It was also a year of many accomplishments and blessings. The prayers and support of our congregants have enabled our church to respond in a meaningful way to the dire need for food among members. Presently we have a Food Pantry Program where hot meals and fresh produce are distributed twice weekly to an average of at least 1,000 families weekly from the community . Leading the charge is our Senior Pastor, Rev. Morais Quissico.
Prior to the pandemic, we were able to renovate a portion of the ceiling in our Sanctuary which had collapsed. However, repairs and maintenance are on-going issues for a 118 year-old building and in addition to the collapsed ceilings, a crumbling Steeple, and other day-to-day maintenance at the church building has taken a toll on our church finances.
The church is in dire need of funds to help maintain our building which includes repairs to our basement, plumbing, our steeple, pointing/waterproofing and help to continue our Mission in the Flatbush/Ditmas Park community.
The much needed repairs for our building will be done in phases, and is an on-going project, which we would like to begin as soon as possible.
We understand that everyone's financial situation is difficult, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, but we have faith that God will continue to see us all through. If we do nothing we risk losing a church that has been a beacon of hope to our community for over a century now. We trust that you will give what you can. Every donation goes a long way, regardless of the amount. As a not-for-profit organization, we will provide tax receipts for all donations.
If you need more information about how you can contribute, please do not hesitate to contact
Thanking everyone for their support.