Epiphany Series


Epiphany Online Series: Contemplative Activism

Tuesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 starting January 12th

Through the Epiphany season, we will be talking together about how to connect our faith with the work that we do together to change the world, for the better. Each gathering will include time for spiritual practices, a discussion of faith-rooted organizing principles, and an opportunity to check in with one another. If you have any questions, please contact Fr. Steve Holt, who will be facilitating the series, at

Christmas Eve Service


Join us for Christmas Eve Service at

5:30, December 24th




Christmas Toy Registration

For Parents and Caregivers in the Guardian Angel Neighborhood (Zip Codes 21211 / 21218):

Please let us know if you are interested in receiving a toy bag for your children this Christmas. We will be giving each child an age-appropriate bag including a toy, a book, winter apparel, and some treats. Gift bags will be provided on a first-registered, first-served basis until we run out.

To sign up: Follow this link 

Advent Series


Upcoming Events

Join us for the Pastor Alice Day of Action this Sunday, or for our thanksgiving meal and coat sale on November 26th. 

From on the Rector: The Rev. Steve Holt

On the Election 

On Tuesday night, after staying up to watch election results to come in, it was disappointing but not surprising that things were as uncertain then as they had been on Tuesday morning. In the midst of a pandemic, with a closely contested race, it is important that they are taking the time to ensure that every vote is counted, even as that continues to leave us in a space where we don’t know what’s next. The results will come.


In the meantime, on Wednesday morning, our team at the food pantry showed up. There were still people who needed to receive food, still, prayer requests that need to be shared, and perhaps even more than usual, still connections between us that needed to be made. In the midst of the uncertainty, our work at Church of the Guardian Angel continued.

The reality is that we have a long way to go to take care of the most vulnerable, to become a truly antiracist society, and to be in a community where we love all of our neighbors. Elections matter and the results of this one will certainly affect the lives of so many of our neighbors who have been told that they are not a part of our community, and so we should all keep praying for our country and watching the results. We should also remember that, regardless of who ends up being declared the winner of this election: our work continues.