Save the date and start inviting your friends, coworkers, and neighbors. Our annual network-wide celebratory Christmas service and feast will take place on Friday, December 21st at 6:30p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Carroll Gardens. We are preparing our most beautiful evening together to date! Please plan to be at this special event and invite your friends and neighbors so that they might witness the joy that flows from the good news of Jesus’ birth as one of us.
Join the women of Resurrection Brooklyn for a mid-winter retreat, exploring the Christian practice of Rest. The retreat will take place at Stony Point Retreat Center. Our guest speaker will be Micha Boyett, author of the book Found. The retreat will begin Friday evening and end midday on Sunday. More information can be found on the registration page below. For more information or with questions, please email Kaytie Eaton.
Share the joy of Christmas! Join us and bring your friends and neighbors to Christmas in the City, Resurrection Brooklyn’s annual special gathering in which we celebrate Christmas through song and story. The program will be followed by a time of food and drinks. Admission is free and childcare will be provided! We hope to see you there.
Pick up some invite cards after church at the welcome table to share with anyone you’d like to invite, or hang it on your refrigerator as a reminder.
This year we will take up a special offering with all proceeds benefiting our Disaster Relief efforts. In the aftermath of three devastating hurricanes this year, please consider how you might be able to give to those in need. For more information on how to help hurricane victims, click here.
Join us at Christmas in the City, our annual special gathering in which we celebrate the Christmas Story through song and tale at 7:30p.m. on December 15th, 2017. The program will be followed by a time of food and drinks. All are welcome and admission is free, so invite your friends and neighbors! We hope to see you there.
Christmas in the City will take place at St. Ann’s and the Holy Trinity Church (157 Montague Street).
Join us on December 2nd, 6-10 p.m., for art, drinks, snacks, and good company.
Stations of the Nativity will be a series of artistic depictions celebrating the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. The object of the “stations” is to help Christians embark on a spiritual pilgrimage during this year’s season of Advent.
Seeking direction from the Holy Spirit, each artist uses their artistic gifts to illuminate the Gospel Story, with all the art we create expressing our love for God and the joy we share in Him. All art on display will be available for Silent Auction at the time of the gallery showing (while selling the art is not the purpose of the show, it not only helps support the creative community at Resurrection Brooklyn, but also the Mercy Team ministry helping those in need in our congregation).