We serve in response to God’s love to meet human needs, caring for the sick and the aged, advocating dignity and justice for all people, working for peace and reconciliation among the nations, standing with the poor and powerless, and committing ourselves to their needs.
Thank you to all who have made donations and remembered your church home during this time of crisis. If you are able, we look for your gifts to be given by envelope sent to the church office or online using the Donate button above. Your donations help serve the missions of the church as well as help with other operating expenses.
Worship services are now in-person at 10:30 a.m.
The following safety protocols are being followed for worship:
- Please wear your mask so that it covers both your nose and mouth at all times. Children under 2 are exempt from this rule.
- Please sit where seating is open and not roped off and maintain adequate distancing between people.
- Hand sanitizer is available on the tables at the rear of the sanctuary; use is encouraged upon entering the building.
- Temperature checks and contact tracing will be completed by volunteers as you enter Anyone with a temperature higher than 99.9°will be asked to leave the building and encouraged to seek medical attention.
- Our hymnals have been removed from the pews at this time to reduce the need for touching and cleaning of shared surfaces.
- Individual communion cups will be distributed at the end of service.
- An offering plate will be stationed in the rear of the sanctuary, not passed between people during worship.
- For additional information about what to expect for in person service please click here.
Sunday worship service will continue to be Livestreamed from Pastor Smith's Facebook page. Click here to access the page.
If you are in need of pastoral assistance or counseling by phone please contact Pastor Smith directly at 718-619-1333.
As a community of faith and a whole life ministry focused on Living God's Word, we embrace and learn from the diversity in our midst. We seek to meet all people with God's grace and eternal love shown to all God's people through the life, death and resurrection of God's only Son, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, culture, marital status, addictions, sexual orientation, economic status, ability or label.
Service of Holy Communion
Time After Pentecost
September 19, 2021
Click here for the worship service Pentecost 17-September 19, 2021.
Please Note: The service includes holy communion. For those worshipping virtually please bring your own elements. Personal communion cups will be distributed for the in-person service.
*Offering- Please remember your church home during this time. If you are able we look for your gifts to be given by envelope sent to the church office or on our website using the Donate button.