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BDC Sunday Night Program Featuring Jay Main

Baltimore Drum Church is hosting our next Night Program on Sunday, April 28, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm. We are featuring Jason (Jay) Main and his healing singing bowls. Jay is the CEO of Life House Recovery of Maryland, Inc. Jay is a certified Level III Reiki Master, Sound Healer and Shaman in Training. His goal is to spread the word on the healing and holistic properties of these magnificent bowls. Drum Church is going to incorporate his singing bowls into our drum program to create some amazing sound healing vibrations in our immersive night program.

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GoFunMe Fundraiser Launch

Baltimore Drum Church is looking for help to better equip our session facilitators, volunteers, and participants with professional quality drums & percussion instruments.  We’d also love to expand on our percussion instrument collection for new friends joining us in the future.  Lastly, the group would love to acquire a new exhibition tent to take our program on the road to the greater mid-Atlantic region.  With your help, we can accomplish these goals in spreading our intent and helping others to share in the experience.  So please consider donating whatever you can; every bit helps.

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Baltimore Drum Church is a FREE group drum meditation experience, whereby the drum serves as a vehicle to connect us with the divine spirit inside us all.  Our monthly gatherings offer an opportunity to think, meditate and pray in your own way while flowing on a communal rhythm-wave to awaken that connection to your Higher Self.  Baltimore Drum Church is not merely a “drum circle,” but a guided journeying experience created through communal drumming.  All that is needed is an open mind and a sense of wonderment. No drum skills required and drums are provided to those who have none.

Donations from attendees and others help to keep our doors open to everyone, regardless of financial disposition.  However, sometimes our drum maintenance expenses can be a bit steeper than our income. Accidental damage, equipment failure, maintaining a communal stockpile of drums, and other operating costs can sometimes stress the budget, and members and volunteers bear the brunt of such costs.

With your helpful contributions, you can help to ensure Baltimore Drum Church continues to provide an enriched experience and atmosphere for current participants, as well as to potential new fellow journeyers.  100% of all funds raised will go right back into Baltimore Drum Church so that we can continue to support our spiritual community. 

Thank you for any generous donation you are able to give, and we invite you to join us at an event to say “hi” and to experience what we’re about. Please also feel free to follow us on Facebook and Instagram.  Thank you! 

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Sunday Night Drum Meditation Featuring Jay Main April 28

SAVE THE DATE – Baltimore Drum Church is hosting our next Night Program on Sunday, April 28, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm. We are featuring Jason (Jay) Main and his healing singing bowls. Jay is the CEO of Life House Recovery of Maryland, Inc. Jay is a certified Level III Reiki Master, Sound Healer and Shaman in Training. His goal is to spread the word on the healing and holistic properties of these magnificent bowls. Drum Church is going to incorporate his singing bowls into our drum program to create some amazing sound healing vibrations in our immersive night program.

Only Sunday program of the year.

  • Event: Spring Night Show Meditation
  • Featuring: Jay Main and his singing bowls.
  • Date: Apr. 28, 2019* – SundayNight Show
  • Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
  • Price: Free to Attend, Donations Appreciated
  • Parking: Ample FREE Parking
  • Location: The Corner Community Center (CCC), 5802 Roland Ave, Baltimore MD 21210
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Moshe Adler Joins Baltimore Drum Church

Moshe Adler has recently volunteered to help facilitate our drum meditations at Baltimore Drum Church. He will also lead the jam session afterwards starting this Saturday, March 23. Moshe is a trained Drum Circle Facilitator and Health Rhythms practitioner. Moshe has been playing the drums since he was 13. He has played hand drums (Djembé) off and on starting 22 years ago when he studied with Baba Olatunji. He has also studied with B.D.C. co-founder Daveed Korup.

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Heart Chakra Drum Meditation Video

Heart Chakra drum meditation video with 639 Hz Solfeggio drone tone and singing bowl for Social Media audience. Attune to and resonate with your healing the latest Heart Chakra drum meditation from Baltimore Drum Church.

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15 Minute 639 Hz Heart Chakra Drum Meditation Audio Track

Full length 15 minute Heart Chakra drum meditation audio track with 639 Hz Solfeggio drone tone and singing bowl. Attune to and resonate with your healing the latest Heart Chakra drum meditation from Baltimore Drum Church.

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Excerpts from Our First Night Program

On February 23rd Baltimore Drum Church held its first night program under our new LED Lights.

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First Night Show, Saturday, Feb. 23

February 23, 2019, Night Show Drum Meditation

  • Event:  Winter Drum Meditation
  • Date:  Saturday, February 23, 2018
  • Time:  7pm to 8pm
  • Price:  Free to Attend, Donations Appreciated
  • Parking: Ample FREE Parking
  • Location: The Corner Community Center (CCC), 5802 Roland Ave, Baltimore MD 21210
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Hand Painted Frame Drums

These drums have been hand painted by Eric Willison for use in the communal drum hoard at Baltimore Drum Church. Come play any of these drums at our next drum church event.

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Winter Renewal Drum Meditation, Sat., Jan. 26

Winter Renewal Drum Meditations

  • Event:  Winter Renewal Drum Meditations
  • Date:  Saturday, January 26, 2018
  • Time:  2pm to 3pm
  • Price:  Free to Attend, Donations Appreciated
  • Parking: Ample FREE Parking 
  • Location: The Corner Community Center (CCC), 5802 Roland Ave, Baltimore MD 21210

Photo of Baltimore Drum Church by Bill Tipper