Resurrection youth in grades 6th-12th participate in twice a month meetings on Friday nights with teens from congregations across our Resurrection Brooklyn network; Park Slope, Clinton Hill, Williamsburg, and Brooklyn Heights. Our ResYouth gather at our downtown office location for pizza, games, and meaningful conversations about the Christian faith. We also partner with several organizations in the city to help serve our neighbors and are continually seeking new opportunities to serve and love Brooklyn. For more information or to get involved, email our Youth Group Director, Steven Gil or contact Pastor Brian.
Safe Families for Children creates extended family-like support for families in crisis through a community of compassionate volunteers. We keep children safe and families intact.
We organize vetted and trained volunteers from local churches to offer a broad community of support for families who feel overwhelmed or isolated. Our volunteers seek to empower, encourage, and strengthen families through mutually beneficial relationships. We seek to reduce foster care numbers by supporting families as we know that stress and isolation can lead to abuse and neglect.
There are a variety of volunteer roles to come alongside families. The roles are flexible and volunteers can offer support according to their skills, interests, and availability. If you have an interest 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 in need of help from a ministry like Safe Families, contact Laura Galt.
NOTE: Please visit the Safe Families Eventbrite page for more information about upcoming info sessions.
Celebrate the efforts of the 2016 Ethiopia ACT Mission Team!
Hosted by Red Hook Winery, and catered by Brooklyn Icehouse, we invite you to come and support the service of our current and future missions teams as they work to fight the AIDS epidemic in Addis Ababa.
RED HOOK WINERY
April 7th, 7:30PM
$50 per person | Space is limited
We are excited to announce the launch of weekly services ate Resurrection Sheepshead Bay. RSB will meet for worship at the Sheepshead Bay Yacht Club located at 3076 Emmons Avenue.
The SBYC is easy to reach from the B44 and B4 buses on Emmons Avenue, the B36 at Avenue Z and Nostrand, and a 1 mile walk from the B/Q train at Sheepshead Bay Road. There is also plenty of street parking to be found along Emmons Avenue. We look forward to seeing you there!