• Pentecost - Drive In Worship Service, May 31 - 10 AM


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Worship Opportunities — Pentecost — Sunday, May 31, 2020

Drive In Service – 10AM

Please join us on Sunday, May 31, 2020, for a Drive In Worship Service in the parking lot of St. Paul led by our visiting pastor, Rev. J. Thomas Foelber.   Please see important service details in advance for information such as the traffic flow, bulletin/order of worship, unavailability of restrooms, etc.

For those St. Paul members (and perhaps others) who desire to make an offering to further the work of God at St. Paul, please visit our Offerings: Ways to Give page.

Online Service

We hope to videorecord the outdoor Drive In worship service for members who are unable to attend. If all goes according to plan we will provide the video of the service later in the day or evening on May 31. Please monitor our media sites (this website, our YouTube channel, or our Facebook page) later that day for further information.  The order of worship is provided here to help you follow along at home.

Please Note:  Activities in the building, including worship services, are cancelled indefinitely. The church and school email and telephone lines remain open. The church elders & council will continue to evaluate weekly as the situation progresses.  Please watch this space and our Facebook page for further updates.

  The following electronic resources may be of help:

Recent Online Services from St. Paul Catonsville

Online Worship Services (Sunday & Mid-Week) from Sister Congregations

Devotions (Online & Podcasts)

Links to Sacred Music, Lutheran Radio, and other Resources

Our school & church families, local community, nation and world remain in our prayers. We encourage you to continue to pray for and serve your neighbors both near and far during this difficult time.

God brings His love to people through the ministry that Jesus established, which is His Church.

St. Paul Lutheran Church is a community gathered around God’s Word and Sacrament, sent to reach the lost, disciple the saved, and care for our neighbors everywhere. We embrace God’s mission to bring the Good News of Jesus’ victory over sin and death to all people and share with them how Jesus has made available a life that never ends. (For more information regarding these teachings, see What We Believe.)

The grace of God and fellowship we have in Jesus Christ is for all.  We invite you to visit and learn more.