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A view of the Assembly Room inside the renovated Fellowship Building.

Fellowship Building Renovations Complete

The Fellowship Building underwent a $1.4 million renovation in 2018 to improve its accessibility, usability and environmental sustainability. Our design/build team of architects Murphy & Dittenhafer and contractors AR Marani worked with the church’s construction team to complete the project by Christmas.

Brown Memorial's Chancel Choir singing during an event.

Tiffany Series Choir Concert May 5 Features Talk with Leonard Bernstein’s Son

Leonard Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms,” an exhilarating work that expresses the composer’s hope for fellowship and peace in the world, will be performed by the choirs of Brown Memorial and Beth El Congregation under the baton of Tom Hall. Michael Britt will play the organ accompaniment in this concluding Tiffany Series event of the season.The concert, which celebrates the church’s 150th anniversary, will be presented on Sunday, May 5, 2019, at 3 p.m.  A reception will follow.


Benefit Concert for BUILD

Sunday, April 7, Brown Memorial will present: “Brothers, Sing On,” a benefit concert for BUILD. The program will feature “The Baltimore Regional Community Male Chorus” under the direction of Hugh Carey and Brown Memorial’s own “Soulful Revue.” The concert begins at 4:00 p.m., doors open at 3:00 p.m.   Suggested Donation: $20 General Admission $15 … Continue reading Benefit Concert for BUILD

The alter at Brown Memorial decorated for Easter.

Holy Week Activities and Services

During Holy Week, our Sunday worship times are 11 a.m. on April 14 (Palm Sunday) and April 21 (Easter Sunday). Our Education Hour and Meditation Circle do not take place.   The following activities and services are planned:   Palm Sunday Branches & Brunch Sunday, April 14 We gather with Corpus Christi Catholic and Memorial … Continue reading Holy Week Activities and Services

A church member looks at the Bible during the Adult Education Hour.

Adult Education Hour Focuses on “Rhythms for the Journey”

During Lent, the Adult Education class on Sunday mornings will take a break from its lectionary based curriculum to delve into our “Rhythms for the Journey” theme. We’ll be introducing a new spiritual practice concept each week that we hope you’ll explore further throughout the week using our daily email reflections. All classes meet on the second floor of the Fellowship Building in Room 200/201 at 9:45 a.m.