Canarsie Full Gospel Chapel
Our schedule of services is as follows: Worship Service, Sunday 10:45 a.m and 7:00 p.m. Sunday School, Sunday 9:45 a.m.
We are located at 1186 Remsen Ave. The phone number is 257-2576.
Our Pastor is John Schreck, and the associate pastor is Kenneth Friedmann.
There will be a celebration of the sacrament of anointing of the sick Saturday, Sept. 25, 2004 at 10:30 AM here at Holy Family Church.
At this Mass we welcome Jesus as Physician and Healer. We welcome the sick and pray that they be restored to health by the gift of his mercy and made whole in his fullness.
All parishioners are invited as well as those who wish to receive this Sacrament. There is accessibility for wheelchairs from the entrance on Conklin Ave. Confessions will be available at 10:00 AM.
Volunteers are needed: If you could assist us with transportation to bring people for the anointing or bring cookies, cakes, etc. for a light refreshment or help set up and clean up. Your help will be appreciated. Please call Lucy at the rectory (718)257-4423 to put your name on a list be it for cookies or help.
Religious Education program for children will begin next weekend. The opening meeting will be on Saturday, September 18th at 10:30 AM. Classes will begin on Sunday, September 19th at 9:45 AM.
If you have not already registered or re-registered your child, please contact the Religious Education office early this week to arrange to register. For new registrations please see the flap on the right side for requirements.
The first meeting of the year is on September 19th after the 12:45 PM Mass. The Rosary Society meets every 3rd Sunday of the month. New members are welcome.
New Registration for the 2004-2005 year of our Religious Education Program is still ongoing. Please call the Rel. Ed office at 257-8016 or the Rectory office 257-4423 for appointment.
Holy Family Parish 125th Anniversary Committee invites you to a “Latin and Caribbean Festival” Saturday, October 9th from 8:00PM til 1:00 AM School’s Auditorium. Music, Food, Raffle, surprises and Cash Bar. Bring your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers. Call Walter Campbell (718) 495-6082; Cynthia Coffin (718) 649-0126 or the Rectory (718) 257-4423.
Our Lady Of Miracles
718-257-2400 East 86 Street (Between Glenwood Rd. & Flatlands Ave.)
Our schedule of masses is: Saturday at 5:30 PM, Sunday at 8:30 AM (English), 10:30 AM (English & Italian), 12:30 (French & Creole).
Our weekday mass schedule is: Monday to Saturday 8:30 AM only.
Golden Miracles has begun its new season and invites all seniors of the parish to join us for fellowship, faith sharing, games and fun. We meet on Tuesdays, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM in the Father Simonetti Parish Center on East 86th St.
Our Lady of Miracles Charismatic Prayer Group will be having a Healing Mass on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2004 at 7:15 PM. Celebrant will be Father Apallo. Rosary will be recited before the Masss. Everyone is Welcome. Our Lady of Miracles Church, 744 E. 86th. (Btwn Flatlands Ave & Glenwood Rd.)
Anyone interested in having an Annual Votive Candle lit for a loved one, please call the rectory at 718-257-2400.
Religious Education Office is now open for registration of new and re-registration of continuing students. All Catholic, grammar school children, who attend Public Schools, must also attend Religious Education Classes EVERY YEAR! Office is open on Sundays, from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM. Monday thru Thursday from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Please call for an appointment. 718-649-0006. You must bring your child/children’s Baptismal Certificate, Parish Envelope number and Appropriate Fee.
The Diocese is planning another Marian Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. It is scheduled for Saturday October 23, 2004. We will be reserving a bus to take pilgrims from Our Lady of Miracles Parish.A bus will be leaving at 6:00 AM and returning around 11:00 PM on the same day. If interested, call the rectory at 718-257-2400.
Our Food Pantry, sponsored by the Canarsie Cluster, (Our Lady of Miracles, St. Jude & Holy Family) is available for those in need. It is open on Fridays & Saturdays from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM both days.
If you or your family is in need of food, please stop by the rear basement doors of Our Lady Miracles Rectory on the days listed. Also, anyone who cares to donate any food, the pantry is always is in need of dry milk, cold cereal, peanut butter & jelly, mayonnaise, cooking oil, tuna fish, corned beef hash, paper goods and whatever else.
Mary Queen Of
Parish phone number: Rectory: 718-763-2330, School: 718-763-2360, School Of Religion: 718-763-2590, Parish website: www.mqhchurch.org. Rectory Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 12 Noon and 1:00 p.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday, 10:00 am - 6:00 p.m., Sunday 9:00 am - 1:00 p.m. National Holidays - Rectory Closed. Devotions: Miraculous Medal Novena: Mondays: 8:00 am with Mass and 7:30 p.m. Novena and Benediction. Morning Prayer: Monday - Friday 7:45 am, Saturdays - 8:45 am. Rosary: Monday - Friday after 8:00 am Mass, Saturday after 9:00 am Mass. Prayer Group Cenacle: Thursday Evenings: 7:30 p.m., Msgr. Burns Parish Center. First Fridays: Exposition and Benediction, 12 Noon - 2:00 p.m. Confessions: Saturdays 4:30 p.m.
Registration is being held for any girl in Kindergarten through Sixth Grade who wants to join the Girl Scouts. Come and join the Fun!!!
