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Our two Open Mics with Soul are on the first Friday and the third Saturday. Check the calendar for details.

 

 

 

March 9th is the ASBC Annual Meeting

Following church on Sunday, March 9th, we’ll be holding our annual meeting.  This is an important meeting for members and an opportunity for guests and visitors to learn more about the church.  Pastor Tom gives a short report highlighting the events of the previous year, as does Council President Eric Flores.  Meeting should begin immediate following our regular worships service (which runs from 10:30AM – 11:30AM).  All are welcome.

December 24th at 7PM Christmas Eve Service

Each year on Christmas Eve we gather for a collection of traditional Gospel readings, Christmas Carols and a reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.’  ASBC is a wonderful place to connect with a faith community that is open to the World Religions.

 

Saturday June 8th: Brooklyn Pride

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Join All Souls Bethlehem Church and the Greenpoint Reformed Church as we walk in support of our LGBT members and friends and for the larger social justice cause of equal rights for all, regardless of sexual orientation.  We’ll gather at the Station Diner (also online as the Station Cafe) at the corner of 4th Ave. and Union St. (244 4th Ave., in Park Slope/Brooklyn) between 6:00PM and 6:30PM.  Come early if you want to grab a bite!  The parade begins at 7:30PM and moves along 5th Ave.  If you’d like to join us and need more information please contact Rev. Tom Martinez at tomnmartinez@gmail.com or on his cell phone, 718-915-2600.

Saturdy, June 1st at 7:30, The Whiskey Boys

Join us for a house concert featuring the Whiskey Boys, http://www.whiskeyboys.com/super-secret-album-demos-shh/, a visiting band connected to a couple of our parishioners.  The concert is located at the church, 566 E. 7th St. between Cortelyou and Ditmas.

Friday May 3rd at 7PM: First Friday Open Mic With Soul

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This coming Friday is our next Open Mic with Soul.  Nadira Indelicato is our host.  Participants typically include musicians and some spoken word artists. Recently we’ve gotten a few folks interested in playing with Improv.  You never know what you’ll see but it’s always a good time and includes a free supper!  Hope to see you there (566 E. 7th St. between Cortelyou Rd and Ditmas Ave, our house church, not to be mistaken for the large church building on the corner…).

Documentary: Two Who Dared (ASBC co-hosts with First Unitarian), April 10

Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at 7:00 pm (at First U in Brooklyn Heights)

First Unitarian Universalist Society in Brooklyn
48 Monroe Place (church office)/Sanctuary Corner of Monroe and Pierrepont, Brooklyn, New York 11201-2603
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A powerful documentary about a Unitarian Universalist couple who risked their lives to save Jews from the Holocaust (http://twowhodared.facinghistory.org/). We’re hoping to bring a diverse interfaith audience together to view this powerful new documentary at an historic UU church in Brooklyn.   SYNOPSIS

After seventeen ministers declined the Unitarian Association’s request for relief volunteers in Europe, Waitstill and Martha were the eighteenth call. When they committed to the dangerous undertaking, they left their two young children in the care of their congregation in Wellesley, Massachusetts and traveled to Czechoslovakia at the onset of WWII. In order to enable the clandestine transportation of refugees, they battled political and social blockades, broke laws to get imperiled individuals exit visas and laundered money on the black market. Over the course of two missions: in Prague (1939), and in Southern France (1940), the Sharps, and their underground confederates, played a vital role in saving thousands from persecution.   The documentary film is told from the point of view of Martha and Waitstill Sharp, drawing on their recorded interviews, letters and unpublished memoirs, and includes interviews with rescued children and noted Holocaust scholars.

 

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