Month: July 2016

Andrew at the lectern preaching.

Listen to our Summer Sermon Series: Antiheroes

What better time than the hot summer months to explore some of the Bible’s shadier characters?   For six Sundays during June and July, Andrew Foster Connors and Tim Hughes explored a different “antihero.” An antihero is a protagonist who “lacks conventional heroic qualities such as idealism, courage or morality. These individuals often possess dark … Continue reading Listen to our Summer Sermon Series: Antiheroes


Dispatches from El Salvador

A delegation from Brown Memorial traveled to El Salvador and reunited with our long-time Catholic parish partner there, Maria Madre De Los Pobres, in June. The group helped build an irrigation system, visited the Godchildren supported by Brown families, learned first-hand about the violence the community has endured, and experienced how the people of San Salvador keep their spirits strong not only through faith, but also through soccer, basketball and salsa dancing.

A girl writes during an exercise at the 2016 Soaring Eagles Learning Camp.

Soaring Eagles Learning Camp 2016 Sparks Creativity

Brown Memorial hosted its annual Soaring Eagles Learning Camp at Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary June 27-30. The campers took part in math games, hands-on science, creative writing, robotics and jazzercise. They even produced their own magazine.