The Pikesville community welcomes all faiths and religions. Providing daily worship services and activities for residents and visitors, the religious community of Pikesville is accommodating to every faith.
Pikesville is home to a large Jewish community. There are numerous synagogues in the area that cater to the Jewish population that provide Shabbat worship services, bar/bat Mitzvah services, youth camps and Hebrew school. Beth Tfiloh, a synagogue, school and youth center, can be found at 3300 Old Court Road and less than one mile from Pikesville High School. The Beth Tfiloh congregation provides weekly Shabbat services, with sermons given by Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg. Members and visitors can also enjoy a variety of children’s services such as babysitting, dinners and an alternative service that appeals to youth.
Although Pikesville is a predominantly Jewish community, all religions are recognized and have a place of worship here. For residents and visitors of the Catholic faith, the St. Charles Borromeo, a Roman Catholic Church, can be found one door down from the Chamber’s office. Masses are held at 8 a.m., 10:15 a.m. and 12 Noon on Sundays and 4 p.m. on Saturdays, along with other weekly prayer services. They also offer baptism services, marriages, reconciliation and a youth ministry.