The central task of the church.

Worship is the central task of the church. We were created in God’s image, which means we are hard-wired to be in fellowship with God and with one another. Therefore, gathered worship is at the center of the Christian life because it is around the Lord’s table that we enjoy this fellowship and get a foretaste of our eternal destiny.

Worship is…

the quickening of the conscience by the holiness of God

the feeding of the mind by the truth of God

the purging of the imagination by the beauty of God

the opening of the heart to the love of God

the devotion of the will to the purpose of God

— Archbishop William Temple

Christian worship is a public event and everyone is welcome to join us.

Sundays at 4:30 pm
125 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

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Q. What is your service like?

A. We attempt to combine an appreciation for the richness of the church’s liturgical heritage with a vibrancy that is refreshing—especially to those who may have been away from the church for some time. We avoid both uncomfortable novelty and stuffy formality.

Q. What kind of music do you have?

A. We use many different kinds and styles of music in our worship. Some pieces we sing were written in the last few months and others are classic hymns sung for centuries throughout the Church.

Q. What do you have for kids?

A. We have a staffed nursery for children from Infants to Pre-K and Children’s Church for elementary-aged kids, with dismissal so they can share in communion. Christian worship is a family meal and we expect kids to act their age, so worship is always going to be a noisy and joyous event.

Q. I’m not a religious person, can I still come?

A. We attempt to combine a transcen­dent focus on Jesus Christ with a welcoming attitude toward those who are spiritually skeptical or curious. We design our services expecting unchurched people to be present, believing that experiencing God’s presence in our midst will lead many to embrace Christ. We avoid services that either devolve into entertainment or which are simply “preaching to the choir.”

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