Grace and Bishop

Episode 13: “What Are You Doing Here?”

Deacon Sykes is not sold on the idea of Lady Mae preaching at Women's Day. Basie Skanks reveals that he wants Jacob to run Triumph's new community center, which will be built very near Calvary. Finally, Lady Mae confronts her sister, Mavis. 
Lady Mae and Kevin

Episode 12: “Veni, Vidi, Vici”

Grace, Ray and Sophia go to court for a custody hearing, while Basie Skanks, the bishop and Jacob meet to discuss an opportunity at Basie's church, Triumph.
Men Like Trees Walking

Episode 11: “Men Like Trees Walking”

The church, beset on all sides by scandal, is hemorrhaging money and members. Meanwhile, Ray takes Grace to court for custody of Sophia, and Jacob's offers to help at Calvary are declined. Plus, Kevin begins getting closer to Adrian.

Episode 10: “March to the Sea”

Mac's attempt to blackmail the bishop is thwarted by Grace. Then, Grace has to deal with Sophia's father, Ray, who has doubts about Grace's parenting.
Uncle Mac and Lady Mae

Episode 9: “The Broken Road”

Following the shooting of Memphis police Officer David Nelson, a debate erupts about security at Calvary Fellowship World Ministries. Meanwhile, Charity confronts Kevin for being glued to his phone and disengaged, and Mac plans to leave the country, which sets off a chain of events with potentially catastrophic consequences.
Lady Mae and Grace

Episode 8: “The Whole Book”

A firestorm of public controversy erupts when a grand jury declines to press charges against Memphis police Officer David Nelson.
Uncle Mac

Episode 7: “One Train May Hide Another”

On the day he's set to receive the Memphis Man of the Year award, Mac juggles a variety of tasks for the Greenleaf clan both in his capacity as chief counsel and as a family member, including advising Charity about the new music director she wants to hire and assisting Jacob with the details of his television pitch to the bishop.
Grace Greenleaf

Episode 6: “Good Morning, Calvary”

Despite protestations from both Grace and Lady Mae, the bishop appoints Grace to preach on Sunday in his absence, forcing her to deal with her conflicted feelings about returning to the pulpit.
Grace "Gigi" Greenleaf

Episode 5: “Meaningful Survival”

When members of the church reach out for prayers for their terminally ill child, Grace Greenleaf and Bishop James Greenleaf find themselves with opposing views on the value of hope and the responsibilities of a pastor.
Bishop James Greenleaf

Episode 4: “Behind Closed Doors”

The mayor asks the bishop to take a controversial stance and publicly support a police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager. Meanwhile, Grace's daughter, Sophia, sneaks out to a protest in support of the young victim.