Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 22

7:00pm: Thanksgiving Eve Service

Sunday, November 26: ONE Service at 9:30am

9:30am: join us for ONE Service to celebrate Christ the King Sunday


Christ the King Sunday. Christ the King is the last Sunday of the season of Pentecost and of the church year. This day completes the Christian journey through the life of Jesus Christ on earth and in heaven which began with the preparation for the birth of Jesus in Advent.

Wednesday, December 6

6:00pm: Soup & Salad Supper (FREE)


7:00pm: Midweek Advent Service

Sunday, December 10: ONE Service at 9:30am

We will gather to worship at 9:30am followed by our Fall Voters Assembly Meeting.

Wednesday, December 13 & 20

6:00pm: Soup & Salad Supper (FREE)


7:00pm: Midweek Advent Service

Thursday, December 14

6:00pm-8:00pm: LIVE NATIVITY!

                                                         

Our 13th Annual Live Nativity will come to life on Thursday, December 14, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  This event features fun, fellowship, refreshments, and a children's activity in Luther Hall.  Also, there will be gift bags given out.  Once again, there will be live animals on display!  Please join us for this very meaningful event and keep Christ in Christmas.

Welcome!

Greetings to you in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ!


Whether you have found our church website because you are looking for a church home, or you are on vacation and want to worship while away, or you were simply surfing the Net, we are thankful that the God has led you here today!


At Saint Paul Lutheran Church, we believe that God still speaks.  He did not leave us alone after He created the world and everything in it.  Instead, He continues to show us how He desires to save us and preserve the whole world from all of the trouble it has fallen into.


And never has God revealed Himself more clearly than when He revealed Himself as Jesus Christ!  Through the Jesus’ “life work” – most especially His death on the cross and then rising to live again – we have been freed from the terrible cycle of sin, sickness and death.  At Saint Paul, we give thanks and sing praise to God for sending Jesus to save us!  That is why we call Jesus our Savior and Lord!


Even though “the world as we know it” will come to an end one day, God keeps us safe forever.  In the end, we will be fully free of sin, sickness and death.  This is God’s promise to everyone He calls to follow Jesus!  That is His promise to you, too!  Come join us on Sunday as we hear Him speak!


-Pastor Brian

Mission Statement

Knowing Christ!


Loving Christ!


Serving Christ!


Our Mission

  • To Worship God
  • To Serve His name by serving others
  • To bring the Good News of Christ to the people of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County
  • To Share with all people the fellowship of being in Jesus Christ

Our Vision

We see ourselves as a growing congregation, centered on a traditional Lutheran celebration each Sunday of Word and Sacrament, proclaiming the love of God in Christ Jesus to our community and our world, as we respond to God’s love with lives of praise and joyful service. You are invited to come and share with us as we grow!

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Better yet, see us in person!

Sunday Services: 8:00am, 10:30am (traditional)

Sunday School: 9:15am

Wednesday Bible Study: 10:00am-11:30am

St. Paul Lutheran Church

31 Rowe Blvd, Annapolis, MD 21401

(410) 268-2400