The Bishop visits Mac, and Mac asks him to be a character witness at his hearing, threating that he won't have a way to keep paying Henry hush money from jail. The Bishop refuses. Basie Skanks drives Jacob to a plot of land across from Calvary where he intends to build a $40 million community center for Triumph there and says the Lord is calling Jacob to be the face of the organization. Henry comes to Calvary looking for Lady Mae. Noah intercepts him, and Grace learns that Henry is terminally ill. She asks Kevin to help find Henry somewhere to live, and Kevin agrees. Kerissa learns the schools TCAP scores increased suspiciously and Excellence's accreditation will not be renewed until after the board launches an inquiry into suspected cheating in Isabel's class. Lady Mae gives a sermon about "The Virtuous Woman" and the audience misinterprets it as her endorsement of Grace as the interim preacher at Calvary. Grace tells the Bishop she wants to go back to Phoenix with Sophia, but Bishop reveals to her he has Parkinsons and needs her to preach for the summer. Grace agrees. At church, Bishop tells Jacob the Lord's will is for him to be his eyes and ears at Basie's new community center. Grace preaches, asking for a moment of silence for all the victims of sexual abuse in the church. At Greenleaf, Kevin asks Charity to look into a gay conversion therapy, but Charity tells Kevin she needs to take some space and that he should move out for the time being. Grace takes Henry to a Hospice that the church has agreed to pay for. He mourns that his daughters won't come see him before he dies, and he reveals that Mac has been giving him hush money all this time about a church that was intentionally burned down many years ago. Ray arrives at Greenleaf to take Sophia away for the summer. Two police cars arrive at Greenleaf to arrest the Bishop and release Mac on probation.