TPC’s Covid-19 Response – Schedule Updates, Streamed Services, & Ways to Stay Connected

Schedule Updates, Online Offerings, & Ways to Stay Connected


All of TPC’s leadership conveys our hope and prayers that you and your loved ones are well.  If you stand in need of care, please let us know.

Leadership also requests our communal solidarity as we seek to do our part in mitigating this pandemic.  As such, ALL of Towson Presbyterian Church’s in-person gatherings and activities, including worship, are cancelled through April 26.

We grieve that this includes Holy Week and Easter, and that we won’t be able to physically gather amid this special season.  Yet, even amid this difficult time, we are called to look for the promise of resurrection, that while some things may seem to end, new life still blooms.  Indeed, while we may not physically gather, we will still to be the body of Christ in the world today.  The Church never has been and never will be a “building.”  We are a mission.  A movement.  A people led by God’s very Spirit as we seek to grow closer to God and who God continually calls us to be.

Please look below for the emerging ways in which we will continue to worship, serve and grow closer to God during this pandemic.


Worship || Sundays at 10 a.m. || Facebook Live

Join us Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. as worship is livestreamed on Facebook Live.  You do NOT need a Facebook account to view the livestream feed or the saved videos of previous livestreams.  Simply visit

To view previously livestreamed services, please click the following.

Permission to print and/or broadcast music in publications linked to this website is obtained through One License with license #A-728044.


Practicing Spiritual Practices || Tuesdays at 7 p.m. || Facebook Live

Every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m., all are invited to join Rob & Joel as they livestream an exploration of a spiritual practice.  Simply visit

To view previously streamed sessions, please click below:


Joel & Rob’s Podcast  || Mon. & Wed. at 1 p.m. || Facebook Live

Watch “Joel & Rob’s Podcast” every Monday & Wednesday on Facebook, as they explore the way they see, struggle with, and seek to live out their faith.

The traditional audio-only podcast format can be found here, while the livestreamed version can be found below:


Family Faith Formation at Home || Tues. & Thurs. at 1 p.m. || Facebook Live

Every Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m., Jenness livestreams a spiritual formation offering for families with children.

Join in live at Facebook or click below explore previous offerings.


Faith At Home

The Faith at Home section of our website is expanding all the time, offering each and all opportunities to explore and grow in faith wherever you may be.

Check back regularly to explore these curated resources (including videos, blogs, online classes, and more).


Member Care

Leaders are dividing our congregation up via “households” so that we can reach out to each and all in order to communicate any of the above that has not yet reached them, and to learn any additional needs we may be able to serve.

Please understand that staff is not permitted to visit hospitals, retirement communities, rehabilitation centers, and nursing homes during this time.  Pastors are available, however, for phone counsel.



As a community of faith, TPC has authorized the immediate release of $25,000 to combat the growing needs of hunger and food insecurity in our region.

To offer your hands and hearts in service, we share that the Assistance Center of Towson Churches (ACTC) remains open to provide food for food insecure people in our community.  They offer two locations on different days to safely drop off donations of food:

  • Monday afternoon || 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. || Parking lot across the street from Ascension Lutheran Church, 7601 York Rd. in Towson.
  • Wednesday afternoon || 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. || Trinity Episcopal Church, 120 Alleghany Ave. in Towson

Items needed include:

  • Cereal, including oatmeal
  • Apple sauce
  • Canned peas or carrots
  • Canned diced tomato
  • Canned pasta meals
  • Canned hearty soups
  • Grape jelly
  • Peanut butter
  • Spaghetti sauce
  • Pasta, dry, all shapes and sizes
  • Paper goods, or toiletries



TPC humbly and gratefully requests that you continue to support the ministries and mission of our community of faith as you are able during this crucial time.  You can:

  • Give Online
  • Mail your offering to 400 W. Chesapeake Ave. Towson, MD 21204
  • Text “CheerfulGiver” (one word; case sensitive) to 73256


The Hope of Our Faith

We offer the gentle reminder that God is no less present with us amid these (admittedly) different days.  Times of wilderness call for patience, compassion, and eyes of faith to look for the new things God is doing around and within us.

Dear friends, rest in the assurance that God is with you, and know that nothing can separate you from God’s love.


PS Please revisit this page for future updates regarding TPC ministries, as well as the websites for the World Health Organization and Center for Disase Control.