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A picture of the book cover of "Gift and Task."

Read Our Weekly Lenten Reflections on Facebook

Each week during Lent, we are sharing our reflections on devotions written by Walter Brueggemann in his book, “Gift and Task”—a book being studied in our Wednesday morning Bible Study (10:30 a.m.). We are sharing these reflections here and on our Facebook page each week, along with questions to ponder.

A Tiffany window in Brown Memorial's sanctuary showing Christ in Gethsemane.

Lenten Activities and Worship Services

Our 2018 Lenten Activities and Worship Services Fat Tuesday Pancake Supper Tues. Feb. 13, 6-8 p.m. Gather at Memorial Episcopal for pancakes and sausage AND a re-match of the infamous pancake relay race. Memorial took the prize at last year’s inaugural race but sources say redemption is at hand for Brown at what is shaping … Continue reading Lenten Activities and Worship Services

Andrew Foster Connors and other clergy rally for gun safety in DC.

Andrew Foster Connors Joins Clergy Advocating for Gun Safety

Photo credit: David F. Choy   On Jan. 25, Andrew Foster Connors and about 25 leaders from BUILD (Andrew is a clergy co-chair of BUILD) took part in a series of actions in support of Do Not Stand Idly By, a campaign organized by Metro IAF that is pushing Mayors to take leadership on gun … Continue reading Andrew Foster Connors Joins Clergy Advocating for Gun Safety

Youth from Brown Memorial gather with members of the No Boundaries Coalition.

Youth Group Holds Meeting with No Boundaries Coalition

Twenty-four young people from Brown Memorial, Corpus Christi and Memorial Episcopal traveled from Bolton Hill to Sandtown-Winchester to meet with 10 youth organizers from the No Boundaries Coalition on Sunday, Jan. 21. After ice breakers and some teaching, they split into small groups to ask what young people need in this moment in Baltimore City.

A newly installed steel beam inside Brown Memorial's church south tower.

Space Shuffle: Activities Relocated during Renovation

We are excited that our Capital Renovation projects are underway (pictured above is the steel beam installed January 1 inside the church South Tower to secure its internal structure). But with the construction comes a little dust and a lot of reshuffling of our space usage.   This winter, renovation work begins on both the … Continue reading Space Shuffle: Activities Relocated during Renovation