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.

Online Services

If you are not able to join us in person, we encourage you to continue to participate in online worship services, Bible studies and prayer.  Links to St. Paul livestreams and recordings are available on our Online Services page.

For those St. Paul members (and perhaps others) who are not able to worship in person and desire to make an offering to further the work of God at St. Paul, please visit our Offerings: Ways to Give page.

In-Person Services — Important Details

We rejoice that we are able to worship in person!  Worship is at 10AM each Sunday morning. At 8:45AM Sunday School takes place for adults (sanctuary & online), grades K-6 (Media Center) and grades 7-12 (outdoors near church through 6/13). We hope you will join us.

COVID Update: 5/15/21
St. Paul Congregation,
We would like to let everyone to know that per Baltimore County and Maryland guidance, capacity and mask restrictions have been lifted. For this Sunday we will fully open the front half of pews in the sanctuary. The back half of the sanctuary will stay with alternating pews closed for those members who would like to be socially distanced. The media center will also be available for those wanting additional separation.
In accordance with the latest government guidance, no one is required to wear a mask; however, unvaccinated persons are strongly encouraged to wear masks and we ask everyone to be supportive and tolerant of each other’s mask-wearing preferences. As always, if you don’t feel well, please stay home. Also remember, children under 12 cannot be vaccinated, leaving our youngest church goers unprotected.
Restricted access to classrooms, ECC, and fellowship hall will remain the same. We will notify everyone of any changes in the future. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we assess these changes in our operating status. If you have any questions or concerns please let us know.
Aaron Nelson
Congregational President