Thinking about checking out Grace Episcopal Alexandria? If so, you need to know about Alison Campbell, who in 2021 serves as junior warden of the parish. Alison is a liar and a bully, and her behavior is considered acceptable conduct for Grace Episcopal Alexandria.
In 2014, Alison Campbell decided to wade in to a dispute I had with Kelly Gable, who had, inter alia, used her role as an employee of non-profit organization RPJ Housing to takeover my personal Facebook account.
As part of Alison’s effort, she started the passive-aggressive fat/mean girl tricks from her junior high school days, including:
- Trying to stir up the altar guild. of which she was a member, over changes to security in the church.
- Trying to stir up the altar guild by claiming that, as the then junior warden, I should not be in the sacristy. Never mind that the sacristy is not an area of the church restricted to the altar guild, and it requires repairs and maintenance, the same as the rest of the building.
Indeed, at one point Alison demanded access to my personal email account. Needless to say, that didn’t fly.
But she also lied to Elizabeth Legere, claiming to “just be the messenger,” in the issues with the altar guild.
Of course, true to form for Grace Church, even as Alison is playing the childish junior high school fat girl/mean girl games, she has signage in front of her house extolling inclusion, acceptance, etc. But the fact the she finds it necessary to wade in on behalf of Kelly, who among other things falsely claimed I had embezzled from RPJ Housing, speaks volumes to the sad state of Christianity as lived out at Grace Episcopal Alexandria.
Indeed, it is clear that members of the church have no issue with Alison’s childish, hateful behavior, since they elected her junior warden. And I have to wonder what Visa, her employer, thinks of her conduct.
The fact that Grace Church is dying/imploding should come as no surprise with fake Christians like Alison Campbell serving in leadership positions.
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