Historic Houses of Worship Tour

Event Date: December 26, 2014 at 3:00 am Event Location: 16 Hagerstown historical houses of worship

B'Nai AbrahamOtterbein 1St John's Episcopal3:00-7:00 p.m.

(Snow date December 27).

This annual event is FREE and open to the public.

A wonderful opportunity to see the interiors of historic downtown Hagerstown houses of worship.  Learn about the architecture and ecumenical heritage from church/temple docents and guides.  Music, refreshments and local art will be featured at some locations.  This is a self-guided walking/driving tour and can be started and ended at the house of worship of your choice.  Parking is available at individual houses of worship in their lots and/or along the nearby streets as permitted.  Several church vans will also be available on a continuous loop for those who prefer not to walk or drive the tour. Some, but not all, are wheelchair accessible.

Tour brochure with map.  Note:  The brochure is sized for 15 x 12 paper to be folded as a pocket brochure. However, it can be printed on 11 x 17 paper with good results.  Participating houses of worship will have a limited number of pre-printed, pre-folded glossy brochures to distribute.

 

 

The following houses of worship are featured on the tour:

  • First Baptist Church – 15 High Street
  • St. John’s Episcopal Church – 101 S. Prospect St.
  • St. Mary Catholic Church – 224 W. Washington st.
  • The Presbyterian Church of Hagerstown – 20 S. Prospect St.
  • Christ’s Reformed Church – 130 W. Franklin St.
  • Asbury United Methodist Church – 155 Jonathan St.
  • Hagerstown Church of the Brethren – 15 S. Mulberry St. (at E. Washington St.)
  • Otterbein United Methodist Church – 108 E. Franklin St.
  • Trinity Lutheran Church – 15 Randolph Ave. (at N. Potomac St.)
  • Zion Reformed United Church of Christ – 201 N. Potomac St.
  • John  Wesley United Methodist Church – 129 N. Potomac St.
  • Bridge of Life Church – 14 S. Potomac St.
  • St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church – 141 S. Potomac St.
  • Washington Square United Methodist Church – 538 Washington Ave.
  • St. Mark’s Lutheran Church – 601 Washington Ave.
  • Congregation B’Nai Abraham – 53 E. Baltimore Street

Also featured on the tour:

  • The Miller House – 135 W. Washington St.
  • Washington County Arts Council – 34 S. Potomac St.
  • Jonathan Hager House

Van stops:

  • First Baptist Church – Start & End point; 10 minute stop
  • City Lot (W. Washington & S. Prospect) – Start & End point; 10 minute stop
  • Hager House – Load/Unload only
  • Congregation B’nai Abraham – Load/Unload only
  • Hagerstown Church of the Brethren – Start & End point; 10 minute stop
  • Otterbein United Methodist – Load/Unload only
  • Zion Reformed UCC – Start & End point; 10 minute stop
  • In front of the Maryland Theatre – Load/Unload only
  • St. John’s Lutheran – Load/Unload only
  • Christ’s Reformed UCC – Start & End point; 10 minute stop

Spreadsheet of van stops including houses of worship served with each stop

This tour is made possible through the generous support of:  Hagerstown-Washington County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, the City of Hagerstown, Washington County, MD, and Otterbein United Methodist Church.

Questions regarding the tour can be directed to Cindy Brown, Otterbein United Methodist Church, 301-739-9386 or Cindy.brown@myactv.net or the Convention & Visitor’s Bureau at 301-791-3246.  Calls the week of the event should be directed to the Convention & Visitor’s Bureau only.

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