All Saints’ Parish was founded in 1742 by an act of the Provincial government of Maryland in order to facilitate the spread of the Church of England in western Maryland. The first church was on East All Saints Street. The growing congregation built a new church on North Court Street in 1813. This structure is now the Parish Hall. In 1854, Richard Upjohn, America’s foremost church architect, was commissioned to build the present sanctuary. Listed among the famous churches in America, it represents classic Gothic Revival architecture and features a distinctive ceiling and four different styles of stained glass artistry.
Handicap entrance is in the garden. When facing the church, take the walkway on the right. Once in the garden, use the doors on the left and take the elevator to the 3rd floor to enter the church (or follow signs).
Organ Music for the Season (4PM–5PM)
Maryland Talent Education String Program (5PM–5:30PM)
DescriptionAll Saints Episcopal Church welcomes all visitors to its historic downtown location. All Saints' facilities are more than just a place for worship - they are a place for the community to come together. Several different spaces are available for rent, accommodating anywhere from 10-400. Its Great Hall, built in 2002, is the largest meeting space available for rental in downtown Frederick, seating 200 for meals. We have classroom space, conference rooms, and two reception halls, with reasonable rates for any occasion. If you'd like more information about any of our facilities, please contact Hope Gravning at 301-663-5625.