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Longest Night Service of Lament, Dec. 21, 7 p.m.

Known also as “Blue Christmas,” a Longest Night Gathering is a safe and sacred space to mourn the losses and griefs of the year, to let the tears flow for the hurting places in our own lives, as well as for our country and our world. Click “Read More” for more service details and the Zoom link.


Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols, Dec. 24, 5:30 p.m.

This year, for everyone’s health and safety, our candlelight service retelling the Christmas story will be a beautiful virtual remembrance of the birth of our Lord and Savior. Click “Read More” for the Zoom link and remember, the prelude begins at 5:00 p.m.


Christmas Joy Offering

In lieu of your traditional poinsettia order consider making a donation to our Christmas Love Offering which provides support to several community organizations serving West Baltimore.

A view of the outside of Brown Memorial.

Tidings Newsletter

Read our November/December 2020 newsletter titled, Brown Memorial Turns 150, to learn about the latest news and announcements. Details from this issue include: Marking the December 4th Anniversary, Pastor Reflections, Session News & Notes, Exploring Racial Equity, Anti-Racism Guide 3-Part Series, Rockrose Farm Spotlight, and Advent Activities. Read the Tidings Newsletter.

A Tiffany window showing Jesus.

Tour Brown Memorial from Home

While Brown Memorial is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, you can visit remotely by taking a cell phone audio tour of the sanctuary, accompanied by photography on the website. Dial 410-630-4298 and listen and learn about Brown Memorial’s Tiffany and stained-glass windows, extensive wood carvings, Skinner pipe organ and labyrinth housed inside the 150-old sanctuary … Continue reading Tour Brown Memorial from Home