Grace may refer to:


United States

  • Grace, Idaho, a city
  • Grace (CTA station), Chicago Transit Authority's Howard Line, Illinois
  • Grace, Kentucky, an unincorporated community
  • Grace, Carroll County, Missouri, an unincorporated community
  • Grace, Laclede County, Missouri, an unincorporated community
  • Grace, Mississippi, an unincorporated community
  • Grace, Montana, an unincorporated community
  • Grace, Hampshire County, West Virginia
  • Grace, Roane County, West Virginia
  • Grace, West Virginia (disambiguation)


  • Grace (crater on Venus), see List of craters on Venus
  • Grace (lunar crater), on the Moon
  • Grace Gates, Lord's Cricket Ground in England

    People with the name

  • Grace (given name), a feminine name, including a list of people and fictional characters
  • Grace (surname), a surname, including a list of people with the name
  • Mononymous people:
  • Grace (Australian singer) (born 1997)
  • Grace (Canadian singer) (fl. 2006–2012)

    Religious theory and practice

  • Grace (prayer), a prayer of thanksgiving said before or after a meal
  • Theology:
  • Divine grace, a theological term present in many religions
  • Grace in Christianity, the benevolence shown by God toward humankind

    Institutions so named

  • Grace Cathedral (disambiguation)
  • Grace Church (disambiguation)
  • Grace Christian College, Quezon City, Philippines
  • Grace Christian High School
  • U.S. Colleges:
  • Grace Bible College, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Grace College & Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana
  • Grace University, Omaha, Nebraska

    Arts, entertainment, and media


  • Grace (2009 film), a 2009 horror film
  • Grace (2014 film), a 2014 drama film starring Annika Marks


  • Grace (play), a 2006 play by Mick Gordon and A. C. Grayling
  • "Grace" (short story), a 1914 short story by James Joyce from Dubliners
  • Grace, 2008 play by Sophie Dingemans about Grace Oakeshott



  • Grace by Grace Kelly (musician), 2011
  • Grace, by Margaret Becker, 1995
  • Grace (Ketil Bjørnstad album), 2001
  • Grace (Jeff Buckley album), 1994
  • Grace (Mandy Capristo album), 2012
  • Grace (Simon Webbe album), 2006
  • Grace (Lee Soo Young album), 2006
  • Grace, by Tribes of Neurot, 1999
  • Grace, by Wild Strawberries, 1991


  • "Grace" (Apocalyptica song), 2007
  • "Grace" (Jeff Buckley song), 1994
  • "Grace" (Lewis Capaldi song), 2018
  • "Grace" (Ed Kowalczyk song), 2010
  • "Grace" (Miss Kittin song), 2008
  • "Grace" (Supergrass song), a 2002
  • "Grace" (U2 song), 2000
  • "Grace" (The View song), 2011
  • "Grace" (Simon Webbe song), 2007
  • "Grace" (Phil Wickham song), 2006
  • "Grace" (Will Young song), 2008
  • "Grace", a 1967 song by rock band Country Joe and the Fish, from Electric Music for the Mind and Body
  • "Grace", a 2018 song by Bebe Rexha from the album Expectations
  • "Grace", a 2009 song by Lamb of God from the album Wrath
  • "Grace", a 2011 song by Nerina Pallot, from Year of the Wolf
  • "Grace", a 2008 song by Parachute Band from the album Technicolor (album)
  • "Grace", a 1998 song by Robbie Williams from I've Been Expecting You
  • "Grace", an Irish ballad about Grace Gifford

    Other uses in music

  • Grace (band), a 1990s dance music group
  • Grace note, a kind of music notation
  • The Grace (group), a South Korean girl group


  • "Grace" (Falling Skies), a 2011 episode of the science fiction drama Falling Skies
  • "Grace" (Homeland), a 2011 episode of the TV series Homeland
  • "Grace" (Skins), a 2011 episode of the UK TV series Skins
  • "Grace" (Stargate SG-1), a 2004 episode of the TV series Stargate SG-1

    Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media

  • Grace (comics), a list of comics that use the name Grace
  • Grace (photograph), the Minnesota state photograph
  • Le Bénédicité (Grace), a painting by Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin

    Brands and enterprises

  • Grace (food company), the brand name for Grace Kennedy Limited, a Caribbean food company
  • Grace (restaurant), a restaurant in Chicago, Illinois
  • Grace Bio-Labs, supplier of pharmaceutical, biomedical, and biochemical research products, Bend, Oregon, U.S.
  • W. R. Grace and Company, a United States-based chemical conglomerate


  • Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment (a.k.a. GRACE), a Virginia organization formed to assist evangelical groups in confronting sexual abuse
  • Grass Roots Art and Community Effort (GRACE), American non-profit organization


  • Grace (1811 ship), a ship destroyed by fire in Struys Bay, South Africa in 1822
  • Grace, the American codename for the Aichi B7A, a World War II Japanese bomber aircraft
  • Honda Grace, Japanese name for the Honda City, a compact car
  • Hyundai Grace, a minivan built by Hyundai Motor Company
  • , a Panamanian coastal tanker, launched 1941
  • Grace 1, an Iranian oil tanker seized by the UK off Gibraltar during the 2019–20 Persian Gulf crisis

    Other uses

  • Grace (plotting tool), software
  • Grace (style), a form of address
  • Grace period, extra time to fulfill an obligation
  • Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment, a joint mission of NASA and the German Aerospace Center launched in 2002