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A large screen at Washington University's Graham Chapel displays the words "Big Tent."

Brown Members Attend “Eye-Opening” Big Tent Event

Julie Hanks and Chrystie Adams, members of Brown Memorial’s Global Mission Committee, participated in the recent Presbyterian Church (USA) Big Tent event in St. Louis, MO, July 6-8.  The theme of the conference was Race, Reconciliation, and Reformation, and both Julie and Chrystie attended workshops, opening and closing worship services and Bible studies on the … Continue reading Brown Members Attend “Eye-Opening” Big Tent Event

Candles burning in Brown Memorial's sanctuary.

Summer Schedule for Sunday Meditation Circle

Our Sunday Meditation Circle is continuing this summer at 9 a.m. in the Church House parlor, but the group is not meeting every week. In July, Meditation Circle will take place every Sunday except July 23, which is Artscape weekend. In August, Meditation Circle will take place every Sunday except August 6 and 13.

People gaze up at one of the large Tiffany stained glass windows in Brown's sanctuary during a windows tour.

Visit Brown Memorial During Artscape

With the Artscape Festival happening just a few blocks away, July 21-23, we will open the doors at Brown Memorial for our own free events as part of Artscape’s “In the Neighborhood” program. Take a break from the heat and come to the cool, beautiful serenity of our sanctuary in Bolton Hill for a silent film and organ concert July 21, and Tiffany windows tours July 22-23.

An artist's rendering of the renovated Assembly Room at Brown Memorial.

South Tower and Fellowship Hall Renovation Update

On Sunday, June 4, Brown Memorial’s construction team gave an update on the South Tower and Fellowship Hall renovation project during a congregational meeting. The purpose of Brown’s Capital renovation project is to improve the accessibility, safety and usability of Brown’s facilities. The South Tower repairs are expected to begin in September. The Fellowship Hall building renovation will begin in December/January and will take approximately 7 months.

The book jacket cover for "Jesus and the Disinherited"

Paperback + Pastor

Do you like to read? Do you like our pastor? If you answered yes to one or both questions, then join Andrew Foster Connors this summer for three different book discussions. The first is on June 28 and we will be reading “Jesus and the Disinherited,” by Howard Thurman.