Welcome to Grace Church!

Annual Parish Meeting

Sunday, November 17 following the 10:30 service
Click here to read annual reports from Grace’s many ministries.


Congregation-based Winter Shelter sojourns at Grace

Grace Church again opens its doors for the Georgetown Ministry Center’s
Congregation-based Winter Shelter.
Grace will host the first two weeks,

November 3 – 17

In past years, Grace parishioners and friends
have been tremendously generous with their contributions.
We will need breakfast food, suppers, snacks,
and friendly faces to engage with the guests during dinner.
If you’re able to help out in any way, please
click here
to sign up.
Contact Rev. Sarah Motley, the shelter coordinator, with questions:
More information about the shelter’s history and special ministry can be found on the
outreach page
of this website.


Stewardship Season

  • Consider supporting Grace’s many ministries:
    Service and Witness, in the Georgetown Community and beyond
    Worship, Simple and Reverent
    Education and Formation, for Children, Youth and Adults
    The Arts, from Bach to Blues and beyond
    Building Community, within and without the Gates of Grace

  • To make a pledge
    – weekly or monthly –
    email Stewardship Committee chair Rick Elgendy:

    Click here to read Rick’s
    Stewardship Sunday Sermon

  • To make a one-time donation,
    see “Give to Grace” at the top right of this page.


Sunday Service Schedule
(September through May)

8:30 a.m. Spoken Eucharist

Adult Forum: 9:35 a.m. in the Parish Hall

10:30 a.m. Eucharist with Hymns
During 10:30 Service:
Christian Formation (Sunday School) for Children and Youth

5 p.m. Evening Eucharist


Hallmarks of Grace

Grace Episcopal Church is a friendly congregation marked by a commitment to service and witness in our community, the arts of all kinds, especially music, with offerings ranging from blues to Bach; simple but reverent worshipeducation and formation for children and adults alike, with wide-ranging conversations about faith and life; and building community both within and without the church’s walls and the gates opening onto its grounds.

True to its history (which you can read more about here), Grace Church is committed to not only continuing its outreach program to the disenfranchised of the community, but also to providing a spiritual refuge for everyone living and working in the Georgetown area regardless of their religious affiliation.

Visitors to Grace find a warm welcome, wonderful music, and a heartfelt faith. Join us for a service, an event, or just moment of quiet during your day.

Sunday Schedule (June through August)

  • 8:30 a.m. Spoken Eucharist
  • 10:00 a.m. Eucharist with Hymns
  • 6 p.m. Evening Eucharist
  • [No Adult Forum during the summer]