Join us for our annual network wide lessons and carols service on Friday, December 9th, 2016, at 6:30p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Carroll Gardens (423 Clinton Street, 11231). Fellowship and refreshments to follow. If you are interested in joining the adult choir forming for the evening, a rehearsal will be held at St.Paul’s on Thursday, December 8th from 5:30-7:30p.m. If you would like to sing in the CITC Choir, please email Jeremy McDonald.
Help Fight AIDS in Ethiopia! Come find out how you can help fight AIDS in Ethiopia on November 13th at 6:30PM at our central office (367 Jay Street) in downtown Brooklyn. Mark your calendars for the next trip! The Ethiopia Mission Trip will be January 28th – February 10th, 2017. Are you interested in going? Come to the meeting. Are you interested in helping make preparations for those going? Come to the meeting. Would you just like to find out more about how to pray and give? Come to the meeting. Please RSVP to David Stancil, email@example.com
CANCELLED! Due to ceiling damage at the venue we had rented for the event! Stay tuned for updates!!
Let’s celebrate together all that God has done and is doing in our midst. Our annual network-wide celebration and vision gathering will take place on the evening of Wednesday, June 8th in downtown Brooklyn at 157 Montague Street (St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church). Dinner and drinks will be mingled with giving thanks as we look back at what God has done for us in the past year and anticipate what he will do for and through us in the coming year. Childcare for ages 0-5 years will be will be available. Dinner is at 6:30pm, with a short program following. Come and celebrate with your church family!
Our church will be participating in Safe Families for Children, a ministry dedicated to providing an alternative to the foster care system. The goal of Safe Families is to enable families to remain intact and thrive by mobilizing the resources, both human and financial, of local churches like ours. You’re invited to attend the next training session on Saturday, November 5th, at Redeemer Presbyterian Church (150 West 83rd Street, 3rd floor, room 307, New York, NY 10024). There are different training sessions and levels of participation depending on your interest and the role you would like to play. To view more details about this training session, see the link here. For more information about Safe Families or to ask questions, contact Laura Galt (at Resurrection Clinton Hill) at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Safe Families organization, visit: http://www.safe-families.org.