We are truly blessed at St. Paul’s by the Sea, in that the Spirit of God is active and engaged in many ways and levels. The Lord watches over the needs of the city and has sent us out to service at the Shepherd’s Crook and in the Red Doors Community Center. The vitality our ministries is affirmed in our new mission statement, Love God, Serve the World.
We have discerned that the Lord is moving in a new way to build and serve. The construction of our Fellowship Commons will give us space for fellowship before and after services, as well as offering hospitality with a new kitchenette and accessible bathroom. There will be space for preparation for liturgies as we celebrate weddings and funerals in the life of our congregation. The office space will provide a new locus for planning, evaluating, and dreaming our present and future ministries to be of service to the Town of Ocean City reaching all over the world.
We are called to partner with God in the new ways the Spirit is blowing in our congregation and our community. Will you join us in this invitation? Please consider investing in our future as a congregation and in our commitment to serving the Community of Ocean City and beyond. Your tax deductible financial contribution to our Fellowship Commons Campaign would be gratefully appreciated.
If you are interested in giving money, or your organization is interested in raising funds to help get us back in operation, we have created a specific fund called Fellowship Commons Capital Campaign. The Bank of Ocean City is administering this fund. All contributions are tax-deductible.
Donations can be made to the Ian Dingwall Fund, for the purpose of helping provide for the education of Father David’s youngest son, Ian. The Bank of Delmarva is administering this fund. Donations can be made in person at a branch (attention Lisa Ellis) or by mailing a check to The Bank of Delmarva, Attention: Lisa Ellis, 2727 North Salisbury Blvd, Salisbury, MD 21801. Please note on your check: Ian Dingwall Education Fund.
St. Paul’s By-the-Sea Fellowship Commons Capital Campaign
Please also include your address in the appropriate area so we are able to mail you an acknowledgement letter of your charitable contribution for tax purposes.
If you would like to contribute to the Red Doors, please follow the link here.
Make your check out to the St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Fellowship Commons Capital Campaign Fund and mail your contribution to:
St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Fellowship Commons Capital Campaign
c/o Bank of Ocean City
10005 Golf Course Rd.
Ocean City, MD 21842
Contributions can be dropped off at St. Paul’s by-the Sea church located at 302 North Baltimore Ave. Ocean City, MD 21842. Checks should be made out to St. Paul’s by-the Sea Fellowship Commons Capital Campaign.
Contributions can also be dropped off at any of the six Bank of Ocean City locations throughout Worcester County. Checks should be made out to St. Paul’s by-the Sea Fellowship Commons Capital Campaign.