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Links

Please visit the various links to connect you to devotional resources and larger church mission
 
 
 

 Presbyterian Church (USA) is our national denomination.

 Devotions, daily bible readings, etc.
 
http://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/yav/ This exciting ecumenical program has sent three people from our congregation, including our pastor, and countless other young adults to sites in the United States and abroad.  The Young Adult Volunteer Program offers exciting opportunities in year-long Christian service internationally and nationally, including NYC!


Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is the emergency and refugee program of the Presbyterian Church (USA). 

One Great Hour of Sharing is a special offering intended to share God’s love with people experiencing need.  We are committed to its mission, scope and reach.
 
The Presbytery of New York City is our regional guiding and governing body.


Neighborhood partners

 

 


www.bayridgecsa.org    From June until November, we host Bay Ridge's Community Supported Agriculture project.  Each Saturday morning 8:30 to 10:30am people are coming and going gathering organic vegetables, fruit, and eggs from local farmers.
 
 
 
 
 
 


Trinity Healing Center.  Fourth Avenue Presbyterian hosts the Trinity Healing Center's monthly workshops for Brooklyn's Church Leaders. The explicit purpose of this workgroup is to make our houses of worship safe places for victims of domestic violence, to make our pulpits and pews centers of advocacy and awareness-raising about the issues, and places of referral to professionals who can offer the much needed help (legal and otherwise). Other links of note, where they would send you are: Connect New York, the Faith Trust Institute (http://faithtrustinstitute.org/),  and the Brooklyn District Attorney's Family Justice Center (Local Hotline: 1-800-624-4673).


The Accompany Project is an initiative that aims to train thousands of New Yorkers to disrupt violence – particularly against Arab, Muslim, GLBT, and undocumented residents – and to organize for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

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