St. Augustine’s Helping Hands Food Pantry gives gifts of warm winter wear with their food distributions in December. We can help our neighbors by providing new adult size hats, gloves and scarves. We will collect these items at RPS this Sunday, December 17th.
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To download this year’s Advent guide click here.
In addition to the Advent guide, we’ve also created a Jesse Tree to accompany your Advent devotions. The Advent Guide and the Jesse Tree Pamphlet could be used together or independently. Regardless, we hope this pamphlet and the ornaments help you enter the joy of Advent.
Download the Jesse Tree and learn more about its tradition by clicking the links below.
The Arts Ministry is excited to announce our next project: the “Stations of the Nativity.” This will be a series of artistic depictions celebrating the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. The object of the “stations” is to help Christians embark on a spiritual pilgrimage during this year’s season of Advent.
Seeking direction from the Holy Spirit, each artist uses their artistic gifts to illuminate the Gospel Story, with all the art we create expressing our love for God and the joy we share in Him. All art on display will be available for Silent Auction at the time of the gallery showing (while selling the art is not the purpose of the show, it not only helps support the creative community at Resurrection Brooklyn, but also the Mercy Team ministry helping those in need in our congregation).
December 2nd, 6-10pm at the Jay Street location.
Safe Families Info Session
Safe Families is a volunteer-driven ministry with the goal of keeping kids safe and families intact. There are a variety of volunteer roles to come alongside overwhelmed families. The roles are flexible and volunteers can offer support according to their skills, interests, and availability. To learn more, join our info session that will be held on Monday, November 20th from 6:30-8pm in Midtown. Visit our website to learn more.
The Windsor Terrace/Kensington Bridge Group is collecting diapers to give to the Camba Family Shelter in Kensington. They are in desperate need of diapers sizes 3, 4, 5, 6 and pull ups in sizes 2T, 3T, 4T and 5T. If you would like to contribute, RPS will collect them this Sunday, October 29th and Sunday, November 4th.