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The Presbytery of Baltimore offers several scholarships to assist individuals and congregations in ministry through the church:

 

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS:
 
 
This $5,000 Student Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to deserving high school students who wish to further their education at an accredited college or university. 
Deadline May 15.

Ruth Gosnell Education Fund

The fund provides interest free loans to full-time college juniors, seniors and graduate school candidates for the 2017/2018 academic year. All applicants will be given impartial consideration regardless of religion. 
Deadline March 1.


Bridges Ministers' Trust Scholarship

Applicants must be under the care or registered as an Inquirer with the committees on Preparation on Ministry of the Presbytery of Baltimore, Newcastle Presbytery, or National Capital Presbytery to receive consideration. Bridges Fund is open to any matriculated theological student or intended theological student at the following academic institutions only: Union Seminary (Richmond), Princeton Theological Seminary, McCormick Theological Seminary, Louisville Theological Seminary, Columbia Theological Seminary, and the following colleges: Davidson, Hampden-Sydney.
Deadline April 25.


Synod Scholarship:

Euler Scholarship for Seminary Students

http://www.synatlantic.org/  Click on “Scholarships” in the left column, and scroll to the bottom of the page. If you have further questions, please email Debbie Schmidt at: dschmidt@baltimorepresbytery.org.

 

 

 

MISSION SCHOLARSHIPS:

Robert J. Turner Memorial Fund

This memorial fund is established to enable young members of churches in the Presbytery to participate in foriegn or domestic mission projects aimed at expanding understanding of the diverse nature of Jesus Christ's Kingdom. 
Deadline May 15.


Herbert D. Valentine Millennium Fund for Grants, Scholarships and Mission Endeavors

This fund is granted to individuals engaging in mission studies and to groups planning to strengthen their faith community's efforts to "care for the least of these." 
Deadline May 15.