Welcome to Grace! Bienvenido a La Gracia!

To Love, Proclaim, and Serve God through

Amar, Proclamar y Servir a Dios a través de

  • life-giving liturgical worship
  • joyful community
  • empowering others

We live our mission through worship, in which lay adults, children and youth participate alongside our clergy.  Traditional, life-giving Eucharistic liturgy and fine music are hallmarks of worship at our parish, and we have weekly services in both English and Spanish.  We create a joyful community with a harvest of fellowship activities and events for all ages.  We empower and serve others through vital ministries, particularly around feeding the hungry.  Please explore our website to get to know us or, better yet, come visit!

For more information or to be added to our mailing list, please contact us at welcome@gracealex.org.



Webinar — Becoming Beloved Community from an Indigenous Perspective: November 2, 2022 at 1pm ET

At the start of Native American Heritage Month, join panelists who will share about how their ministries—some supported by United Thank Offering grants—help reconnect or restore Indigenous practices within those communities. This webinar is presented by The Episcopal Church Indigenous Ministries Office and the United Thank Offering.

Join to hear stories and discussion of how we can heal historical, environmental, and personal trauma through reconnecting humans to creation. Panelists include:

Forrest Cuch, member of Ute Indian Tribe, former teacher/administrator/tribal planner
Robert Fox, cultural wellness specialist at United Tribes Technical College
The Rev. Bradley Hauff, Indigenous missioner for The Episcopal Church
The Revs. Kurt J. and Ellen B. Huber, superintending presbyters of the Cheyenne River Episcopal Mission
The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton, Indigenous Episcopal priest, vice president of the House of Deputies
Bude VanDyke, Episcopal priest, Cherokee descendant, musician

Click here to read full biographies of the panelists, get further information and to register.