A father and daughter sing hymns together in church
Two teenage girls in conversation
Adult Ed
An assembly line packs Safe Motherhood Kits from boxes of supplies.
An assembly line of volunteers packs Safe Motherhood Kits from boxes of supplies.


Online Giving


Catonsville Presbyterian Church now accepts online giving. Through the online giving link, you can give directly to the CPC General Fund, support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, or contribute to special offerings throughout the year. We accept gifts either from your credit/debit card or directly from a bank account. If you have any questions or difficulties giving, please contact the church office


Souper Bowl of Caring

All financial contributions will fund supplemental food assistance at Westside Men’s Shelter.

Address Food Insecurity


What we do with our money is important—to our sense of mission, to our health as creatures of God’s kingdom, and to our relationship to our faith and to each other. Stewardship is caring for the things that are entrusted to us, which in many cases means money and property. Part of caring is embracing the generosity and love of the God who created us and investing our resources—time, talents, and treasure— in the ministries that we feel called to support. 

Make a 2024 Pledge

Many people wonder, “How much should I give?” In the Bible, especially in the Old Testament, a tithe, or 10%, is often cited as an appropriate offering. Jesus mentions the tithe in the Gospels more as a criticism of legalistic adherence (although Jesus does affirm the virtue of tithing) (Matt 23:23 and Luke 11:42). But in our day, we have many opportunities to complicate tithing (before or after tax? on earned income only? what about investments?). Additionally, a literal 10% is very regressive, as economists would say (a bigger burden on less wealthy individuals, like sales tax), since $1,000 is much less sacrificial to someone earning $10,000 per month than $100 is to someone with income of $1,000 per month. So, we shouldn’t get too hung up on 10%, either as a source of guilt if we fall short, or of smugness if we give 10%.  But we should reflect on the degree to which our giving reflects our priorities.

While we are careful with our expenditures, it takes a lot of money to support Catonsville Presbyterian’s ministries. We are committed to paying our staff fairly, maintaining our buildings, and ensuring that we support ministries and causes beyond our walls with time and money. Our official 2022 membership is 407, not including pre-confirmation age youth. Our total expenses for 2022 are $782,000. The income from facilities usage and related items is $352,000, leaving $430,000 to come from members and friends. This means that the average cost of our church’s ministry is about $1,100 for each member ($2,200 per couple).