Celebrating Christ | Serving Brooklyn
Worship With Us
Our worship services are taking place in-person as well as virtually on Zoom.
Sundays from 10:30-11:30am
350 Clinton Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(Enter on Lafayette Ave - North side of the building)
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Instructions for those attending our service in-person:
We are cooperating with CDC and NY State guidelines which state that all restrictions have been lifted for those who are vaccinated, making masks and distancing optional and left to personal comfort and conscience for the vaccinated.
Masks are required for those who are not fully vaccinated and for everyone while not at their seats.
Please arrive before 10:30, as our greeting and welcome teams are radically reduced at this time.
We offer children's church during the sermon for young kids and nursery for infants and toddlers throughout the entire service.
What to expect?
Whether or not you consider yourself a Christian, we welcome you to wrestle with the claims of Christianity by exploring our community as we gather together to worship God, hear him speak to us through the Bible, share our hopes and burdens with him in prayer, feast with him in Holy Communion, and joyfully fellowship with God and one another. Perhaps you have never been to church––or not in a long time––and fear that you won’t know what to do, how to act, or what to say. Be assured: Resurrection Clinton Hill is for people just like you, and we’ve tried to see to the details that will help you easily participate with us when you visit. Dress is very casual and comfortable.
Children are warmly welcome in our entire service! We love a little noise. To aid parents, our children's ministry offers a nursery for babies, toddlers, and young children during service. Class time may include singing, Bible story instruction, acting, and crafts.
Listen to the latest sermon audio below or browse all of our sermons on iTunes.
CELEBRATING CHRIST &
We believe God’s Kingdom is the renewal of all things under His loving rule, and that our congregation should be serving its neighbors and neighborhood in word and deed.
We hope that as our church celebrates Christ and serve Brooklyn, God’s peace will be more and more present in our neighborhood.