Posts by Govans Staff
Lots of people know that barber Tony Wheatley gives great haircuts at TGQ CUTZ, but did you know that he is also an advocate for mentoring and reading for kids in our neighborhood? Listen to the final episode of Believe in Baltimore season one and hear how Tony is making our neighborhood a better place one haircut at a time: https://bit.ly/3vKWa0L
This month, Govans Presbyterian Church’s associate pastor, Rev. Billy Kluttz, discussed LGBTQ interpretations of the Bible as part of the Presbyterian Church (USA) talk show, Just Talk Live. In a recent article, The Presbyterian News Service highlighted that conversation on how queer readings of the Bible can transform the lives of all Christians. Read the full article and listen to the talk show here.
Listen below to Lea Gilmore and Pastor Tom’s appearance on the WYPR’s On the Record with Sheilah Kast that aired on May 13, 2021.
From May 16 to August 22, Govans’ Summer Sermon Series will feature a modern children’s book each week in conversation with a story from Scripture. Get ready for these exciting Sunday sermons with an Introduction to Children’s Literature by Govans’ own Wendy Smith.
We discuss sauerkraut and social change with Meaghan (she/her) and Shane (he/him) of HEX Ferments in Baltimore, Maryland.
Participate in our virtual choir for Easter! We invite you to join us in singing Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee!
Govans Presbyterian Church’s first podcast conversation, “Believe in Baltimore” featuring Pure chocolate by Jinji. is out today! In the first episode we speak with Jinji Fraser (she/her) of Pure Chocolate by Jinji about chocolate making, what makes Baltimore special, and closing the chasms of difference in our community. Read more about Jinji and Govans in the show notes! About the Podcast Believe in Baltimore is a podcast conversation with community leaders and change-makers in Baltimore, Maryland, hosted by Govans Presbyterian…
Our very own Lea Gilmore made the Baltimore Sun! This #internationalwomensday2021, we are celebrating Lea’s work as Govans’ Minister of Racial Justice and Multi-Cultural Engagement. The anti-racist is the person who is proactively not racist, and who is doing things to make a difference in the community Lea Gilmore, Baltimore Sun Learn more about her leadership of Govans’ Racial Justice Ministry in the article below. You can support Lea’s work leading Govans’ Racial Justice Ministry by making a donation.