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CHRIST'S PRESENCE
FOR ALL PEOPLE

AN OUTWARD AND VISIBLE SIGN OF

We're open for

Mass at 10!

NOTICES

Please note that there will be no Evensong on Sunday 19 June 2022. 

Choral Evensong will be offered 10 July 2022.

WEEKLY SERVICES
UPDATES

COVID-19 UPDATE: Grace & St. Peter's Church is once again OPEN to in-person worship! There is one Mass on Sunday at 10:00 AM  and a Mass on Wednesday evening at 6 PM.

Services will still be live-streamed every Sunday at 10:00 AM and Wednesday at 6:00 PM on Facebook Live. Worshippers do not need a Facebook account to attend these online services.

SUNDAYS

10:00 AM Sung Mass: OPEN, in-person

5:00 PM Choral Evensong: OPEN, in-person

(on third Sundays, October through June

(Also on Facebook Live)
 

Temporarily Suspended

7:45 AM Matins
8:00 AM Low Mass
9:30 AM Confessions
10:00 AM Solemn High Mass 

WEEKDAYS

TUESDAYS: Temporarily Suspended

5:40 PM Evening Prayer

6:00 PM Low Mass
 

WEDNESDAYS: OPEN, in-person

6:00 PM Low Mass

(Also on Facebook Live)

You can watch one of our recent online Low Masses

GRACE & ST. PETER'S CHURCH

exists to glorify God and to worship him on a daily basis by being an outward and visible sign of Christ’s presence for all people through Anglo-Catholic worship, preaching, teaching, and music.

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WORSHIP

Worship is at the heart of what we do at Grace & St. Peter's. For more than 150 years, we've been home to a rich tradition of music, preaching, and Anglo-Catholic liturgy.

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ART & ARCHITECTURE

Built in 1852, altered, enlarged, and richly decorated across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, G&SP is an architectural gem in the city of Baltimore.

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OUR HISTORY

Grace & St. Peter's history begins in 1802, and follows two very different parishes across the nineteenth century. Read here for more information about our story.

WELCOME!
 

Read a letter of introduction from our

Rector, The Rev. Christopher Pyles