Adult Education

In Scripture, God calls all His people to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.  At St. Paul's we offer a variety of educational programs for all ages and stages of life and schedules.  


Please take a look at the classes currently being offered, we pray you will find one that fits your needs.  Contact us at 410-466-2283 or email at


We look forward to having you come and be with us! 


Sunday Morning Classes
The Sunday Adult Bible Study meets from 9:20 10:10 a.m. on Sunday mornings in the Friendship Hall (Low Ceiling Area).  We are studying Galatians during our winter session. For more information, please contact Pastor John at

GOD 101:  “What’s It All About”If you are interested in becoming a member of St. Paul’s, or you would like to review the basics, or build on what you already know, come to our next GOD 101 class, as numbers merit. This class typically meets on Sunday mornings, 9:20am through 10:10 am in the Staff Conference Room. For more information, speak to Pastor John or email him at


Weekday Classes
Ladies Wednesday Morning Bible Study .  The Ladies are studying the "Miracle of Jesus".  They meet at 9:20am in the Resource Center.   For more information, please contact the Church Office at 410-766-2283 or Maryanne Mys at


Evening Classes

Monday Night LifeLight Bible Study: This LifeLight Bible Study is beginning a study of Genesis, and it meets at 7:00 PM on Monday evenings in the Church Sanctuary for an opening, and then we break into small groups. Please speak to Clyde Merritt, Roger Thusius, or Pastor John for more information. For your convenience, please feel free to email Clyde at


Thursday Night Bible Study:  With so many Christian denominations and non-denominations in the world today, is there still a place for Lutherans today? This year the world celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. We are studying what it means to be a Lutheran in 2017. We meet in the Low Ceiling Area at 7:30pm. Please contact Pastor John for more information.