Our Sunday Service with Holy Eucharist and music is at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday.
Please join us for worship and fellowship.
Hospitality Hour follows the service.
Lent Evensong March 4, 4:00 p.m.
An Invitation to Evensong
At St. Paul’s, Sunday, March 4, at 4:00 p.m.
Please come and join in Evensong, a distinctly Anglican service that is sung throughout the world. Its origins lie in the pattern of monastic worship, which dates to the earliest form of Christian worship. Archbishop Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556) merged the two monastic services of Vespers and Compline to create the form of the service we are using today. It has been largely unchanged since the introduction of the English Prayer Book of 1549. In this worship the choir and rector serve as the worship leaders. Evensong is different from other forms of worship. It requires worshiping by listening, while the choir and rector offer music and liturgy on behalf of the congregation through the music and lessons. There is no Eucharist. This service is offered to enrich our worship program and does not replace our Sunday morning service.
At the rear of the church there is a open space for our smallest members.
Church front entrance is handi-capped accessible
St. Paul’s Prayer Garden was dedicated in September 2013 in loving memory of
Barbara Larimore, a very beloved parishioner. It is a place to meditate, enjoy God’s presence.
Directions to St. Paul’s
Take Rt. 70 to Woodbine, Exit 73 (Rt. 94) go North on 94 to Old Frederick Rd. go West one mile to church on left at 16457 Old Frederick Rd.
St. Paul’s is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland to learn more about what is going on in the Diocese click here