Where the Spirit is Alive and Christ's Love is Shared...
Who We Are
All are welcome to this vibrant faith community in the heart of Maryland farm country. We’re small-town meeting the big needs of the world. We invest in making a tangible, real and consistent difference in our local, national and global communities. We worship and we serve the living God in Jesus the Christ!
We’re authentic and honest with each other. We believe we can change the world for the better in what we do, in what we say, in what we share. Through real relationship with Jesus, the highs and the lows, the good and the bad, the easy and the difficult, we deepen our faith walk. We are not alone, for we know Jesus is with us. He’s called us together as community, where everyone – at any and every place on the journey – is welcome, important and valued.
The community of Jefferson is warm and friendly. We’re a mix of generations of farmers and decades of suburban professionals. That mix works for us - it brings us the wisdom of patience and vision, along with the sensibility that we are a global community with a long reach in our servant sharing and caring.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT ST. PAUL
8:30AM Contemporary Worship; 10:30AM Traditional Worship
Sunday School for all ages held from September – May at 9:30AM, including a nursery class (ages 2-4) at the Parish House; parents are welcome to join.
One Worship Service on Sunday, December 28th at 9:30AM with no Sunday School.
Mark your calendar and plan to join us to decorate St. Paul for Christmas on Sunday, December 21st following the 10:30AM worship service. We will begin around 11:30AM and a light lunch will be provided. More hands make the work lighter and faster!
You are invited to join us at one or all of our Christmas Eve Services as St. Paul celebrates the birth of the Christ Child!
Pastor Katrina will be holding a new members orientation on Sunday, January 4th. New members will be received during worship on Sunday, January 11th. Please contact Pastor Katrina if you are interested in becoming a member of St. Paul.