A Message from Father Pickett+

There is a reason you feel so burned out. There is an answer to the questions you seek. We are bombarded in our lives by false solutions. They are snappy and sparkly, but they are hollow too. We think that life would be better if we made a little more money, lived in that bigger house, or had just a few more breaks go our way. But what you need is respite. Take a deep breath and join us in prayer and thanksgiving every Sunday. 

Welcome to Grace Episcopal Church!

We are a church for all people. If you seek a church with a cultural or political identity. A church where every person looks like you, thinks like you, and votes like you. We are not the place. Our identity is in common prayer and a common mission. Our services are based on The Book of Common Prayer and bond us with our Christian brothers and sisters around the globe. We strive to hear God revealed in Holy Scripture and the splendor of creation. We seek to answer God's call by serving the people of our community and the world.

The Episcopal Church The Book of Common Prayer
The Anglican Communion
Grace Church and the Upper Diocese of South Carolina are members of the Anglican Communion

The Anglican Communion is the gathering of Anglican and Episcopal churches from around the world. Today, the Anglican Communion comprises more than 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches in more than 160 countries.

The Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican Communion and is composed of 108 dioceses in 22 nations and territories.

At the head of the Anglican Communion is the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.