The 2021 Congregational Nominating Committee is excited to put forward this slate of nominees for the Session (the governing board) and Board of Deacons (the caregiving board) for TPC. A Congregational Meeting to elect new officers of the church has been called for May 9 at 11 a.m. via Zoom.

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Regathering Update & Survey We continue to give great thanks for your patience and perseverance!  This has lasted longer than any of us every thought possible.  We know and have heard the many desires to return to indoor, in-person worship. Thankfully, we have reached the societal stage in which any resident of Maryland, 16 or…

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TPC’s 2021 Congregational Nominating Committee has begun its work to discern who God is calling to lead the congregation in the Classes of 2024 for Session and the Board of Deacons, and is currently accepting nominations for service to these two bodies. Elders serve on the Session, which is the governing board charged with discerning…

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The podcast is back with a new name but the same old banter, conversation and TV show theme songs from Rob and Joel. In this week’s episode (click here) they further explore the first sermon in our “Less is More” sermon series, the intricacies of the word “sin,” and the need for confession in our…

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Looking for resources to help you explore faith at home during the season of Lent? Click here for a daily devotional “The Way to Shalom: A Lenten Journey to Peace & Wholeness” from Presbyterians Today. Click here for a weekly devotional from Presbyterians for Earth Care.

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“The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry” Books and Small Groups Four-week Small Groups will soon begin forming that will meet in March and April. If you didn’t register to receive a copy of the book (we have extras!) click here. Small Group registration will begin next week.

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“Per Capita” – An Explanation   Over the years, as I received my TPC giving envelopes, I would find one envelope in a color different from the others. Marked on the envelope was the term Per Capita. The term comes from the Latin and means by heads. The modern definition of the term is: “for…

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Towson Presbyterian Church has been working with our friends in Honduras for over 20 years, helping to build homes and eco stoves, provide medical and dental services and help with community building.  The people we serve there are primarily indigenous Mayan descendants who are extremely poor and who are not served well by the Honduran…

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