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FCF is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America.

We believe that each believer and church is called to demonstrate unity, whether through biblically rooted denominations, church associations or networks, or a combination of all. One important way that we pursue Christian unity is through our membership in the PCA (Psalm 133:1), which also provides a means to protect the witness and promote the peace of the church (Acts 15:2), pathways for encouragement, equipping and calling of church leaders (1 Timothy 4:14), and a partnership to strategically forward the mission of church planting and other works of the Kingdom (Acts 13:1-2).

FCF is also connected with other ministry and church networks, in order to use multiple ways to show forth the person and mission of Christ in the world.  

Christian Community Development Association

CCDA is a network of churches and nonprofits dedicated to a vision of holistically restored communities with Christians fully engaged in the process of transformation. CCDA’s mission is “to inspire, train, and connect Christians who seek to bear witness to the Kingdom of God by reclaiming and restoring under-resourced communities.”

Partners for Transformation

Partners for Transformation is an interdenominational regional prayer network that gathers to seek the Lord’s blessing and direction for the city of Baltimore. It exists to reveal the heart of God through the unity of the Church by sacrificially praying and serving so that the Baltimore region is healed, reconciled and transformed.

New City Network

FCF is linked to other churches in our denomination through New City Network network of churches that are committed to reaching the lost through ministries of evangelism, justice and reconciliation. New City Network seeks to apply Galatians 2, where we are reminded that as we proclaim Christ we should not forget to “remember the poor.” 

Chesapeake Presbytery

FCF belongs to the Chesapeake Presbytery, which is made up of PCA churches in the north central region of Maryland.