The area served by the Presbytery of Baltimore is becoming home for an increasingly diverse population, and in a number of places now, Presbyterian leaders are sensing and responding to a call to initiate and nurture new worshipping communities and fellowships. The NWC/Fellowships Team seeks to encourage these efforts by offering support and guidance to leaders, funding for projects, and resources to help congregations and Ministry Groups gain an informed understanding of their communities.
The Slate Project
Among those receiving the Team’s counsel and support are those with leadership responsibility for Living Faith Fellowship and a recently initiated interdenominational NWC in Baltimore – The Slate Project.
1001 New Worshipping Communities
The PCUSA’s 1001 New Worshipping Communities initiative informs and influences the NWC Team’s work.
Comunidad Presbyteriana La Trinidad (CPT)
Comunidad Presbyteriana La Trinidad (The Presbyterian Community of the Trinity) is a New Worshipping Community of the PC(USA) tradition formed by the six Presbyterian USA churches in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, known as the Bay Area Disciples. The Hispanic population in Anne Arundel County is among the fastest growing, the poorest, and the most underserved in terms of social services of all groups in Anne Arundel County. CPT, formed in 2016, is the only mission for the Hispanic community in the reformed tradition in the area.