In March 2016, Roland Park Presbyterian Church launched a capital campaign called Widening our Welcome. Just as previous generations invested in the future of our church, this is our moment to invest in our facilities. We are the ones called to widen our welcome, to assure inclusion and accessibility to all generations and abilities. This project aims to improve and expand the positive impact that our church has in our community. It focuses on improving welcoming, hospitality, accessibility and overall flow of people through our facility. There will also be a special mission component.
Make A Pledge
If you’d like to participate in the Widening our Welcome capital campaign and contribute to the future of our church, please go to this donation page.
Thank you for your generosity and tremendous support!
Worship with Us
Welcome! Thanks for visiting our website. Take a look around and see what an active and special community of faith Roland Park Presbyterian Church is. If you are looking for a church in the Baltimore area, are thinking about visiting or would simply like to know more about us, click here. Of course, you are more than welcome to visit us on Sunday. We meet at 10:30am. Come, explore faith, share your passion and make a difference with us! ~Pastor Mark
Events at RPPC
Director of Christian Education
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Special Guest Professor Steven Long speaks during worship and at a special luncheon after worship this Sunday to share insights about how the current political climate may reflect the inner turmoil of Americans.
NO Out of Office Hour this week!
This week, Pastor Mark will NOT hold his weekly out-of-office hour at Evergreen Coffee shop on Coldspring Lane for those who would like to stop in to share a cup of joe and chat. Please stop by next week on Wednesday, 8-9am.
Faith and Fiction Book Club Meeting 11/9 @7pm
All are welcome to join our Faith and Fiction Book Club in reading and discussing our new selection: Go Down, Moses by William Faulkner. We will meet in the church library at 7pm on 11/9.