Youth Formation

St. Paul’s Youth Group is a welcoming, loving, and judgement-free space for young people in grades 6 through 12 to discover who they are, the gifts they bring, and what it means to be a follower of Jesus. We encourage questions, honesty, and authenticity and are committed to nurturing a holistic understanding of the Christian faith. We are guided by three principles: formation, play, and service


This year’s focus is on making tough decisions. Guiding our discussions is the  Episcopal Curriculum for Youth.

2nd Sunday of the month, 11:45-1:45
Oct. 8
Nov. 12
Dec. 10
Jan. 14
Feb. 11
Mar. 11
Apr. 8

The monthly meeting of the PYG, which includes games, lunch, and a faith topic.


Enjoying one another’s company is one of the best ways we build community and build trust. The youth do a variety of things, including camping trips, kayaking, laser tag, and everything in between. 

Sep. 10 —Sky-Zone Team Building
Oct. 7—National Acolyte Festival
Oct. 20-22—Church Retreat
Jan. 7—Snow Tubing

April or May—Worship in the City & Orioles’ Game

Several times a year our youth engage in a project of love and service in our community, such as participating in our county’s hunger walk, serving at the local soup kitchen, and so much more. The best part is that all youth projects are youth inspired and led. 

Sep. 16—Farming4Hunger (Serenity Farms, Benedict)

Nov.18 —Walk to End Homelessness
Dec. 20—Mall Holiday Gift Wrap
Feb. 23-24—30-Hour Famine


To sign-up or volunteer: Deanna Gerhart and Russ Lancaster