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New Members Class


New Beginnings is designed for new members and for those seeking to learn more about the Christian and what God’s Word means for you in your life today. Attendees are encouraged to bring your questions and your curiosity about the faith. For more information about this class in the future, please call the church office at 410-268-2400.

Serving the Church


The backbone of any congregation is its volunteers for they are the priesthood of believers of the parish. There are many opportunities for services here at St. Paul for people of all ages. If you are interested in volunteering for any of the opportunities below or would like more information, please contact the person for each group.

Orphan Grain Train-MD Branch


We offer opportunities for hands-on mission activities!  

Volunteers Needed for Packing/Sorting:

Every Tuesday:  9 - 1 p.m.

2nd Saturday of every month:  9 - 1 p.m.

Donations will be accepted: 

Monday, Tuesday & Thursday  10am - 1pm

Lutheran Mission Society


The mission field is not all overseas. It is also right here, in our own neighborhoods, where people are struggling and hurting and hungering for the wholeness Jesus brings.

This is the call the Lutheran Mission Society heard over 100 years ago, and the call that still drives LMS ministries today — ministering to the needs of the body with food, clothing and shelter; ministering to the needs of the soul with the Good News of Jesus.

Women of St. Paul-LWML


The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) is the official women’s auxiliary of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. For 75 years, the LWML has focused on affirming each woman’s relationship with Christ, encouraging and equipping women to live out their Christian lives in active mission ministries and to support global missions.  Join us for monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month (September-June).  

Take Them a Meal


'Take Them a Meal' simplifies the process for getting meals to anyone who needs assistance (new baby/adoption, illness, loss/grief, moving/new neighbor or any other life event where you might need short-term help with meals.)  Meghan Lawson is the St. Paul program coordinator.  If you would like more information or set up a meal schedule, contact Meghan(

Contemporary Christian Book Club


Our monthly gatherings, which are scheduled for the second Monday of the month, are always informative, interesting and fun!  For a list of the books we will be reading, contact Herm Schmidt (410-263-5529,

Seniors Recognition


Our older members are very active in the life and ministry of the congregation. Every fall we celebrate their leadership and service in a special worship service entitled “Bless the Years."  In this service either an individual or a couple are selected because of their years of their strong Christian role model to receive the “New Life in Christ Award”.

Gracie's Lunchbox


Please help Gracie's Lunchbox distribute lunchboxes to those in need and share the Gospel with the recipient. Consider distributing just ONE lunchbox!

Vacation Bible School


Join us each summer for a week of learning more about God's love for us.  Kids learn God's great love through story, music, snacks, games and more!

Retiree/Senior Luncheon


The luncheon is a joint event between St. Paul and Annapolis Evangelical Lutheran Church held on the fourth Thursday of each month from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM alternating between St. Paul Lutheran and AELC in Edgewater. The catered luncheon is $7.00 a person.