Grace & St. Peter's Church is a vibrant, friendly, and welcoming community in the heart of Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood. An architectural gem with a rich tradition of professional music and Anglo-Catholic liturgy, G&SP is open for Mass Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.


Grace & St. Peter's is served by dedicated team of clergy and staff, led by The Rev. Christopher V. Pyles, Rector and The Rev. Robert Speer, Priest Associate.


The Vestry of Grace & St. Peter's is a body of laypersons charged with the administration of the church. They are led by Dr. Dante Beretta, Senior Warden


Grace & St. Peter's Church was formed in 1912 by the union of St. Peter's (1802) and Grace Church (1852). By 1936 it was a well-established Anglo-Catholic center.

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Not long after my arrival at Grace & St. Peter’s, a longtime member of the parish remarked to me of his awe at the regenerative power of “this corner,” i.e., Park Avenue and Monument Street, where the church has stood since 1852.  Having worshiped here for generations, he had witnessed the ups and downs of the city, the neighborhood, our parish, and our school. Through it all, in times of tribulation and in times of celebration, Grace & St. Peter’s has endured, and remained faithful to worshiping God in the beauty of holiness.  These days, we are a uniquely diverse parish, rejoicing in our traditions while recognizing the need to look forward to the future God has prepared for us.  Here, we pray in the timeless cadences of Cranmerian English, and offer the Mass with the best ceremonial we can muster, even as we are aware that God makes all things new – even us, transformed through our worship of him in this marvelous place.  I hope you will have the opportunity to visit us here, and be transformed yourself.  May God richly bless you.