Sunday Worship Service
Our regular Sunday morning service is held at 10:30AM at the Parsonage (566 E. 7th St.).
ASBC is a wonderful place to reflect on the World Religions in a non-dogmatic spirit of open exploration. At ASBC we affirm each person's right to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Join us as we journey together. All are welcome!
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"God has yet more truth and light to reveal" - John Robinson, 1620
We are the coming together of three historic Brooklyn NY congregations whose roots go back to 1845.
We are an ecumenical community of faith with ties to three important liberal denominations: the Unitarian Universalist Association, the United Church of Christ, and the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ.
We are an inclusive community, welcoming and affirming all - without regard to race or ethnicity, differences in ability, gender or sexual orientation - all who seek a liberal church committed to justice and an open spiritual quest. In 1999 our congregation voted overwhelmingly to declare All Souls Bethlehem an Open and Affirming Church, and more recently it voted, again overwhelmingly, to become affiliated with The Center for Progressive Christianity.
We are grounded in the Hebrew scriptures and the teachings of Jesus, but take John Robinson at his word. To that end we enrich our worship and spiritual pilgrimage by drawing from other wisdom traditions, including Buddhism and Native American spirituality, and from other wise teachers such as Gandhi and the Dalai Lama.
We use the arts as avenues of spiritual wisdom and nurture. We sponsor trips to museums, concerts and exhibits. We include drama and world music in our worship and celebrations.
We use our financial and personal resources to promote justice and understanding. We have supported AIDS Interfaith/NY, the Sunset Park Emergency Food Program, the former 780 Youth Council, the Flatbush YMCA and the East Timor Action Network.
We invite you to join us, a work in progress for the 21st Century.
Coffee hour following worship!
All Souls Bethlehem Church, Brooklyn, NY 11218-5902