Hagerstown Church of the Brethren
15 S. Mulberry St., Hagerstown, MD 21740
Phone: 301-733-3565 * FAX: 301-733-3598

"Church in the Heart of the City with the City at Heart"
Continuing the work of Jesus. Peacefully. Simply. Together.


Caroling with Miss Ellie

Our Sanctuary

Twyla, Burt Welcome Dinner

Remembrance Sunday

Deacon Consecration

Christmas Caroling 2019

2020 - Women's Retreat

Hagerstown Church of the Brethren

From Pastor Twyla's Desk - Cancellation

 The following have been canceled or postponed for at least the next two weeks:

  • Sunday school and worship services on March 22nd and 29th
    On these two Sundays, a full worship service will be available on Facebook Live at 10am EDT with music, children's time, and sermon. The service will be posted on this website as soon as it is available.
  • Temple and Bell choir rehearsals
  • Meetings (we are hoping to have Leadership Team meeting on the 31st)
  • Youth Club
  • The workday scheduled for March 21
  • The bowling activity
  • Love Feast (at the recommendation of our District Executive, Gene Hagenberger) is postponed
  • Membership classes
  • The youth dinner fundraiser

Click here for a PDF of Pastor Twyla's letter to the congregation, or click the "Read more" link below.

“Take a Moment” Prayer: Week of April 3

Look for this prayer each week. – Hosanna…hosanna, I cry as I reach out to you today with my heartfelt prayers. Holy week is here and I will walk with you through the memories of the highs and the lows of the events of the week. I confess that my thoughts these days have been consumed by the reality of this pandemic. I am tired of this. I just want it to end. Even as I fuss over this issue…I can’t help but wonder about your feelings throughout Holy Week. Did you think to yourself…”let’s get this over with…I want this to end”? I certainly would not blame you for feeling that way. The joy for you, I am sure, was that you knew your nightmare would end and resurrection would come on the other side of death. Help me this week to remember as I walk with you through your nightmare…that there is the hope and promise of resurrection that comes at the end of my nightmares too…even the current nightmare. Your power and grace will guide me and make it so. You are my amazing Savior without whom I would be lost. Thanks be to God for all he has done through you. Amen.

From Pastor Twyla's Desk - March 2020

I think it was a little over two years ago, after having some blood work done, my doctor warned me in a phone call that my A1C was a bit high and I was pre-diabetic. I wasn’t sure what that meant, but I didn’t like the sound of it.