West Kensington Ministry Seeks Artists for 2020 Stations of the Cross

Resources From Conversations on the Southern Border

November 2019 Stated Meeting: Minutes in Brief and Digital Resources

Delegation of Presbytery Leadership Collegium to Visit Southern Border

Matthew 25 Commitment

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Rev. Jean Howard Morton

It is with both sadness and resurrection hope that we report the death of Rev. Jean Howard Morton, who went to be with the Lord on Monday 20th May 2019. Rev. Jean Morton was an Honorably Retired minister, and was a long-time member of Aston Presbyterian Church for many years. She was the benefactor who […]

A New Confessional Logo: The Cross of Christ that Shapes Our Witness

A NEW CONFESSIONAL LOGO The Cross of Christ that Shapes Our Witness We are excited to reveal a new confessional logo for our ministry together. The image is both simple and familiar, incorporating layers of sacred meaning related to our shared faith: the upward movement of the lower image speaks to God as Creator, who […]

Presbytery Meeting Re-cap for November 13, 2018

Baker Trust: Grant for Germantown Residents and Not-for-Profits

Baker Trust: Grant for Germantown Residents and Not-for-Profits Benefiting Children, Youth, Elderly, and People with Disabilities. The Trustees of the Combined Baker Trust are pleased to report that they are now making grants from a Trust established by the philanthropist Gertrude B. Baker, as described on the next page. Before her death in 1973, Baker […]

First Presbyterian in Kensington Hosts “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” on Nov.3

The First Presbyterian Church in Kensington invites all to come out for a special neighborly afternoon! At 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 3, 2018 – they’ll be showing the hit documentary of the summer, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”, followed by a discussion time for us to share our thoughts about the film, about the […]