Our community partners are important to us at Holy Apostles – we provide both ongoing space and opportunities for one-time events for a variety of groups in the neighborhood. It is important that the church space be open more than days when we have services, and that it be a warm and inviting place for all.
If you are interested in using the space for an event or ongoing activity, please Contact Us.
As per the AA preamble: We share our experience, strength and hope with each other with the goal of reaching our primary purpose. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety. We have no outside affiliations; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
There are 3 AA meetings per week:
- Practice These Principles. Monday morning from 9-10am.
- The Starting Point Group. On Monday evenings we have a meditation meeting focused on a reading from a recovery book titled “Daily Reflections”. Mondays 7-8pm, doors open at 6:30pm.
- The Starting Point Group. On Thursday evening we have a “Beginner Meeting” this meeting focuses on the newcomer and the early days of sobriety. At the beginners meeting we discuss readings taken from an AA book titled ‘Living Sober’. 7-8pm, doors open at 6:30pm.
Al-Anon Windsor Terrace Family Group Meeting
This is a speaker meeting.
Al-Anon Meeting for Women and Non-binary Identified Members.
This is an Al Anon literature and meditation group.
For more information & a schedule of Brooklyn Al- Anon groups: https://www.nycalanon.org/brooklyn.html
Brooklyn Public Library’s Toddler Time with Miss Cindy
Join Miss Cindy and her ukulele for sing-along and fun stories (ages 3-5 years old)
Tuesdays: 10:30 a.m. 11:15 a.m.
Please use the side entrance. Strollers must be left outside, in the gated area.
Girl Scout Brownie Troop #2267
Our troop of 20 second- and third-grade girls meets twice a month at Holy Apostles. Through fun, hands-on and collaborative activities, the girls develop leadership and life skills, and they learn about their communities, the outdoors, entrepreneurship and STEM. Our troop is currently full, but to get on our waiting list, inquire about guest presenter opportunities, or purchase Girl Scout cookies, please contact Kallen Tsikalas (Click Here).
Brooklyn Bricks Afterschool & Summer Camps
Brooklyn Bricks uses Lego to build together. Our camps and afterschool programs work with multi age groups to create large scale projects collaboratively. The building approach will vary with the theme but there are several main components:
- Small step by step builds: we sit in a circle and everyone builds the same small kit following the teacher’s instructions.
- Lego kits: Students works in pairs to build official Lego kits with the instruction booklets.
- Guided free building: Depending on the scale of the project this can be done as individuals or in groups as large as four, the teacher will present general guidelines for the build and display an example and the children will be given appropriate supplies to design their own.
- Free building: Lot’s of Lego, a general idea of the theme and then free for all.
Brooklyn Bricks has summer camp for the weeks beginning June 29th, August 3rd and August 31st
Brooklyn Bricks has Lego afterschool on Tuesday afternoons with pickup available from P.S. 130
For more information: brooklynbricks.com
Brooklyn Arts for Kids
Welcome to Belinda and Wally’s summer Arts Camp for ages 7 to 11! We’re a Visual and Performing Arts Experience with all arts, all day! Kids draw, sing, paint, dance, sculpt, act and more in the studio and Prospect Park! July 6 – 31, 2020. Come for 1, 2, 3 or all 4 weeks! Please visit us at www.brooklynartsforkids.com or call Belinda 917-326-0867.