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A sign in front of Iglesia Presbyteriana de Camajuani.

Brown Delegation Travels to Cuba April 27-May 2

Members of Brown Memorial are traveling to Camajuani, Cuba, April 27-May 2, to continue discernment of a relationship with the Iglesia Presbyteriana de Camajuani. Ahead of the next mission trip, the Brown delegation is collecting over-the-counter medicines as a gift from Brown Memorial to the Presbyterian church in Camajuani, where there is a great need for these medications.

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Brown Memorial to Join the March

Folks from Brown Memorial, Corpus Christi, Memorial Episcopal and Light Street Presbyterian are joining forces in support of the March For Our Lives movement on March 24 where, according to the March organizers, kids and families “will take to the streets of Washington DC to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we … Continue reading Brown Memorial to Join the March

Brown Memorial in the snow.

Inclement Weather Cancellations March 21

Due to today’s inclement weather, our offices are closed and the 10:30 a.m. Bible study will not take place.   Also cancelled today is the noontime Ecumenical Service and the 6:30 p.m. Tri-Church Education event at Memorial Episcopal.   The Tri-Church Education series is tentatively rescheduled for Wednesday, April 4, but check our website calendar to confirm … Continue reading Inclement Weather Cancellations March 21

Members of Brown Memorial, Memorial Episcopal and Corpus Christi walk in the Palm Procession through Bolton Hill on Palm Sunday 2017.

Join Us for Holy Week, Mar. 25-Apr. 1

Join us for services throughout the week, beginning with Palm Sunday and ending with our Easter Sunday worship.

Official photo of Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimore City Health Commissioner.

City Health Commissioner, Dr. Leana Wen, to Speak on Opioid Crisis March 18

We are pleased to announce special guest, Dr. Leana Wen, Commissioner of Health in Baltimore City, will join us March 18, 12:15 p.m., to discuss concrete steps the faith community and wider community can take to alleviate suffering due to the opioid crisis, including reducing the stigma around addiction and treating it as a disease. The event takes place in the sanctuary after the 11 a.m. worship service, and is free and open to the community.