Charles Henry Pace (August 4, 1886 - December 16, 1963) was an American pioneering gospel composer and musician. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, but his family moved to Chicago in his early teens.
It was there that Pace began studying piano and composing gospel songs and black spirituals for the Beth Eden and Liberty Baptist Churches.
In 1925, Pace formed the influential Pace Jubilee Singers, an early conservative group that recorded Pace’s compositions.
They also recorded sides written by Charles Albert Tindley, and others for the Victor and Brunswick record labels.