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.
If you are interested in becoming a member of Resurrection Brooklyn or would like to learn more about the history, vision, and mission of this church, please join us at our next Intro Class, Friday, April 15th from 6-9pm. Dinner and childcare will be provided. Please RSVP to Kaytie Eaton, email@example.com if you’d like to come or with any questions. Please RSVP by April 10th.
Celebrate the efforts of the 2016 Ethiopia ACT Mission Team!
Hosted by Red Hook Winery, and catered by Brooklyn Icehouse, we invite you to come and support the service of our current and future missions teams as they work to fight the AIDS epidemic in Addis Ababa.
RED HOOK WINERY
April 7th, 7:30PM
$50 per person | Space is limited
Our global partner, the Ethiopia ACT (Aids Care & Treatment) Project has been fighting the AIDS epidemic in Ethiopia since 2002. Ethiopia ACT provides physical, emotional, and spiritual care for individuals and families in Addis Ababa affected by HIV/AIDS.
Our network of churches has been helping Ethiopia ACT fight the AIDS epidemic for a number of years. Along with Abbot Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, MD, we send a team to work alongside the Ethiopia ACT project every year for two weeks in February. The 2017 trip will be January 28th-February 10th.
If you are interested in attending this trip, helping with preparations for others attending this trip, or finding out how you can pray or give to help make this trip a success, come to the informational meeting on November 13th at 6:30 p.m. at our Central Office (367 Jay Street). To RSVP or for more information, email David Stancil.