Grace and peace in the name of Jesus Christ!




The Place of Refuge, located at

800 Robinson Rd, Gastonia, NC.

At Grace Anglican, we worship our Lord Jesus using worship services from the Book of Common Prayer. As the name suggests, this book is full of written prayers and services that we use. In the video, Father Jeremiah explains why it is so important for us to use written prayers in our worship together, but also in our private devotional lives.

We are a growing church in Gaston County, inviting all believers to come worship with us. We are a multigenerational church with a blended-style of worship who also follow forms of prayers and scripture readings that come out of the ancient church and the English Reformation.

We are reaching out to those who do not have a church family, those seeking an alternative in the Anglican tradition by standing  on the truth of Scripture, as well as those who do not presently worship in a church.

Click here or on the email link at the bottom of any page if you have any questions about us and our church.




During the late summer and fall, Grace Anglican got together a few times. We had a pool party, a men’s dinner, as well as a night of questions and answers called Ask a Pastor, co-hosted with Pastor Joseph Taber of the Presbyterian Church of Lowell.

Click here to see pictures from these events and more!

We are a proud member of the Diocese of the Carolinas within the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). Find out more by subscribing to our diocesan newsletter here.

You can find the ACNA on Twitter and Facebook.

The Diocese of the Carolinas is also on Facebook.