The Presbytery of Baltimore is a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic. We are united in faith as the body of Christ and grounded in the beliefs of the Reformed Church of Jesus Christ. Stretching from the Allegheny mountains to the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, the Presbytery of Baltimore seeks to encourage, challenge and equip approximately 12,000 members in 63 congregations to thrive spiritually and be apostles of reconciliation.
Chair, Reconciliation Commission
Chair, Spiritual Leader Development Commission
Chair, Steering Cabinet
Chair, Administration Commission
Chair, Commission on Ministry
Chair, Representation & Nominations
Staff, Preparation for Ministry
Chair, Commission on Thriving Congregations
Chair, Ministry Group Conveners
The Presbytery Cabinet consists of leaders and representatives of various Presbytery entities. The Cabinet oversees the implementation of the decisions of the Presbytery — working with and through its agencies in accordance with the vision and strategic priorities of the Presbytery. The Council is responsible for reviewing the work of the commissions and Ministry Groups and ensuring that the vision is lived out in the mission and efforts of the Presbytery. It is charged with holding accountable Presbytery agencies and staff for fruitfulness in addressing priorities; and, it makes regular assessments and reports to the Presbytery.
Trustees serve as the fiduciary body of the Presbytery of Baltimore and manage the agency’s assets.