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Generosity

One of our neighbors is a very committed 80-something year old Catholic woman. Over the years, she and I have become good friends. We talk a lot about Jesus and the church. She tells me stories of her life in Greenpoint in the 60s and 70s. I keep her updated on all the comings and…

Sunday Visitors Share about Housing Insecurity and Staying Homeful

In this morning’s service we welcomed Kercena Dozier, the Director of Community Relations for the city’s Department of Homeless Services, and Amy Nunez, an advocate from the city’s Homebase program. They shared with us strong and educational testimonies about keeping community members in their homes and ending veteran homelessness, emphasizing the role of local congregations like…

Welcome Pastor Anna!

On Sunday we welcomed Pastor Anna Flowers to our congregation. She’ll be serving as our Minister of Children and Families, as well as drawing upon her skills and experience in communications and administration to serve and grow our church. You can learn more about her and her ministry on her bio page.

The Doing Tree

How do we instill in our children the spirit of our church? Each teacher brings their own talents, experiences, and personalities to our Sunday school. And we are free to explore spirituality, Jesus’ message, and our community’s mission of inclusion and service through song, art, story-telling, dramatics, and games. This year, I brought the children…

Jazz Show to Benefit City Harvest

Our own Melissa Wrolstad, Milton St Revival Band member and church member, is performing on Tuesday, July 14th at Reflections Yoga Studio at 7:30PM. Reflections is located at 227 East 24th St (between 2nd and 3rd Avenue). The show is by donation, and all money raised will go to City Harvest. City Harvest provides food…