Please join us for our Lenten Activities and Worship Services, as well as sign-up to receive our daily E-Devotional during the 40 days of Lent.
Feb. 7, following worship
Brown Memorial Assembly Room
An opportunity over coffee hour to explore incorporating different forms of spiritual practice into this Lenten Season.
Feb. 10, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday Tri-Church Service of Worship
Corpus Christi Church, 110 W Lafayette Ave
“From dust you came, and to dust you will return.” We gather with our brothers and sisters from Corpus Christi Catholic Church and Memorial Episcopal Church for an annual ecumenical service of worship featuring the combined choirs of Brown Memorial Park Avenue and Memorial Episcopal churches.
Wednesdays, Feb. 10 – March 23, Noon
Ecumenical Worship Services
Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian
Join us as we host this mid-week Lenten worship with our brothers and sisters across West Baltimore, a tradition started by the Rev. Marion Bascom after the ‘68 Baltimore Riots. Lunch will be served following each service. Free-will offerings are gratefully appreciated. Contact Barbara Francis (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you can volunteer to offer hospitality through greeting, ushering or food service.
Prayer Stations – Beginning Ash Wednesday
Weekly Prayer Opportunities
Brown Memorial Sanctuary
Stations for interactive prayer will be available throughout Lent. A new station will be added each week, culminating with the Maundy Thursday contemplative worship experience.
Tri-Church Education Series – “Hospitality in an Age of Terror”
Dinner 6:30 p.m.; Service 7-8:30 p.m.
Wednesdays, March 2, 9, and 16
Memorial Episcopal,1407 Bolton St.
How do our theological traditions speak to the responsibility of guests and hosts in an age marked by terror and fear? How do we make space for the “stranger” in a city experiencing spikes in crime and violence? How do we make room for immigrants from other lands at a time of terrorist acts against innocents? Join members and friends of Brown Memorial, Memorial Episcopal and Corpus Christi churches as we break bread together and delve into this timely, challenging topic.