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PLAN YOUR VISIT 2017-11-17T16:48:24+00:00

CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH

Inner Harbor, 701 S. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
In 2017-18, Bach in Baltimore performs concerts on October 1 and November 5 at Christ Lutheran Church

Free garage parking is available in the Charles Light Parking garage, at 11 E. Lee St., Baltimore, MD 21230, on the south side of Lee St., with a validated ticket. Turn left into the garage traveling west from the Light St. intersection. Keep your gate ticket and come up the stairs to the church courtyard. Validate your ticket with the stamp inside the church for free parking.

“From the start, Christ Church was set apart in at least two ways: it was to be an English speaking Lutheran church, amidst several German-speaking ones, and all seats would be free and welcoming to all. On a cold, snowy day in December of 1887, 150 people were present at the morning service and 115 in the evening.”

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EMMANUAL EPISCOPAL CHURCH

811 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
In 2017-18, Bach in Baltimore performs concerts on December 3 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Parking is available in the PMI lot directly behind the church (enter the lot off Charles or Read Streets). On Sundays, visitors to Emmanuel may park in this lot for free until 1 pm simply by displaying the Emmanuel Parking Pass (available in the entryway of the church) on their dash. Outside of Sunday mornings, the fees for this lot vary depending on day and time. Street parking, both metered and unmetered, is often available throughout the neighborhood, particularly on Sunday mornings.

Since its founding in 1854, Emmanuel has taken its own distinctive perspective on Anglican theology and worship.

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Show your Handel Messiah ticket to receive 10% off your total bill at CAFÉ FILÍ before or after the performance on Sunday, December 3 at 4 pm.

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH

148 N. Gay Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
In 2017-18, Bach in Baltimore performs concerts on January 1 at Zion Lutheran Church

Free Parking is available in the lot to the adjacent right of Zion Church on the N. Gay St. entrance. There is also free street parking on E. Lexington, E. Saratoga and Holliday Streets.

“Founded in 1755, Zion Church of the City of Baltimore is the mother church of Lutheranism in the Baltimore metro region. Over the years it has evolved into much more than just “the German Church in Baltimore.”

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GRACE UNITED METHODIST

5407 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
In 2017-18, Bach in Baltimore performs concerts on January 7 at Grace United Methodist

Parking available on site.

We’re a congregation learning to serve one another, welcome everyone, grow together in faith, and embrace the tradition of following an unpredictable God.

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FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH

3604 Chatham Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042
In 2017-18, Bach in Baltimore performs concerts on February 4 and May 6 at First Lutheran Church

Parking available on site.

First Evangelical Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Founded in 1875, First moved to its present site in 1956, and has undergone several building additions, culminating in the present eight-sided sanctuary dedicated in 1996.

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THE CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER

5603 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
In 2017-18, Bach in Baltimore performs concerts on March 4 at Church of the Redeemer

Plenty of parking is available next to the church and across Melrose Avenue.

“The Church of the Redeemer is a community of 700 households in Northern Baltimore who strive to worship, care, serve and grow in Christ’s name. We welcome all those who, like us, search for a sense of the sacred, a sense of belonging, and a sense of being part of something larger than ourselves. ”

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CHIZUK AMUNO CONGREGATION

8100 Stevenson Road, Pikesville, MD 21208
In 2017-18, Bach in Baltimore performs concerts on April 15 at Chizuk Amuno Congregation

Parking available on site.

“Chizuk Amuno Congregation was founded in Baltimore on April 1, 1871. Twenty-three devoted individuals envisioned that their fledgling new congregation would perpetuate traditional Judaism by strengthening the faith and nurturing the religious development of its members through adherence to Judaism’s central ideals of Torah (learning), Avodah (worship), and Gemilut Hasadim (acts of loving kindness).”

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