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Baltimore Musicales is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to preserving the art of the song recital. Through accessible, engaging, and diverse programs of art song, opera, and musical theater, they introduce audiences to the power and beauty of the unamplified voice. Singers share the meanings of poetry and librettos, biographical information about the composers, and historical and literary contexts, allowing listeners to form deeper and more personal connections to the music. Baltimore Musicales hopes to cultivate new audiences for these genres in addition to building a sense of community through these shared experiences. They meet on select Sundays at 6:30pm throughout the year.  Visit baltimoremusicales.org for more information.


The Children’s Village

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The Children’s Village of Baltimore, a parent/child program, is led by two early childhood experts.  At the Children’s Village, infants and toddlers come together with their parents in a warm, welcoming environment that is rich in opportunities for children to wonder, explore, and be joyful. As parents participate in fostering their children’s curiosity and creativity, they gain a deeper understanding of child development and become more confident in their individual capabilities.  Classes meet Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday mornings from 9:30-11:30am.


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Our Job Hunters' Support Group meets on Tuesdays at 1pm in the Narthex. A free sandwich lunch is provided. Janet Glover-Kerkvliet coordinates this group for people hunting for work to share job hunting ideas and tips and to support each other emotionally. Sometimes it helps just to know that other people empathize with your situation.  If you know of people searching for work, please share this information with them. Questions? Call the Roland Park Community Center Office 410-435-1506 or the program director at 410-627-2372.


The Daybreak Group

 

This AA group meets Monday through Friday at 7am in the Fellowship Hall.


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The ManKind Project is men’s community for the 21st Century. MKP is a nonprofit training and education organization with three decades of proven success hosting life-changing experiential personal development programs for men. MKP supports a global network of free peer-facilitated men’s groups and supports men in leading lives of integrity, authenticity, and service.  We believe that emotionally mature, powerful, compassionate, and purpose-driven men will help heal some of our society’s deepest wounds. We support the powerful brilliance of men and we are willing to look at, and take full responsibility for, the pain we are also capable of creating – and suffering. We care deeply about men, our families, communities, and the planet. 

Meetings are held on Thursdays at 7:30pm in the Fellowship Hall.


Tuesday Women's Group

This women's AA group is dedicated to the program of recovery and meets Tuesdays 10 - 11am in the Fellowship Hall.


This meditation group meets Wednesdays at 7pm in the Fellowship Hall.

 

 

 


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Baltimore Drum Church is a live, group meditation experience.  The drum serves as a vehicle to connect with the Divine spirit that is inside each and every one of us.  Our Gatherings offer an opportunity to think, meditate or pray in your own way while riding a rhythm wave to awaken a spiritual connection. Baltimore Drum church is not a “drum circle”.  It is a guided journeying experience through communal drumming. All we ask is for you to bring your sense of wonderment and a drum. A limited number of drums will be made available for those who desire to drum but have none.


Theta Healing with Jill

This amazing deep miraculous energy healing approach is like the perfect combination of healing prayer and meditation. Jill is a master theta healer and instructor. She's honored to be a member of the Roland Park Community Center. She offers community guided meditations and courses using the energy of the creator of all that is.


Voice Lessons

Schedule singing lessons with Artist-in-Residence Jason Buckwalter.  Contact the CCC office for more information and pricing or click the contact button to reach Jason directly.  


Beit Tikvah is a warm, diverse, egalitarian Reconstructionist Jewish congregation.  We take a progressive approach to Jewish life, integrating deep respect for traditional Judaism with the insights of contemporary life.  Beit Tikvah welcomes interfaith families, couples and individuals of all races, heritages, ethnicities and sexual orientations.  Visit www.beittikvah.org for more information and a full service schedule.


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You are welcome to join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30am for worship.  You're sure to be refreshed by good music and inspired by a unique and challenging sermon (with a Scottish flavor and Celtic references to Christian thought).  You don't have to wear a kilt or own any tartan to fit in or to walk in!  From the very young to the more mature folks, everyone is welcome.


Mt. Olivet Christian Church is a Christian Church (Disciples of Christ congregation.  The congregation is made up of families, singles, and persons of all ages on one accord, who believe that God is calling us to be a faithful and growing church that demonstrates true fellowship, deep Christian Spirituality, and a passion for justice and service to the community.  All are welcome to join us in worship and praise at 12:30pm.  We partake of communion every Sunday in remembrance of His death on the cross and resurrection from the dead that reminds us of the gift of eternal life.


The Gathering of Baltimore is a non-denominational Christ-centered Community.  We offer an inclusive and affirming culture both to those who have been life-long Christians and to those searching for answers.  We are committed to welcoming those who seek a warm and accepting congregation.  In this way we typify the emergent church; we are on a journey trusting God to lead us in the right direction.  Our focus is on meaningful relevant worship; in-depth, provocative study of Scripture; dedicated and active service to others; intentional care of each other in our community; and formation of the spirit through retreats, prayer, and weekly, open communion.  Services are at 5pm on Sundays.