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Our church participates in a ministry called Safe Families for Children, an alternative to foster care, that reaches out to children and their parents in our community who are in crisis due to situations like homelessness, domestic violence, job loss or illness. Through the involvement and resources of the local church, both human and financial, Safe Families enables families to remain intact and to thrive, even in times of crisis and difficulty.
There are many ways to be involved in this ministry. If you have an interest in coming alongside families in crisis, reaching out to at-risk youth and kids, or participating in the type of biblical hospitality that opens your home to the suffering, please contact Laura Galt. You can also visit the website at newyorkcity.safe-families.org to learn more about the three key volunteer roles.
If you are interested in becoming a host family, or you are in need of help from a ministry like Safe Families, contact Laura Galt.
NOTE: Our next Upcoming Safe Families training sessions will be held on Saturday, June 10th from 10am-12:30pm at
Greater Astoria Historical Society. Please contact Laura to learn more or RSVP here.
Resurrection Brooklyn Heights is a part of a larger network of churches called Resurrection Brooklyn. Together, we are seeking the flourishing our borough by seeking the flourishing of our neighborhoods. Though most of our work is done as individual congregations, some of it is done together. One ministry we all support is RezYouth. RezYouth meets on Friday nights at 6:30 p.m. at our central office in Downtown Brooklyn.
If you have kids, or know of any kids in middle school and high school, that might like to join, please let them know about our youth group. Any questions can be directed to the Youth Group Director, Steven Gil.
Randall Leazer is organizing and hosting a “Man Party” at his new home in Chelsea from 3-8 p.m. on Saturday, December 3. All men are invited! Randall will be sharing a keg of his homemade beer for free and he intends for it to be kicked with your help! Please bring an overly masculine snack, such as pork rinds, if you so feel inspired. You may RSVP to Randall and request the address at firstname.lastname@example.org.