Towson Presbyterian Church strives to grow disciples of Jesus Christ. But we share up front we don’t have this down pat. So we strive to do away with facades and pretenses in order to get our hands dirty practicing this thing called “faith.”
As we do, we find ourselves growing closer to God and closer to others. This growth is a natural part of living in relationship with God, but it's also an inherent part of our church. This is seen in what we value: inclusivity; curiosity; compassion; courage.
Towson Presbyterian Church is part of the Presbyterian Church (USA). In many ways, our tradition is like a big umbrella offering lots of room for lots of perspectives. Not everybody agrees on everything, and that’s just fine—we value diversity! Yet our Reformed tradition does hold certain beliefs dear.
BeeTree Preserve is 263 beautiful acres of forests, fields, streams and wetlands located 25 miles north of Towson in Parkland, MD. Named for Beetree Run, a trout stream that meanders through the property, BeeTree Preserve's natural beauty and resources have welcomed visitors and inhabitants—both animal and human—for hundreds of years.