Father Pitt

Why should the beautiful die?

Grace Anglican Church, Mount Washington

Grace Church tower

Formerly Grace Episcopal Church, this church was built in 1852 and “rebuilt” in 1926, according to the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks plaque. Father Pitt cannot say how much of the old building is left, but it would appear to have been a frame structure, which suggests that the current church was completely new in 1926. Regardless, the design is timeless; as soon as it was put up, it must have looked as if it had been there forever. The architect, again according to the plaque, was J. Stewart, Jr.

These pictures were taken back in October, when there were leaves.

Grace Anglican Church
From the Sycamore Street side
Grace Episcopal Church

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