Sophia, Grace, and Kevin find themselves contemplating the future in their separate scenes. Sophia takes in the picturesque scene looking at the mansion from afar. Grace sits on her bed in deep thought. Kevin considers Charity’s conversation with Carlton and Wanda as she explains her trauma away as he ease drops. Charity and Kevin try to navigate through their marriage in lieu of what Kevin revealed. Charity has concluded that Kevin cannot explain it away and has to face his true identity. Disregarding doctor’s orders, Charity performs her solo in church. Later, she asks Kevin to give her space and time for the sake of the twins.
Bishop Greenleaf visits Robert in jail. Robert is requesting that Bishop Greenleaf acts as a character witness in his upcoming sentencing hearing. Robert warns Bishop Greenleaf that with his incarceration and assets frozen Henry McCready will not keep quiet for long. Bishop Greenleaf refuses to mock the memory of Faith by making Robert shine and damns him to hell. When Robert is unable to get Bishop Greenleaf to comply and Danielle Turner still expecting to testify, Robert’s lawyer makes a suggestion to make a deal with the District Attorney.
Grace discusses her options with Michael Carpenter. She tries to determine if she returns to Phoenix with Sophia would that help or hurt her chances to bring Sophia back to Memphis. She is interrupted by Noah who informs her that Henry McCready is in the church conference room. Henry McCready tells Grace that she must assume the responsibilities of taking care of him now that Robert is incarcerated. Grace learns that Henry is terminally ill and needs hospice care. Grace works with Kevin to ensure Henry is placed in a convalescent home and is comfortable.
Grace returns to Mavis’ Beale Street Blues Bar notifying Mavis that the McCready patriarch is dying. Mavis realizes that is why she has been receiving calls from him. Mavis inquired about how Grace learned Henry’s illness. Grace explained that Henry came by the church. Mavis asked Grace if this meant that she was remaining in Memphis and Grace responded, “Yes.” Grace endeavors to reassure Mavis that she will be fine. Sadden by Grace’s decision to stay, Mavis recounts a time when Bishop Greenleaf was simply James Greenleaf. Mavis expresses her sorrow for leading Grace down this path that leads her back to the pulpit. Grace tries to get Mavis to visit with Henry McCready, but Mavis declines.
Henry expresses his dying wish to see both of his girls. Grace responds honestly that it probably was not going to happen. Henry reveals that no one truly cared for him. What appeared to be Robert’s benevolence towards his father was actually Robert’s buying Henry’s silence. Grace presses her grandfather to divulge what he knows. Henry gives an account about the fire at the First Baptist Church with the caretaker in the basement was not an accident. This implies that Bishop Greenleaf was potentially involved in an arson and possibly a murder. Robert used this information to blackmail Bishop Greenleaf.
Pastor Basie Skanks has plans to build a $40 million Christian Community Center directly across from Calvary Fellowship World Ministries. This is the same property that Bishop Greenleaf had a prior interest in purchasing for a pool and community center. Pastor Skanks uses “God’s will” argument with Jacob to persuade him to run the facility. As Kerissa weighs in on the opportunity, she tries to identify a place for herself in this Christian Community Center. Kerissa asks Jacob to make and inquiry to see if Pastor Skanks would be interested in having a school a part of the Christian Community Center. Jacob leery of Kerissa’s intentions asks if she was concerned about Alexa. Kerissa response that she thinks it would be fun for them to work together. Apprehensive about how this may impact his father and Calvary, Jacob has a conversation with his father about it. A unconcerned Bishop Greenleaf, tells Jacob to following Pastor Skanks plans and be his eyes and ears.
Lady Mae presents her sermon on the “Virtuous Women” at the Annual Women’s Day Conference. Her sermon was designed to buy the acceptance and support of the women in Calvary to be the interim pastor. Instead, as she is preaching about the strength of the “Virtuous Women” the crowd begins to cheer Grace and not her. She attempts to look supportive by joining the others in clapping for Grace. Isabel does attend the conference. After the conference, Isabel is greeted by Noah with flowers in his hands. She informs him that she has a hotel room and they go to get re-acquainted.
Lady Mae urges Bishop Greenleaf to speak with Grace after how the conference attendees responded to Grace receiving her as the “Virtuous Woman” that will deliver Calvary. As Grace quibbles about remaining in Memphis or moving back to Phoenix to be close to Sophia, Bishop Greenleaf informs Grace that he is suffering from Parkinson’s disease. He attempts to reassure Grace telling her not to worry as his treatment plan is effective. He acknowledges the inevitability of having to retire from the pulpit making his plea for Grace to carry the torch. Grace appeals to her father about having Jacob return. Bishop Greenleaf refuses stating that Jacob has to find his own way and it is about her. Bishop Greenleaf believes that if Grace returns to her post that the war between her and her mother will end. Grace decides to stay to honor her father’s request.
Grace ascends the pulpit once again. The church is relatively full compared to previous services. Before she begins to preach, Grace is very openly and honestly addresses the sexual molestation scandal to the dismay of her parents. She initiates a moment of silence for Robert’s victims including Faith and for those who know about abuse but refuse to speak out. Lady Mae reached across to Bishop Greenleaf for comfort as the congregation reacts to hearing that Faith was a victim. Grace continues by encouraging people to break their silence when others are suffering. Grace emotionally admits that there is nothing that anyone can say to explain, honor, or grieve it adequately but God. After the moment of silence, Grace asked the congregation are they ready for a new thing. They respond by cheering and clapping.
Lady Mae enters the Beale Street Blues Bar to confront Mavis about her role in her ruin. A heated exchange between the sisters ensues. Lady Mae blames Mavis and Grace for executing their righteous indignation upon the Greenleaf household. Mavis refusing to be Lady Mae’s scapegoat fires backs at Lady Mae regarding her refusal to accept accountability, her failure to protect Faith, and her unwillingness to see Robert as a sexual predator. Mavis orders Lady Mae out of the bar instructing her only to come back when she is willing to face the truth. Lady Mae leaves.
Ray returns for Sophia and the family says their goodbyes. The other family members had filed back into the mansion except for Grace. Grace spots an unmarked car and a police car approaching the mansion. Robert exits out of the unmarked car and begins his ascension to the mansion doors. Grace looks directly at Robert and asks, “What are you doing here?” Robert glares at her with a smirk on his face and continues to climb the stairs. Lady Mae meets Robert at the top of the stairs attempting to block entry. Robert kisses her on the cheek and nudged her to the side as he enters the mansion with the police.