Two new Bible classes have launched in for kids ages 7 to 10 and for adults! Join us Sundays at 9:30 am for these special offerings that are a key part of the Grace Church experience.


Church History Adult Bible Class – 9:30 am Sundays
This 13-week class retells stories of how Christ is building his church. Hear of the gospel’s advance in

  • the early church,
  • the Middle Ages,
  • the Reformation,
  • the English Reformation,
  • the Great Awakening,
  • and the 21st century.

Along the way, learn about key Christian doctrines and how the church has guarded the core set of Christian beliefs known as orthodoxy. Bring your questions for this interactive class! Let’s grow together in the Christian faith!


Children’s Bible Class for Ages 7-10 – 9:30 am Sundays
Drop your children off ages 7 to 10 for  Children’s Bible Class while you go attend the 9:30 am Adult Bible Class. Your kids will hear a lesson from The Gospel Project which traces God’s redemption plan through the Bible at a level your kids can understand. Please arrive prior to 9:30 am to check in your children in the library where the class meets.

Why say no to breakfast and fellowship? Come enjoy breakfast with other men of Grace Church and hear Paul Thompson share the compelling story of his time in the U.S. Navy and how God led him to believe in Jesus Christ. Sign up here at the City to bring a dish or help setup/teardown.
Time: 9:15-10:15 am

When: Sunday, July 27, 2014

Where: In the 4-6 year olds GraceKids area

Not on The City? Request an invite here.


A Motley Cast of Characters

This spring and summer at Grace Church of Alexandria, we’re entering a new 10:30 am sermon series entitled Judges: {Un}Faithful. You’ll encounter with us some of the most surprising characters you’ll ever find in the Bible. A left-handed assassin. A warrior-poet and woman who led Israel in a crisis. An army that doesn’t carry weapons into battle. A long-haired, supernaturally-empowered warrior with a total lack of control.

Highly Relevant For Today

This cast of heroes and villains will teach us a host of lessons:

  • Culture: Living for God in a worldly culture on a downward slide in its sexual ethics;
  • Marriage: How to embrace the biblical role in marriage God has given you as a husband or wife;
  • Leadership: Principles for effective leadership at work, church, and home;
  • Growth: a reminder to work with the Spirit in rooting out sin in your heart;
  • Grace: the depth of God’s faithfulness to broken, spiritually-weak people like us.

I’m excited about this 20 week journey we’ll share together. Come, join us on Sundays at 10:30 am for a look at this fascinating book of Scripture.

Are you wondering why Christians worship Jesus of Nazareth? Do you have questions you’ve been wanting to ask about the credibility of the Christian faith or reliability of the Bible? As Lead Pastor, I invite you to contact our church, for we’d be glad to share the core message about Jesus Christ and answer your questions in a short discussion study called Christianity Explained

Christianity Explained
We’d be delighted to introduce you to the message of Jesus in six brief discussion studies in the Gospel of Mark, a biography of Jesus in the Bible. One of our thoughtful, listening members and the booklet shown below, Christianity Explained, will be your guide. You are welcome to ask any questions that you have, and no question is too threatening, or off-the wall. Jesus made staggering truth claims and issued incredible promises to his followers. We’d like to show you what he said, and give you a comfortable atmosphere to think through those claims and promises for yourself.

Interested in going through Christianity Explained? Contact me at 703.639.4077 (press 4 to reach the pastoral staff) or email the church here. Please also come join us for Sunday services at 10:30 am in April as we consider who Jesus is and what’s the big deal about him.


The Story
In addition, here is a visual explanation of the gospel, the good news of the person and work of Jesus Christ, that has changed our lives. It’s called “The Story” and it tells how you can find peace with God and enter into an everlasting relationship with him!


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Join us Sundays in April, especially Easter Sunday April 20, as we explore together what Christianity is all about.

9:30 am Adult Bible Class – Sitting in the Ashes with Job: The Book of Job
10:30 am Worship Service – Jesus Messiah–The Gospel of Matthew


To the good folks of Grace Church of Alexandria, Pastor Garrett Lee summed up so well how your pastors feel about you:


We pastors (Jonathan, Garrett, and Ron) are grateful for you–the congregation–which we are privileged to shepherd and serve.

Sitting In the Ashes With Job

How would you respond if on one day you lost your health, your wealth and your family? You would wonder “Why did this happen to me?” “Where is God in the midst of this tragedy?” “What have I done to deserve this? This is precisely what happened to a faithful believer named Job, as recorded in the oldest book of the Bible.

Join us Sundays at 9:30 a.m. for Sitting in the Ashes With Job as we learn from the life and book of Job, starting March 16, 2014. This Adult Bible Class is an invitation to wrestle together with hard questions about life, suffering, friendship, and God’s character. Learn how to understand and interpret this book, and find hope when bad things happen.

Also, check out this stunning film and book on Job written by John Piper and illustrated by Chris Koelle. We’ll be showing this film toward the end of the 6 week class.


9:30 am Adult Bible Class at Grace Church of Alexandria

March 16 – Sitting in the Ashes With Job
March 23 – 9:15 am Men’s Breakfast and Adult Bible Class.
A special discussion for men about our relationship with Christ and how it fuels our fight for sexual integrity.
March 30 – Sitting in the Ashes With Job
April 6 – Sitting in the Ashes With Job
April 13 – Sitting in the Ashes With Job
April 20 – Sitting in the Ashes With Job
April 27 – Sitting in the Ashes With Job.





Join us Sundays at 9:30 am at Grace Church of Alexandria for an engaging, discussion-oriented class about how to share the gospel with Muslims, and really, anyone who holds different values than you.

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On Sunday December 29, Grace Church is worshiping at an alternate location. Join us at the Frost home near Old Town Alexandria for worship this Sunday at 10:30 am. In January, we’ll return to our regular meeting place–Samuel W. Tucker Elementary School.

Where: The Frost home
624 Kings Cloister Circle, Alexandria, Virginia 22302

When: 10:30 am
Sunday December 29, 2013

What: A relaxed Sunday worship service in a home
A carol sing, testimonies, a Christmas-themed Bible study, & light refreshments

Childcare is provided for kids ages 0 to 3. Kids older than this can join us in the service.

Park in the Frost’s driveway or anywhere along Kings Cloister Circle.

Call the church at 703.639.4077 or email us here.

Parents, the Gospel Project For Kids Family App allows you to reinforce Sunday’s GraceKids lesson with your kids during the week! Download this free iPad and iPhone app here, or search for “Gospel Project for Kids Family App” in the App Store.


The app is free. You can purchase individual lessons which go along with exactly what your children were taught in GraceKids this week. Every Sunday order of worship at Grace Church lists the lesson and unit the kids are being taught during the service. Each download includes an introduction and five-day calendar filled with simple family activities and links to Bible story and discussion videos, key passage songs, and fun games. If your kids are sick or traveling, you can use this app at home so your kids don’t miss a thing!

Questions? See Pastor Garrett Lee.