Who We Are

Discovering life with God for the good of the world

Grace Chapel is a non-denominational, multicultural church that welcome everyone, no matter what your faith background or where you are on your spiritual journey. We believe that life with God doesn't just make our lives better; it makes us better for the world around us.

We began in 1948, when a few families in Lexington, Massachusetts started weekly gatherings in their home for a time of worship, Bible study, and prayer. Since incorporating in 1956, we've grown from a few dozen people in a rented space in Lexington to 4,000 people coming together for Sunday services and midweek programs across five campuses: Lexington, Wilmington, Watertown, East Lexington, and Foxboro.

Our worship services are casual, contemporary, and upbeat (the music at the 9:15am service at our Lexington campus is more traditional). We offer great Sunday morning programs for kids and teens at all of our locations. 

We're a congregationally-led church, and our Annual Meeting is an opportunity for our members to vote on our budget, nominations for church offices, and other aspects of church life. Our elder board, composed of staff and lay leaders, provides leadership and guidance to the ministry efforts of Grace Chapel.

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staff directory board of elders  church governance

What We Believe

The Bible

We believe that the Bible is the final authority in all matters pertaining to Christian faith and practice.

God

We believe there is only one living and true God - perfect, infinite and eternal.

Humanity

We believe that human beings were created by God but we have alienated ourselves from Him and we are in need of reconciliation.

Jesus Christ

We believe that God became man in the person of Jesus Christ and that Jesus Christ is both completely divine and completely human.

Holy Spirit

We believe that the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity and that He empowers us for life and service.

Salvation

We believe that through the gift of Jesus' death on the cross our rebellion can be forgiven, and through repentance and faith in Jesus Christ we can be reconciled to God.

The Church

We believe that the Church is universal and that it is manifested locally through companies of Christ followers, meeting together as the "Bride of Christ."

Ordinances                                                                 

We believe that both Baptism and The Lord's Supper are visible signs of the realities of salvation. We are commanded to observe them, but we do not depend on them for salvation.

Last Things

We believe that Christ will return at God's appointed time.

Articles of Faith