Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) committment to #EndCashBail
Baltimore is a beautiful, twisted, powerful, and intense city to spend time in. It has a dark history, full of hatred and heartbreak; heartbreak which is seen in the abandoned and boarded up buildings with trees growing out of the caved in roofs, the people walking up...read more
Pay attention. Drive around the city where you live, and see the disparities. In Baltimore, where the 2020 General Assembly will meet next June, they’re not hard to spot. Baltimore is “a very hyper-segregated city, racially and economically,” said Kate Foster Connors,...read more
Last week, The Center was at Big Tent to welcome our PCUSA friends to our city. Mel and Liv were asked to speak before the gathering and share about this city. We recorded it and are posting the text just in case you missed it - or want to hear it again! Click here...read more
Hands & Feet is a new initiative to highlight and strengthen local and national efforts by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to facilitate change and communicate God’s love. The project builds upon the grassroots, community work congregations, mid councils, and the national office are already doing; and dovetails with the biennial General Assembly gathering. Work is underway via Hands and Feet and The Center, a ministry of the Presbytery of Baltimore. We encourage you to engage with mission and ministry projects on the ground in Baltimore, MD, site of the 224th General Assembly (2020) scheduled for June 20–27, 2020.