St. Margaret's located in Annapolis, Maryland, along the Chesapeake Bay, has a unique makeup. Here are many fibers that have knitted together over three centuries to create the community of St. Margaret's. Our table has seated revolutionary fighters with agents of the Crown, slave owners and abolitionists. Today soldiers, sailors and defense industry employees share the bread and wine with peace activists, politicians, artists and educators. The fabric of St. Margaret's has been strained and repaired. It has also grown stronger with new threads. It has wrapped in comfort the shoulders of the defeated and the hurt and been raised as a banner to celebrate God's wholeness, oneness, in our midst. God has supported us through our struggles and helped us to restore our knitted fabric when it frays, and we embrace the expansion of this cloth for centuries to come.
Today, we are a congregation of families and singles, straight and gay, young and old, but all committed to being transformed in Christ.
We foster growth in faith, care, and service through:
*teaching our youngest about the love of God and their world through exciting, interactive formation activities & experiences;
*offering a variety of ways our parishioners can serve their church and community;
*providing comfort to members through prayer, grief counseling, and health & healing education and care;
*fostering ways our parishioners can take better care of our world and God's creation;
*offering information on other faiths and respecting others who are different than ourselves; and
*providing many opportunities for fellowship and friendship among parishioners.
Click here for a list of annual parish-wide events.