St. Paul's joined forces with Preservation Maryland and The Campaign for Historic Trades on November 5th to provide a free workshop on how to restore and preserve historic cemetery stones.. The turnout was a huge success as parishioners and guests alike learned valuable information on the care of historic sites. Many of the tombstones and headstones in St. Paul's cemetery date back to the early 1800's when the church was built.
St. Paul's hosted a free Photography Session Workshop on November 8th. The workshop was held after dark to give photographers the opportunity to practice night-shooting, especially on a full-moon night. Also, the night session provided a perfect setting for photographing the new lighting on the church's bell-tower. A great turnout! Thank you, Dave, for putting this together.
On October 30th, St Paul held one service at 9:30 to bring together parishioners from both the early and late service. for worship, fellowship and brunch.
October 2, 2022 We celebrated the Feast of St. Francis with a special service to bless the pets in our community. We welcomed many adorable puppies as well as a goldfish and horses.
St. Paul's hosted a community-wide Shred-It Day. Many people in our community came to not only shred but also to tour St. Paul's historic church building.
Bishop Santosh K. Marray of the Dioces of Easton visited with St. Paul's vestry and our Interim Rector Rev. Carl Mosley.