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Summer Tidings Newsletter

Read our newsletter to learn about the latest news and announcements. Details from this issue include Pastor Reflections, Session News, Returning to Brown, Tutoring Program, Hymn Sings and Summer Concerts, Green Team Food Justice, Events and more. June/July/August 2021 Tidings Newsletter  

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150 Years — Stories of Hope & Faith: A Conversation with Rev. David Malone

Following worship, as part of our ongoing celebration of Brown Memorial’s 150th Anniversary, Pastor David Malone, who served our congregation during the collapse of “one church, two locations,” will share some of his favorite memories, stories, and reflections from those momentous and pivotal years. Remain on the worship link to join the conversation.   Click … Continue reading 150 Years — Stories of Hope & Faith: A Conversation with Rev. David Malone

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Minister of Music Michael Britt playing the Skinner organ.

90th Anniversary of Ernest Skinner Pipe Organ

On Sunday morning, April 26, 1931 the newly-constructed Chancel at Brown Memorial along with our beloved Ernest Skinner Pipe Organ was dedicated. On April 25, 2021, at 3 pm, we will celebrate the 90th anniversary of this beautiful space and instrument at a concert given by our Minister of Music and Organist, Michael T. Britt.   As … Continue reading 90th Anniversary of Ernest Skinner Pipe Organ

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Job Openings

The Brown Memorial Tutoring Program, located in the heart of Bolton Hill in Baltimore City, is seeking a part-time  Assistant Director to assist the Director in all areas of program planning and leadership. View the Job Description.

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pipes of the EM Skinner organ

April/May Tidings Newsletter

In our April/May 2021 Messenger read about the latest news and announcements. Details from this issue include Session News and Notes Choosing Priorities, Organ Celebration Concert, Trustee’s Update, Learning Experiences to Explore Race, Farewell to Amy Munds, Green Team Volunteer Opportunities and more. Read the April/May 2021 Tidings Newsletter.  

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