Small Groups & Studies

“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11

Join us as we grow our faith together. New faces are always welcome at any time!

Higher Steps

Enjoy faith, fellowship, and fresh air with our women’s walking/jogging group meeting every other Wednesday at 12:30 pm at Millard Cooper Park in Sykesville. Contact Charlene Williams (410-382-1695) for more information.

Jesus in the Gospels Bible Study

Are you looking to take the next step in your study of the Scriptures? “Jesus in the Gospels” is a 30-week study that invites believers to look at Jesus in each of the four Gospels and ask the question: “Who is the Jesus that you see?” Study the names, places, and people and encounter the Jesus who is both hard to ignore and hard to control, as portrayed ion Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The class will meet on Tuesdays beginning Sep 20 at 7 pm in Rm. 202/204. For more information, contact Chris Guyer (443-280-0292).

Lunch Bunch

Our weekly lunchtime Bible study meets on Mondays from 12–1 pm at St. Paul’s in room 202/204. Bring your lunch! Contact Barb Rodean for information.

Men’s Studies

We meet on Mondays at 7 pm throughout the year for 4–8 week studies, usually breaking for a few weeks between each. Periodically, we mix in a dinner or social gathering. Learn more about being a man of Christ and enjoy good fellowship. Gatherings are held on-site at St. Pauls in room 202/204. Drop in or contact Pastor Doug for more information or to be added to the email distribution list.

United Methodist Men (UMM)

The men of St. Paul’s get together periodically for food and fellowship, special programs, and for work days around the church. All are invited to participate. Contact Pastor Doug for more information.

United Women in Faith

United Women in Faith (formerly the United Methodist Women) celebrates an inclusive membership and welcomes all women who want to become members. Being a member is not required and there is no minimum age requirement. Out of a commitment for mission locally and globally with women, children and youth, United Methodist Women choose to participate in meetings, prayer, financial giving, study, action and service. We are a community of women whose purpose is: to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.