Come worship with us:
Maundy Thursday, March 29th, 7pm.
Good Friday, March 30th, 7:30pm at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,
805 S. York Street, Gastonia.
Easter Sunday, April 1st, 10am.

Bless the Lord who forgives all our sins,

His mercy endures forever!




The Place of Refuge, located at 800 Robinson Rd, Gastonia, NC.

We have entered the season of Lent, one that is about reflection on our need for Jesus Christ as our Redeemer. Lent is often simply associated with fasting from things like chocolate and caffeine, but it so much more. It is about drawing near to Christ through disciplining ourselves to reflect on Him in our everyday lives.

Therefore, we are spending the season of Lent in a brief series on the 10 Commandments. Through this, we hope to see how they lead us away from temptation and show us the areas where we need the Holy Spirit's continual work of renewal. The commandments are God's means of convicting us of our sin that we might more clearly see Jesus' forgiveness in our everyday lives. Let us together, therefore, acclaim:

Bless the Lord who forgives all our sins,

His mercy endures forever!



Grace Anglican's bishop visited us recently to baptize and confirm new members of our church. It was a wonderful time for all! Bishop David was also gifted a wonderful ornament from the children of the church. It was a good time to have our bishop visit and spend time with us.

Click here to see a few photos from this event and others at Grace Anglican. 

Grace Anglican Church is a growing congregation in Gaston County, inviting all believers to come worship with us. We are a multigenerational church who worship with both traditional and modern songs and follow forms of prayers and scripture readings that come out of the ancient church and the English Reformation.

 If you are seeking a church family, looking for an alternative in the Anglican tradition that stands on the truth of Scripture, or have never been a regular worshipper in church, come, visit, and taste and see that the Lord is good!

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

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.

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