“Come in your faith, come in your doubt.” Catonsville Presbyterian Church invites all to worship with us and experience our community of faith. Wherever you are in your faith journey, you will be welcomed here.
Worship is at the center of all we do. Rooted in the rich liturgy of the church throughout the ages, our services are traditional without being stuffy. Congregational singing, with choirs and musical accompaniment, releases the spirit to soar in praise. Strong preaching that speaks to both the heart and the mind challenges us to live out our faith in the world. In response to the Word, we pray for the world God so loves.
On Sundays, we gather at 10:30 am in the sanctuary (9:30 am, June through August in the air-conditioned Fellowship Hall). Communion is served the first Sunday of the month. A time for fellowship and refreshment immediately follows the service.
We worship as the whole family of God. We’re an intergenerational congregation. Children are encouraged to worship with their parents and are a welcome part of the service. We provide special bulletins to guide children through the worship service and “activity bags” to keep them engaged.
We provide childcare for the very young, with screened, qualified caregivers and volunteers.
- For infants to two-year-olds, a caregiver and parent volunteers are available from 8:45 am to 11:45 am, enabling parents to attend both adult education and worship.
- For children ages three through kindergarten, a caregiver and teen volunteers are available from 10:20 am to 11:45 am, during the worship hour.
An accessible entrance with a ramp can be reached from the Frederick Road small parking lot. Inside, larger pew spaces are available in the front to accommodate wheelchairs or walkers. Accessible restrooms are available as well. Large print bulletins and hearing assistance earphones are provided in the rear of the sanctuary.
We recognize that people of all ages have varying abilities and needs, and that underlying conditions may occasionally cause behavior that might be misinterpreted as inappropriate. If you or a family member has special needs, please speak to us. We want to fully appreciate each individual’s gifts and talents, and help you feel a part of this community.