From The Presbyterian Mission Agency
The Matthew 25 invitation focuses on Matthew 25: 31-46, the parable of the sheep and goats in which Jesus makes clear, that what we do matters to God and how we treat others is important to God.
When we welcome others, we welcome Christ; when we bring together people who are divided, we are doing God’s reconciling work. We are called to serve Jesus by contributing to the well-being of the most vulnerable in all societies – rural and urban, small and large, young and not-so-young. From affordable housing to community gardens to equitable educational and employment opportunities to healing from addiction and mental illness to enacting policy change – there is not just one way to be a part of the Matthew 25 movement.
Make no mistake, Jesus is calling us to perform ordinary acts of compassion in daily life. In so doing, we continue Christ’s work of proclaiming release to captives and good news to the poor — the good news of God’s righteousness, justice and peace for all.
Participating Congregations in Presbytery of Baltimore
- Ark and Dove Presbyterian Church
- Christ Our King Presbyterian Church
- First Presbyterian Church of Annapolis
- First Presbyterian Church of Bel Air
- First Presbyterian Church of Westminster
- Govans Presbyterian Church
- Highland Presbyterian Church
- Hunting Ridge Presbyterian Church
- Knox Presbyterian Church
- Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
- Maryland Presbyterian Church
- Roland Park Presbyterian Church
- St. John United Church
- Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church