Ministries

Ministering the Gospel of Grace

Ministries Ministries

About Us

Grace & Peace Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC). To… [more]

About Us About Us

I'm New Here

What to Expect We are a small congregation of about 100 members. We are diverse in age, race, occupation,… [more]

I'm New Here I'm New Here

Worship

When you visit with us, you will be joining with us in the most important of all human activities: the… [more]

Worship Worship

Music

There are many ways to be involved in Music Ministries at Grace and Peace! We welcome the contributions… [more]

Music Music

History

Our immediate historical roots are in the Reformation of the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th Century.

History History

Faith Comes from Hearing

Questions from the Westminster Shorter Catechism – on the reading and preaching of God’s Word

Faith Comes from Hearing Faith Comes from Hearing

Choirs

Learn more about choirs and music ...

Choirs Choirs

Welcome to Grace & Peace Presbyterian Church

We are a reformed Presbyterian church which seeks to worship God in continuity with the historic church. We welcome all who want to grow and mature in faith. Our worship is rooted in the church’s earliest beliefs and practices. We seek to submit to God’s Word in all things.

Worship Location and Time

We are located in California, MD, at 22646 Benswood Road, just off the north side of MD Route 4, and 1/4 mile west of the Indian Bridge Road intersection. Click for map.

Sunday morning worship service: 10:00 ~ 11:30 AM
Fellowship and Sunday School class for all ages following the service.

Grace and Peace has begun regular evening services! We welcome everyone to attend our evening service at 6 PM each Sunday. The service is simple: Salutation/Call to Worship, Praise in song, Preaching, Closing hymn and Benediction.
If your church has no evening service you are invited to come. You may also hear our preaching each Sunday at 5 pm on WXMD 89.7 FM.

Upcoming Events

Good Friday Service on Friday, April 14 at 7 PM.
Good Friday marks the death of Jesus Christ. It's called ‘good' because of what Jesus' death means for the redemption of the world. Worship this evening focuses on three aims:
(1) to narrate and remember the events of Jesus' death,
(2) to open up the meaning of these events for our understanding of God and the redemption accomplished by the cross, and
(3) to invite worshipers to renewed prayer and dedication.

Celebration of Christ's Resurrection, Sunday, April 16 at 10 AM.

Register now for Deo Adoramus Youth Choir (ages 13 and above)

Register now for Deo Cantamus Children’s Choir (ages 7 to 12)