We meet for worship at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays on the accessible 2nd floor of Brooklyn Masonic Temple at 317 Clermont Avenue.
Be assured: We’re used to visitors and you are welcome.
We began meeting for public worship on January 8th, 2012. You are warmly invited to join us for our services. 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 The Lord’s Supper, 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.Our Worship Services are held weekly on Sunday morning, from 10:30am until 12pm. When you arrive one of our greeters will hand you a bulletin that helps us all to move through the service together and answer any questions you might have. After the service many of us stick around for homemade goodies and make new friends.
Children are warmly welcomed to our entire service! We love a little noise. To help parents, however, we offer trained nursery care for children 36 months-and-under during the entire service. We also offer a children’s lesson during the sermon when children ages 3-12 can gather in another room to learn songs and Bible stories at an age-appropriate level.
We will also have this original Children’s Worship Aid available in hard copy for you at the worship service. It is meant to be used at home and in the service to help pre- and early-readers understand and participate in the service. Go ahead and download it if you want to get started.
“It’s not a matter of choosing between church or world, cathedral or city. We worship for mission; we center ourselves in the practices of the body of Christfor the sake ofthe world; we are reformed in the cathedral to undertake our image-bearing comission to reform the city.” –– Jamie Smith