“We, for our part, will devote ourselves to prayer and to serving the word.” — Acts 6:4
As our church community continues to grow and welcome in new people we need times to get together and know one another as well as serving the community in Brooklyn where we are. Outreach functions best when it is lay-led; we often wait for our ministers to tell us how to serve others. At Holy Apostles we encourage you to bring outreach opportunities to the community, this is how our service at Masbia started 2 years ago. Have an idea for outreach that you would like to lead and see happen?
2ND & 4TH SUNDAYS OF THE MONTH • 5:00-8:00PM
With the leadership of a parishioner, Holy Apostles began our twice a month service at Masbia in Fall 2017. Whether you have been here 20 years or 1 day, all are welcome to participate in this ministry where we serve dinner at Masbia, a kosher soup kitchen on Coney Island Avenue. If you have questions about this ministry, please speak with Patrick Durant, JP Masson or Karan Merry, or Email Community Outreach.
Please note: Masbia is closed during all Jewish Holidays.
Social Justice Documentary Film Series
SELECT SUNDAYS • 5:00PM
Join us for educational and consciousness raising films for our whole community so we can learn more about the world all around us, and learn how to act to make the world more full of God’s love. Curated by Kirsten Kelly, Remington Korper & Karan Merry. To volunteer to help with the documentary series, please speak with one of them or Email Community Outreach.
Give a Family Christmas • Advent 2019
As we reflect on the abundance in our lives and all the gifts that God has given us, especially around Christmas, it is a opportune time for us to give to others. For a few years, we have been working with SCO Family Services during the holidays to give Christmas gifts to families with one member who has a serious medical condition. SCO Family Services is a large non-profit organization that runs programs for children and families who have less financial stability than most of us. Names and ages of children are available in mid-November and gifts, wrapped and labeled are due at the church December 1. Questions? Please speak with Kallen Tsikalas or Email Community Outreach.
Coastal Habitat Restoration Project • Lent 2020
The Shinnecock Indian Nation have embarked on a project to preserve the small amount of land they have in Suffolk County, Long Island, Their efforts to restore their lands after Hurricane Sandy and protect it against future climate changes and events are a natural approach using the natural landscape and materials from nature. Their projects include beach nourishment, planting native plants, and building back dunes. Read More...
This program year we will welcome Dr. Colleen Wessel-McCoy, Co-Coordinator of Poverty Scholarship and Leadership Development at the Kairos Center, National Political Educator for the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, and Lecturer in Practical Theology at Union Theological Seminary. She holds a PhD in Christian Social Ethics from Union Theological Seminary.