Worship With Us
Our worship services will be fully-remote from Feb 14th until March 7th.
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Instructions for those attending our service in-person:
We must follow all indoor CDC and NY State guidelines.
You must wear masks the entire time you are indoors.
You must arrive before 10:30 AM, as Cadman has asked us to keep the doors closed from passersby who might come in. Being on time will also help us make sure everyone is in their correct pod of chairs. If you are late, you can text a parishioner inside to let you in or ring the doorbell, but know that it will be heard by all inside and those worshiping from home.
There is to be no physical contact with those outside of your family. This means no hugging, physical passing of the peace, etc., and parents must corral their children to their assigned space.
We have hired professional cleaners and we've made all other preparations to keep you as safe as possible if you join us for gathered worship.
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.
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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.