Church Council

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President

David Dasenbrock

Vice President

Eric Buus

Treasurer, Asst. Treasurer, Financial Secretary

Ray Guethler, Ellen Phipps, David Lawson

Secretary

Diana Schlauch

Head Elder

John Zindorf

Christian Resource & Fellowship

Meghan Lawson

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Mission Board

Tom Litchford

Property Chair

John Zindorf

Stewardship Chair

Ray Schlauch

Worship Board

Paul Buelow

Christian Education

Dan Belt

Pastor Brian

Historical Highlights of St. Paul

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September 14, 1952

First organization meeting-42 present.  

Sunday afternoon services scheduled.  

St. Paul, Annapolis, a mission under taking of St. Paul's Glen Burnie.

September 1953

Vicar C. Querbach of Detroit, MI, began regular duties at Annapolis.

Church party was organized

Worship service held in Annapolis Recreation Center auditorium.

July 1, 1954

Board of Missions and Church Extension of the Southeastern District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod assumes responsibility for the Annapolis Mission

August 1, 1954

Rev. Nau ordained and installed as Pastor of St. Paul, Annapolis

April 14, 1955

Rogers Heights property purchased as site for new church edifice

October 7, 1956

Ground broken for new edifice

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January 27, 1957

Cornerstone laid for new edifice

June 2, 1957

Dedication of new church

Lutherans Are...

Lutherans are “good news” people

We believe that by grace God has given us salvation through Jesus Christ. It is this “good news” of God’s inclusive love that is to be proclaimed to all people.

Lutherans are “concerned” people

We believe that everyone is important and the whole person is precious in the sight of God. Poverty, injustice, racism, hunger…all these are forms of evil which need to be changed by people committed to the “good news” of God acting through Jesus Christ in our world.

Lutherans are “forward-looking” people

We believe that our Lord is coming again; but, while we wait for his return, we are to love God and our neighbors as ourselves.