Bmpa Membership Welcome


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This is a new Welcome brochure assembled by the Membership Committee at Brown Memorial Park Ave. Presbyterian church in Baltimore. I designed it and laid it out, using the church\'s logo.

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Bmpa Membership Welcome

  1. 1. Visiting?... Vision elcome Welcome to Brown Memorial Park Avenue. Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Here are a few things you might find helpful: Church (USA) strives to witness to God’s W • We welcome children to our worship inclusive love and prophetic vision for our city and service; we also have a nursery. world. Through worship, educational, spiritual, • Communion is offered the first Sunday and mission activities we seek to deepen our of each month; it is open to all who commitment to God and each other. This strive to follow Jesus Christ. growing and deepening is equipping us for a • You are invited to join us in the Assembly public, relevant ministry, and enabling us to value Room right after church to meet friends and enlarge the diversity of our congregation. As and enjoy light refreshments. followers of Jesus Christ we continue to hunger for social justice in our city and world, and we Ask an usher or greeter about: seek out people who share this desire. • Hearing assistance • Bathrooms m ission • Parking • Large print bulletins, hymnals, and Bibles We participate in God’s mission by: • Child care • cultivating a loving community, • deepening our spiritual life, Please complete a contact card located at the end • equipping ourselves as followers of of the pews so that we may welcome you Jesus Christ for public witness, and via phone, e-mail, or note. • inviting others to partner with us. 1316 Park avenue visit our weBsite at Baltimore , mD 21217 410-523-1542 for Directions , calenDar , activities , staff, contact information, anD more . 9-2009
  2. 2. W ho we a re .... SunDay O ur m inistries We are a community of people who gather to • worship, nursery, anD chilDren’s gloBal m ission encourage one another in our spiritual growth, c hurch at 11 a.m. • El Salvador in our understanding of Christian faith, in our • Cameroon ministries to persons and situations of human • christian e Ducation for children, • The Dakota Partnership need, and in our relationships with one another. youth, and adults at 10 a.m. • Hau Kola/Koda Learning Camps • Pine Ridge Reservation and Lake Traverse We seek to be inclusive of persons who differ in • summer scheDule (Memorial Day Reservation (both in South Dakota) viewpoints, racial and ethnic heritage, lifestyle, through Labor Day) Worship at 10 a.m. age, and other human characteristics. We try in and no Sunday School or Adult Forum. urBan witness our use of language to express inclusiveness as • Tutoring clearly as possible. WeDnesDay nights @ Brown • Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary School • B.U.I.L.D. • D inner at 5:30 p.m. Staff • Casseroles for Our Daily Bread • Support of the Samaritan Community name e-mail a DDress • activity at 6:30 p.m. Program of • Support of the Compass Foundation church community interest for adults Andrew Foster Connors, Pastor • Peace Activism (e.g., bible study, conflict resolution); Emily Martin, Associate Pastor • Meals on Wheels Music and art education for children. John Walker, Minister of Music music m inistry Rachel Cunningham, • Join us for either the dinner or the activity Director of Children and Family Ministry • Choir or both. • Handbell Choir Kate Foster Connors, Youth Director • Tiffany Series • Children’s Music Sharon Holley, Church Secretary o ther m inistries • Diversity • Eco-Stewardship