The Lexington Parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Virginia

Growing in the Knowledge of God's Word

Building the Fellowship of the Church

Caring for One Another and the Community

Welcome to R. E. Lee Memorial Church

Sunday Worship Schedule

  Holy Eucharist

8 am and 10:30 am

 Taize' Eucharist
5 pm second Sunday of each month

We welcome you to R. E. Lee Memorial Church! We exclude no one as we seek
the love of God and service to Christ in all persons, strive for justice and peace

among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being.

Thank you for visiting our website and we hope to see you in person soon!

Parish News

Welcome the Rats!

We will have an all-parish breakfast beginning at 8:45 on Rat Sunday, August 30, when we welcome our first-year VMI cadets.

An Invitation from the Worship Committee

The Worship Committee invites you to join them for two sessions to study our worship and music. We will explore liturgical materials from Enriching Our Worship, a book of supplemental liturgies approved by the Episcopal Church, and other resources.  August 30, 9:15, Undercroft

Wonderful Wednesdays begins Wednesday, August 26 at 3:30

Godly Play for children ages 3 to 1st grade and St. Francis Choir for singers 2nd grade and up.


Our Christian Education year with offerings for Children, Youth and Adults begins September 13

Take Flat Jesus with You!
We read in the Bible that Jesus traveled to a lot of places and talked to a lot of people. Take Flat Jesus with you on your summer adventures - to the park, for ice cream or on your vacation! Snap a picture of you and your family with Flat Jesus and e-mail the picture to flatjesus@releechurch.org. You can also share your adventure on Facebook with the hashtag#flatjesus@relee. Flat Jesus has been spotted at the high school and Lylburn Downing graduations, Athens, Greece, the Community Table, riding on a donkey, at Kanuga and at Hot Dog World! Flat Jesus is waiting for you in the Parish Office or you can contact us and we will mail you one! Join in the fun. And remember, Jesus said, “I am with you always, even to the end of the age."


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