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Staying Connected

March 20, 2020

We’re grateful that so many joined us for intercessory prayer on Facebook Live. More than 294 viewers have seen the video from both within and beyond the Catonsville Presbyterian Church community. A friend in Texas joined us and sent me this message:Β “I haven’t been to church by choice in over a year. Watched your prayer service this morning and wept. Simple and exuding peace. I’m glad I tuned in.”


If you’re not already using Facebook, this might be a good time to consider joining (at least for now). Catonsville Presbyterian Church hosts two locations, one is public and the other is private.

The public page is open to anyone: You can go there any time to view a recording of our online worship service.

Our Catonsville Presbyterian Church group page is private. Only members and friends of Catonsville Presbyterian Church actively involved in the church are part of this group. Here is the link: In the weeks ahead, being part of the private page will be a good way to check-in and let us know how you’re doing. Social networking is not for everyone. But during these times of social distancing and self-isolation, people are hungry to connect.

This is certainly not the Lenten journey we expected to make this year. But this is the road that is placed before us. Here is a resource to help along the way. We’ve been sharing this daily devotional each week in worship, developed by The Presbyterian Outlook,Β Devotions for Lent Week 3.

And, again, here is a reflection piece I wrote, Being the Church: Gathered and Scattered. It includes devotional options for you to use an “intention” from the Jewish tradition, a poem, and a prayer.

Grace and peace,
β€ŒRev. Kenneth E. Kovacs, Ph.D.