Grace Episcopal Church Is A Pretty Place Of Worship In North Carolina
By Melissa Mahoney|Published November 06, 2020
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In 1867, Reverend Jarvis Buxton built a small log chapel in Grace, a community located in Asheville. It was first called “Beaverdam Mission” before it was eventually renamed “Grace Chapel.” It became a popular place to worship during that time. At the turn of the century, money was raised in order to build the larger stone chapel that Grace Church is today.