Register for Limited In-Person Worship – March 7, 5 p.m.

We will be offering limited in-person service of worship at 5 p.m. on Sunday afternoons in Lent beginning this Sunday, March 7. Registration is required, and a health screening will be required at the entrance.  If you are not feeling well, please do not attend worship. Masks are required for entry to the sanctuary and if you do not have one, disposable masks will be provided and must be worn. To register for this service, please click HERE.

Lunchtime Lent Series of Services

Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 24, we will offer a series of services at lunchtime on Wednesdays during Lent, and on Good Friday. Each service will be led by a student minister and will include a soloist. Services will take place virtually on Zoom (see information below).
 
 
Meeting ID: 890 0481 4804
Passcode: Brick
Dial in: +1- 929- 205- 6099 US (New York)

The All-Church Nominating Committee is Seeking Submissions – March 7 Deadline

The All-Church Nominating Committee (ACNC) is immediately seeking your suggestions for Brick Church leaders who will serve as Deacons, Ruling Elders, Trustees and ACNC members. Please prayerfully consider recommending members of The Brick Church as candidates for these positions. 

Submit your recommendations electronically or download the form online.

The recommendation form can be found online HERE

Men’s Association Speaker Series Presentation w/Dr. Tom Evans

In 2018 our Rev. Dr. Thomas Evans went on sabbatical to scientifically study the different ways people experience God. The research yielded three key metrics that drive a more frequent and powerful experience of God. Click HERE to view the presentation from 1/28/21 and hear what Dr. Evans found out from this study.

 

Upcoming Speaker Series Events: What Do Christians Owe Criminals?

Feb. 11, 5 p.m.: Robert McCrie

Join us as Robert McCrie, Professor of Security Management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice presents What Do Christians Owe Criminals? The US has become the greatest incarcerator in history. The Second Chance Act and recent pardons and clemencies haven’t dented the problem. Having visited over 200 jails and prisons, Professor McCrie will share his views on the state of our penal system and challenge us to search for ways the Christian Church can make a difference. Everyone is welcome to attend this important discussion. Please email mensassociation@brickchurch.org to R.S.V.P. and receive the Zoom link.