Month: June 2016

Members of the Luminare Choir sing in concert.

Artscape Events at Brown

Brown Memorial is once again taking part in America’s largest free arts festival – Artscape 2016. From July 15-17, we are inviting the community into our Sanctuary to view the artistry of our stained glass windows and listen to the musical talents of visiting youth choirs.   Our events are part of Artscape’s “In The Neighborhood” … Continue reading Artscape Events at Brown

Members of Brown give a concert on the church front steps July 8.

Free Friday Night Music in July

Join us on the church front steps at 7:30 p.m. Beverages will be provided and we encourage everyone to bring a snack to share. Seating will be provided, or bring a lawn chair. The music will feature a little something for everyone – sacred, secular, folk, rock, contemporary, art song.

Prayer candles burning

Ecumenical Prayer Vigil for Orlando – Sunday, June 12, 7pm

Our hearts are broken over the massacre that occurred in a gay club last night in Orlando.  We are grieved whenever lives are lost at the hands of a gun, and we are especially grieved and angry that the LGBTQ community has been terrorized in a space that was intended to be safe and joyful. … Continue reading Ecumenical Prayer Vigil for Orlando – Sunday, June 12, 7pm

Members of Brown Memorial walk through the street in El Salvador in 2014

Brown Delegation Prepares for Travel to El Salvador

On June 18, a delegation of nine people will travel from Brown Memorial to Maria Madre De Los Pobres, a Catholic parish in San Salvador. The delegation is comprised of two adult leaders (Tim Hughes and Susan Saudek), two college students (Samirah Franklin and Killian McGinnis), and five high school students (Dever Cunningham, Jake Schindler, … Continue reading Brown Delegation Prepares for Travel to El Salvador

A tutor smiles with her student at the end of the 2015/16 school year.

Tutoring Program Celebrates Student Achievement in 2015/16

With the school year ended, the Brown Memorial Tutoring Program said goodbye – for now – to the 83 first through fifth graders who came each week from neighboring city schools for reading and literacy instruction. On May 24, 2016, 190 people including students and their families, tutors and staff from three Baltimore City Public Schools, gathered together to celebrate the close of the program’s 52nd year.