Welcome to St. Paul's Anglican Church in Crownsville, MD
The Rev. Thomas Burr - Rector
The Rev. Eric Holle - Assisting Priest
The Rt. Rev. Robert S. Loiselle, Sr. - Rector Emeritus (Retired)
Every Friday during Lent join us at 11:45 am for Stations of The Cross followed by soup and bread for lunch. All are welcome!
This coming Sunday is February 18th, the 1st Sunday in Lent.
Holy Communion at 8 am am and 11 am.
Morning Prayer at 9:15 am.
Sunday School is at 9:15 am.
Our nursery is available from 9 am to 12:30 pm.
Coffee hour and fellowship after each service.
Come and worship with us.
All are welcome!
Check the calendar/coming events for other activities.
- ACTIVE SHOOTER WORKSHOP -
On Saturday, March 17, from 9 to 11 am, St. Paul’s Anglican Church will host an “Active Shooter Workshop” led by Cpl. Jim Shiloh of the Anne Arundel County Police Department. Many citizens are alarmed by the increase of senseless violence in many scenarios within our society. Cpl. Shiloh will present information at this event that will prepare us to react in a positive manner, should the need arise in any venue, by providing practical steps that can be taken individually and collectively to reduce the risk of being victimized. This event is open to the public. All are welcome!
Serving our Lord in the Annapolis/Crownsville area since 1978...
....teaching the scriptures and Christian values
....maintaining the unchanging faith and morals
....worshiping in the historic Anglican tradition
....maintaining the Apostolic succession
....welcoming all to our congregation
** Using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer **
St. Paul's Anglican Church in Crownsville, MD
is a member church of the
ANGLICAN PROVINCE OF AMERICA
Diocese of The Eastern United States
The Anglican Province of America is a fellowship of Christian people seeking to bring others to know the transforming love of our Lord and Savior Christ, given to us by the Father Almighty, through the power of the Holy Ghost, and incorporating them into the community of faithful people in our historic Anglican tradition.