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A film house poster of the 1921 film "The Three Musketeers."

Silent Film and Organ Benefit Concert March 10, 7:30 pm

Brown Memorial is pleased to present a screening of the 1921 silent film, “The Three Musketeers” starring Douglas Fairbanks, on March 10 in the sanctuary. During the film, Michael Britt, Brown Memorial’s minister of music, will perform live, improvised organ accompaniment on Brown’s historic 1931 Skinner organ. This event is a unique opportunity to view a silent film just as audiences did in the early 20th Century when theater houses used pipe organs to provide musical accompaniment as a more affordable alternative to paying a full orchestra.

A youth speaks from the pulpit during Sunday worship.

Youth Sunday is Feb. 12

Our 10th-12th grade youth are hard at work on this year’s Youth Sunday Service, which is right around the corner.    Two of our graduating seniors, Nick Forward and Jake Schindler, will be preaching a challenging and spooky text from Luke 8, featuring demons, graveyards, chains, and freedom. They’ll be asking the question, “What are … Continue reading Youth Sunday is Feb. 12

Members of the Adult Bible Study class sit in a circle and discuss scripture.

Adult Education Class Begins Series on The Beatitudes

The Adult Education Class began a new series on The Beatitudes Jan. 22 and the series continues through Feb. 19. This class is a drop-in class with no homework or pre-requirements. Each class is a stand alone lesson.   We invite anyone interested to come hear what The Beatitudes are saying to us now. The … Continue reading Adult Education Class Begins Series on The Beatitudes

Photo of exterior of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church.

Our Worship Moves to Madison Ave. Presbyterian Jan. 15

On. Jan. 15, we are delving deeper into our cross-neighborhood, One Baltimore work and also keeping in mind Rev. Martin Luther King’s observation that the Sunday morning worship hour is the most segregated hour in America. We have accepted an invitation from our closest Presbyterian neighbor, Madison Avenue Presbyterian (2110 Madison Avenue), to worship with them at 10 a.m.

David Mock stands with a student he tutoring during 2015/16.

Tutoring Program Celebration of Service

During the last school year, Tyion Matthews, then a 3rd grader at John Eager Howard Elementary School, enjoyed a rewarding routine. Taking part in the Brown Memorial Tutoring Program, Tyion was greeted each week by his tutor, longtime Brown Memorial member David Mock. Separated in age by more than 80 years, the two developed a warm relationship.