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About

six:eight UCC is a new church in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore. We meet Sundays at 5pm at St. Luke’s ELCA, at the corner of Chesnut and 36th St, across the street from The Charmery on the Avenue. We are GLBTQ-friendly.

The name six:eight comes from the Bible verse Micah 6:8, and gives us our three core values – “Do Justice, Love Kindness, Walk Humbly with God.”

Do Justice

Each month, six:eight gathers people to take part in service projects that range from sorting donations at the Maryland Food Bank to picking up trash along Baltimore waterways, to planting trees and helping seniors have a fun night playing bingo. We also encourage one another to speak up for our neighbors and our environment in the public square.

Love Kindness

If you are hoping to blend in to the background when you go to church, six:eight is probably not the best place for you. But if you are interested in a genuine welcome and the opportunity to connect, please give us a try. There are usually 10-15 of us meeting on a Sunday, and one of the most important parts of our time together is the time we spend in conversation – getting to know each other and learning together what each week’s Bible story means for our lives. We start each week with this community welcome: “No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.”

Walk Humbly

Spirituality is at the heart of what it means to us to be a church. Our music is a mix of bluegrass, Americana, and modern and traditional hymns, with many of them originals or new arrangements. Worship is centered in story – the story of God’s love for us in the Bible, and our own stories, and how the two are in conversation with each other. God calls us to both prayer and action. Church helps us connect to both and to support each other as we do.

Want to know more? Get in touch with Pastor Amy: pastoramy@sixeightucc.org.

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