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BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN PEACE OFFICERS AND THE REST OF THE COMMUNITY


A FILM BY A.J. ALI and ERROL WEBBER. More than four years in the making, “Walking While Black: L.O.V.E. Is The Answer” presents proven action steps to bridge the painful gap between peace officers and the communities they serve. L.O.V.E. is an acronym for Learn about the community and the people in it,  Featuring interviews with peace officers, faith leaders, educators, activists and others, the film offers an inspiring blueprint to end racial profiling and heal our communities. Presented by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and hosted by Nativity and Holy Comforter. Watch the trailer here.


Sunday Forum on Faith @ 9:15 am

Retrace Jesus’ steps through the Passion story of each Gospel. As the course culminates with the Gospel of John, we come to see that Jesus’ crucifixion was in fact His coronation as King of Creation—His cross was His throne.


Lenten Study Series

We focus on Luther’s Small Catechism and its equivalent Episcopal catechism, learning about the tenets of our faith. Potluck dinner at 6:30 pm and discussion at 7:15 pm.

  • March 22 is Jazz Vespers only – no dinner
  • March 29 – The Sacrament of Holy Communion
  • April 5 – The Office of the Keys with Bishop Bill Gohl

Come be our Neighbors!

6112york_web1-600x450We recently purchased the adjacent building and parking lot just south of our church at 6112 York Road. It has 8000 square feet that we would love to lease to a great organization or office needing space. It can easily be subdivided among several tenants. Please contact the Reverend T. Stewart Lucas if you would like to discuss this exciting opportunity.  Check out the property brochure with pictures and floorplans here.


Tai Chi Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 pm.
Priscilla Brown leads the class in the rear of the church or Hart Hall. If you have ever done Tai Chi, you know it is an extraordinary practice – perfect for all levels of fitness. Every stance is a prayer. $5 suggested donation.

Yoga Tuesday from 7:00-8:00 pm.
Karen Baroody leads this class. Every breath is a prayer. No sign up required, just show up with your yoga mat and $5 and leave with a quiet mind and grateful body.

Watch sermons and special videos.
Listen to the WYPR interview with our clergy.

Read the article from the Baltimore Sun! Watch our story on WBAL.

An Episcopal-Lutheran community in Baltimore.