Bay Ridge United Methodist Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. Rev. Robert Emerick, Pastor Email firstname.lastname@example.org ; office telephone - 718-238-4517 Sunday Service at 10:45 AM / office hours: Monday - Friday, 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM Bay Ridge United Methodist is a small, informal congregation. We are focused on living God's love for us, within us, among us, and through us - as Jesus taught us. We believe that Jesus' teaching is the core of faith and action. Jesus teaches us to live, strive, and pray for life on earth to be "as it is in heaven" (The Gospel of Matthew 6:10); and to love as he has loved (The Gospel of John 13:34).
October 30 @ 10:45 AM
“He Saw The Light”
Adult Study Group
Sunday mornings @
9:50 AM in the 2nd floor Upper Room.
Peace and Justice
Justice For Animals
Equal Rights and Opportunity For All,
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AT BAY RIDGE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
We are committed to creating a community consistent with Jesus’ teachings of acceptance and love for one another. In this spirit, we invite people of every race and ethnicity, culture, age, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, mental and physical ability, faith history, marital status, educational background and economic status into full participation in the life and ministries of our church. LOCATION Until our new, solar-powered church building is built near the corner of 4th and Ovington Avenues, we are in residence with our neighbor, The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 7420 4th Avenue, at the corner of 4th Avenue and Bay Ridge Parkway (75th Street). We worship in the 2nd floor Upper Room in the center of the building. Use the center garden gate entrance in the middle of the block. We are near the 77th Street station on the R train. For information on The Economic Well-Being Award, see Econ-Award on left. Search “Church Economics Prize” to view the PBS Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly presentation on The Economic Well-Being Award 100% of the Sunday offerings are given to religious and secular mission and service projects, chosen by our Mission Committee and Church Council.