Since 2015, Brown Memorial has provided staff support and financial contributions to the Baltimore Youth Organizing Project (BYOP), a youth-led community organizing initiative created by BUILD and the No Boundaries Coalition. This month, BYOP has been meeting with Baltimore’s Mayor and the City Council to advocate for youth jobs and after-school program funding.READ MORE >
Every fourth Sunday this church year we have featured “Ignite” presentations over lunch after worship. This month we are holding our final Ignite event of the year. If you haven’t attended one yet, now is the time. The presentations are just seven minutes long and are given by members of our local community on subjects … Continue reading Final Ignite Lunch of the Year April 30READ MORE >
During Holy Week, April 9-16, our activities and services will include a Palm Procession on Palm Sunday, a Taize service, a Maunday Thursday supper and service, a Good Friday Tenebrae service, and an Easter sunrise service followed by the regular 11 a.m. worship service.READ MORE >
“Close your eyes and listen as far outside as you can. Listen for the birds or a car driving by. Now listen in the building…listen for the children laughing downstairs. Now listen in the room … for the clock ticking. Now listen for your heartbeat … and breathe.”
This might sound like a yoga class, but the students in the Brown Memorial Tutoring Program are starting their sessions with a 5-minute mindfulness exercise, preparing their minds and bodies for concentration and work with their tutors.
Responding to proposed deep cuts in funding for Baltimore City public schools, 16 Brown Memorial members stood side-by-side with city school principals at a rally organized by BUILD (Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development) Feb. 27 to protest the cuts. Elizabeth Reichelt, who serves on Brown Memorial’s Session and is an active BUILD participant, addressed … Continue reading Brown Members Advocate for City School FundsREAD MORE >