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Pipe Organ breathes new life at Zion Church

The Psalmist said, “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord… Come into his presence with singing.” For the congregation and choir at the Zion Church in Baltimore, Maryland, the charge to make a joyful noise had become increasingly difficult, as […]

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Pipe Organ breathes new life at Zion Church

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The Psalmist said, “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord… Come into his presence with singing.” For the congregation and choir at the Zion Church in Baltimore, Maryland, the charge to make a joyful noise had become increasingly difficult, as […]

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Easter sunrise service at Lovely Lane Methodist Church

Lovely Lane sanctuary (Justus Heger) The streets of Baltimore were surprisingly busy for the pre-dawn hours of a cold Sunday morning.  Men in sharply pressed suits and women in colorful spring

Elements of the Passover Seder include festival candles, a kiddush cup and the Seder plate. (All photos by Anthony C. Hayes)

Passover: Messianic minister Fred Lessans builds bridges between Christians and Jews

“Why is this night different from all other nights?”  For more than 3000 years, Jewish children have been asking their parents that simple question at Passover.  Yet the answer

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St. Mark’s Lutheran Church: Inspiring sanctuary, organ set mood for worship

James Harp, the Cantor at St. Mark's Lutheran Church plays the organ at a recent service. (Justus Heger) Elegant or austere? What sets the mood for worship?  For some, it is spires, stained

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Cancer survivor starts New Year spiritually centered with Sufism

New Years Day - 2013 On a morning when many awoke hung over from the previous night’s revelry, Aileen Sabira awoke refreshed and renewed.  The Baltimore poet and part-time sales clerk decided

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Christmas morning at the Basilica in Baltimore

A light dusting of snow covered the lawns and the rooftops of the red brick homes I passed at 7:00 a.m.  The streets glistened as rock salt and the

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