To find ways to help others in our community, or to find specific financial resources that are available in relation to the coronavirus crisis, please click the following link: Coronavirus Resources. 5.8.20.
If you would like to sign up at Brick Church to help during the coronavirus crisis, we are accepting names of those who are interested in helping others through prayer, check-in calling, offering assistance to access virtual services and programs, or mailing cards and letters. Please email Chanel Robertson, Interim Coordinator of Church Ministries and Mission, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to assist in some special way.
Christians believe that God created us for life together and that the Christian life is most faithfully and joyfully lived in the community of faith that is the church. The community of faith sustains, nourishes and challenges us to greater and steadier faithfulness to Jesus Christ. To be a Christian is, for most of us, to be part of a community of Christians.
Prayer and Pastoral Care
One way we demonstrate our faithfulness as a Christian community is by caring for each other. All of our clergy are available to respond to your pastoral care needs. If you have a concern you would like to share with them please contact Rev. Doug King. We also pray together in Sunday worship, in our monthly Healing Service, after worship as part of our Prayer Partners team, monthly with our Prayer Matters prayer group and we also have an online prayer chain. Click here for more information.
We host a collection of annual events including the Park Avenue Tree Lighting and Social Hour, our Strawberry Festival, the Congregational Dinner and Annual Meetings, pancake breakfast fundraisers and summer barbecues. Click here for more information.
Our Women’s Association puts on numerous events for members and the community including the Fall Fling, the Brick Church Fair, the Dinner Dance and the Family Easter Tea Party. Click here for more information.