Historic St. Paul's
Historic St. Paul's Chapel has served the Crownsville/Annapolis area for almost 150 years. Our chapel is on the National Historic Register for its Victorian Gothic structure.
The chapel was built in 1861 for Severn Parish members of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church who lived in the Crownsville area.
In 1987 The Anglican Parish of St. Charles the Martyr purchased St. Paul's Chapel and restored the building and grounds. In 2004, we became St. Paul's Anglican Church and part of the Anglican Province of America.
On October 12, 2008, due to growing attendance and member participation, a new church building adjacent to the chapel was dedicated. The new building provides additional space for worship, fellowship, Christian education and office space and will continue to preserve the historic integrity of the older chapel and allow St. Paul's to continue to grow.
God continues to bless this hallowed ground with His presence from generation to generation.
Regular services are held on Wednesdays at 7:30 am (MP & HC) and Sundays at 8:00 am (HC), 9:15 am (MP) and 11:00 am (HC). Holy Communion is celebrated at 9:15 on the 4th Sunday of every month. Sunday school is at 9:15 am on Sundays during the school year. Nursery care is available every Sunday from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm. Other services are held on other church dates and Holy Days of Obligation.
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1. St. Paul’s website (www.stpaulscrownsville.com)
2. St. Paul's Weekly Bulletin (also posted on the website)
3. Father Tom's sermons (also posted on the website)
4. The St. Paul’s Communicator (also posted on the website)
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