About Grace Church

Grace Episcopal Church, Georgetown, was founded to serve the laborers, craftsmen, shopkeepers, and watermen of the Georgetown waterfront. By 1857 regular services were being held in a wooden chapel that stood in the southwest corner of the churchyard, where the World War I memorial cross now stands.

Today, 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.

We hope you will spend some time with us, explore our history, and learn more about our interim rector, Fr. Rick Miles, staff, and vestry.