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At Catonsville Presbyterian we strongly believe in an open and inclusive church that extends a welcoming environment to all. Together we gather to worship God, share fellowship, and challenge each other to grow in our experiences of faith. We invite you to join us and share in God’s calling.
Sunday Worship on Facebook Live
With in-person worship suspended, we’ve moved to online worship. Join us for music, a short message, and a time for prayer Sundays at 10:30 am on Catonsville Presbyterian’s public Facebook page. Facebook membership is not required to access it. Just click on the link on Sunday at 10:30 am, or watch the video later.
April 5 – Palm Sunday Worship
Download the April 5 Order of Worship to follow from home.
New Ways to Connect
Suspended In-Person Worship
Catonsville Presbyterian will suspend in-person church school, worship, meetings and events through the end of April 2020. Moving forward, the childcare center will remain closed until April 24, 2020.
During this time of social distancing and self-isolation we are developing new ways for us to be together. Visit Catonsville Presbyterian’s Facebook page for our Sunday worship services. Facebook membership is not required.
Our committees, boards, and Thursday morning bible study will be meeting via Zoom, a popular phone and video conferencing platform.
Through acts of kindness, patience, and compassion we can be the church God has called us to be, for one another and for our larger community in need.
Wrestle with difficult questions. Nurture your spirit. Explore who you are and what God is calling you to be and do in the world.
Children & Youth
Children & Youth
Kids: Learn, explore and ponder your place in the world as a child of God
Listen for the Word of God…
Listening for God’s Word in scripture and in sermon is at the heart of our worship experience each week.
God continues to speak to us today and sends us out into the world with love and grace and a deepened desire to serve.
Join us for an online poetry discussion on Tuesday, April 7, from 7 to 8 p.m. for the chosen poem Monet Refuses the Operation by Lisel Mueller. Read the full poem on our website, slowly. Ponder it, reflect on it,…
Read our April 6, 2020 newsletter titled Alleluia to learn about the latest updates and announcements. Highlights from this issue include children, youth, family ministry update, Holy Week worship services, and Meditation by Kirsten Nilsen.