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The Church of ST. Michael & All Angels

2013 St. Paul Street ~ Baltimore, MD 21218 ~ 410-685-3129

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~Vision Statement~

God is calling us to a beacon of light that illuminates God's Glory through Evangelism and Christian Education for all to explore in their journey with us.

~Mission Statement~

The Church of St. Michael and All Angels is committed to serving God in excellence through active stewardship and service to our parish and community.



The Church of St. Michael and All Angels is a thriving urban church family in Baltimore City. The Word of God is our priority, because it is the foundation and source of life. Relationships are an intricate and life-giving part of this church family, whether through relating to one another during events and activities or connecting with God through worship and prayer. These are things that make our church alive and strong.

Explore, re-discover, and expand your faith journey with us.

Faith formation is a life long journey providing continuous growth, education and experiences. We teach the foundation of scripture tradition and reason interwoven for generations through the telling of the Gospel. We embrace the diversity which the Episcopal Church offers. Within our communion we have a variety of styles of worship, and theological emphasis.

Yet we maintain a strong sense of family, community with links in worship and faith. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to respond to this call in love and service so we may more fully live the life of Christ. We recognize God as the Giver and see ourselves as the receivers of God’s gifts.

We further recognize that our spiritual health and the quality of life commitment are most concretely measured by the ways we use and share what we have been given.