Author Archives: Amy
Join us on Christmas Eve, December 24th, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus! The service is at 5pm, with candlelight, traditional carols sung in a bluegrass style, and all the magic of Christmas. Come as you are to experience this story of love, joy, and wonder.
As we gear up for 2015, this is a great time to consider what your commitment will be to six:eight’s mission of connecting people to each other, to God and to making a difference. The 2015 commitment card is a chance to put in writing what you plan to invest in terms of time, talent … Continue reading
Saturday, October 4, 2014, hosted at United Evangelical Church, UCC in Canton, 3200 Dillon St, 21224.Doors open and the music starts at 7:30, the show gets going at 8pm. six:eight’s fundraiser will be a night of fun featuring improv comedy from Baltimore Improv Group’s Minority Re’port, Evan the Loyal, and from Charm City Comedy Project, … Continue reading
This Sunday, July 6th, we’ll be combining services with Good Shepherd UMC, the church that has been our host these last few months in the wake of our space being flooded out. Next week, July 13th, we’re trying out a new time and place – St. Luke’s on the Avenue, at the corner of 36th … Continue reading
As we continue our search for a new place to worship, we want your help! You may be the one who knows about a great space, and the connections for getting us in there. Just download the form, go through the space, fill out the info, and let us know the results. Who knows? We … Continue reading
Here’s the sermon from last week – on 2/12/14 we marked the second anniversary of our launch date. Enjoy!
Thanks to Ryan Heemann for guest-preaching on Sunday, January 12th. Please enjoy his sermon!
Here’s the sermon from December 1st – enjoy!
We had worship with week with our mother church, St. Mark’s UCC and during the sermon saw this slideshow with some of the many ways we’ve been able to make a difference together over the last two years, something we’re very thankful for. Please enjoy!
In this week’s sermon, we look at Amos’ call for a just society, and how six:eight is all about the balance – love, justice AND faith. Take a moment to watch and then consider how you can be a part of it! The Commitment Card give you a chance to see how we might grow … Continue reading