Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Maryland Defense Force Band to Perform at the Dundalk United Methodist Church

By CPT (MDDF) Rick Barnes
Maryland Defense Force Band Public Affairs
28 August 2013

The Maryland Defense Force (MDDF) Band will present a concert of wind and brass band favorites on Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. at the Dundalk United Methodist Church located at 6903 Mornington Road, Dundalk, MD. The concert will include several selections popular in America during the 19th Century. Featured soloists will include Brig. Gen. Peter Hinz, the Assistant Adjutant General – Army on violin, trombonist Jared Denhard, and guitarist Richard McCready.

Serving since 1930, Dundalk United Methodist Church’s Christ-centered, people-oriented mission has been to serve God by worshiping, and to serve the community by evangelizing and recognizing and meeting human needs. Dundalk United Methodist Church was organized as a mission of Patapsco Methodist Episcopal Church. The Bethlehem Steel Company donated the present site early in 1937. For more information call (410) 284-4818. Directions are available at

Widely known as “Maryland’s Musical Ambassadors,” the Maryland Defense Force Band is a ceremonial unit of the MDDF. The MDDF Band provides musical support to the Maryland Military Department and provides ceremonial support to the State of Maryland. For more information on the MDDF Band:

The Maryland Defense Force (MDDF) is the State’s uniformed volunteer military unit providing professional and technical assistance to the Maryland Military Department. Established in 1917, the MDDF consists of nearly 450 personnel who perform legal, engineering, finance, medical, chaplain, field support and ceremonial services for the State of Maryland. For more information about the MDDF: