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A collage of photos of Dever Cunningham at the PFLC.

What I Did At Camp This Summer…

This summer was the fourth year that my mom, brother and I volunteered at the Pejuhutazizi Family Learning Camp in the Upper Sioux Community (also known as the Pejuhutazizi Oyate) in Granite Falls, Minnesota. I love every year of the camp experience, which lasts a week for the Baltimore Dakota Learning Camp crew of staff, campers and organizers. I’ve been a counselor for four years and I can’t wait to go back and see the kids in my group. All of the kids in my group are amazing and brilliant in their own way.

A sculpture image.

What’s New With Adult Education

Join in the Adult Education class this fall to take a new look at Jesus’ parables. Each week we’ll start with looking at photos of theologian/artist Charles McCollough’s sculptures (pictured above and on homepage courtesy of to give us a new way of seeing these very-visual word pictures.

Members of Brown gather around a picnic table outside of Brown in September 2015.

Bring a Dish! Rally Day Picnic Sept. 11 after Worship

Join us for our “back to church” celebratory day on September 11. Worship returns to 11 a.m., and after the worship hour, we will hold our first Community Potluck Lunch, a potluck barbeque on the church steps, including a Tiffany Windows Tour in the sanctuary. We’ll do the grilling and provide drinks and desserts, you bring a side dish to share. This year, the rest of the Bolton Hill neighborhood is invited to join us.

An image of light shining down on Jesus as portrayed in one of Brown's Tiffany windows.

Tiffany Windows Tour Sept. 11, 12:30 pm

Get an up-close view of Baltimore’s (and the world’s) largest and finest collection of Tiffany art still in its original setting during a free community tour of our beautiful sanctuary windows. Arrive early for our 11 a.m. worship, and grab lunch during our community potluck on the church front steps.


Photos from Pejuhutazizi 2016

A stalwart contingent from Brown Memorial traveled to the Upper Sioux Indian Community in western Minnesota for the fourth Pejuhutazizi Family Learning Camp (PFLC), July 25-28. Five families from Brown and one family from Hunting Ridge Presbyterian attended. In all, 17 people traveled from Baltimore and partnered with the Pejuhutazizi Presbyterian Church to host the camp.