The Rosary Society is hosting a BAKE SALE after all the Masses on the weekend of September 18th and 19th. There will be HOMEMADE baked goods as well as raffles.
Keep your calendars open for Saturday, October 16th. The Rosary Society will be hosting a Parish Pilgrimage to Our Lady of the Island. Further information will follow in future bulletins.
The Parish Family Communion Breakfast is on Sunday, October 3rd, following the 10 am Mass. This breakfast is being sponsored by the Holy Name Society and the Respect Life Committee.
The off-Broadway production of Late Nite Catechism is coming to Mary Queen of Heaven on Saturday, October 23rd in the Parish Hall. Mark the date on your calendar and be prepared to enjoy this hysterically funny play. It will bring back many memories for those who attended Catholic schools.
Have you checked out our new Parish Website yet? The new parish website at www.mqhchurch.org has lots of information about our parish. Check it out each week for the latest information and news of things that are happening in the parish.
The opening of the 2005 Mass Book for Mass intentions as well as Altar Bread and Wine, Altar Flowers, Altar Candles and Tabernacle Candle will take place on Saturday, October 2nd. Doors will open at 7:30 am and the Mass requests will begin at 9:30 am.
The members of Plymouth Congregational Church invite you to worship and fellowship with us.
We are located at 1223 East 96 Street, between Ave J and Flatlands Avenue, 1-718-649-5962; Fax 1-718-649-3702.
Our Sr. Pastor is Rev. Albert Morrison.
We preach Jesus Christ, crucified and buried, risen on the third day, ascended to heaven and coming again in glory!
Order of services: Sunday Morning 9:30 - Youth and Adult Sunday School 10:45 am Devotional Period. 11:00am - Worship Service. Monday 7:00pm, “Hour of Prayer” Wednesday 7:30 pm, Prayer & Bible Study. Thursday - Choir Rehearsal, Thursday 6:30pm. Communion Service, every 1st Sunday. Youth Service every second Sunday. Fifth Sunday - Missionary Service.
We are located at 606 E. 89th St.
Our schedule of services are as follows: Sunday Worship, 9:00AM & 11:30 AM. - Sunday School 10:30 AM. - Sunday Children Church 11:30AM. - Wednesday Worship 7:30PM.
Our phone numbers are 718-649-4516 and 718-272-5150.
Our service schedule is as follows:
Sunday morning 11:30AM, Worship Service. Sunday morning, 10:30 AM, Sunday School.
Wednesday evening, 7:30PM, Prayer Fellowship. Friday evening, 6:00 PM, Youth Fellowship.
We are located at 2368 Ralph Avenue. Our phone number is (718)-241-0736.
We are located at 1155 East 93rd Street (near Conklin Ave.).
Our phone is 718-649-3759. Our pastor is Rev. Felix A. Busby.
The Canarsie Community Reformed Church is a culturally diverse church, seeking to reconcile all God’s children to Christ, through the renewing of the spirit and mind, and by living in conformity to the Word of God through Jesus Christ.
Weekly church activities begin on Sunday mornings with Sunday School for children and teens at 10:45AM and Sunday Service at 11:00 AM with sermons on inspirational and insightful topics.
Audio tapes of each Sunday’s sermon are available immediately after services.
Large print Bibles are available for the visually impaired, and a Conductive Loop System adaptable to T-switch.
Prayer Services are held on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM and Bible Study on Thursdays at 7:00PM.
The Youth Group meets on Saturdays at 7PM.
Special services include our Communion every first Sunday, and Healing Service every fifth Sunday.
Mount Carmel Worship And Outreach Center
We are located at 786-788 East 46th Street, Brooklyn New York 11203. 718-978-6140; 718-209-4170; 917-609-0909. Pastor: Rev. Glen Lawrence, Secretary Treasurer: Mrs. Ruth Warden.
Pastor Glen Lawrence and members of the Mount Carmel Worship and Outreach Center invite you, your family and friends to our church. This is your place for warm Christian Fellowship. In salvation, healing of Body, Soul and Mind and for deliverance.
Services are held: Sundays: Sunday School at 10am, Worship Service at 11am, Wednesdays: Prayer meeting & Bible study at 7pm.
For prayers call (718)209-4170 or 917-609-0909. Call for possible help with transportation to church.
The Word …
The Life of
There is no question about it. We all want a generous portion of the good things of this life. Of course we are most concerned about material things. We can, however, also add good health because without good health we cannot fully enjoy the material goodies of this life. We also strive to gain the respect, even the admiration of others. It feels good when we have excelled in a certain field and we are admired because of it. Unfortunately, most of us leave out one key element in our quest for the better life - Jesus Christ, the divine Son of God. You see, you cannot ignore Jesus Christ and ultimately expect a good life. Jesus said, “Apart from Me you can do nothing” (John 15:5). This includes improving the quality of your life. Did you catch what I said? I mentioned the quality of your life. Without Christ you cannot really improve the quality of life. You might increase the quality of things in your life. You might gain great wealth and you might even gain the admiration of many men and women. But the quality of your life may not change at all. In fact you may still experience a great lack of inner peace and contentment. This is why Christ came into the world. He said, “I came that they might have life, and have it abundantly” (John 10:10). He came into the world in order to change the quality of life experienced by people like you and me. He came to give you an abundance of love, joy, peace and contentment. There is nothing worse than sadness in the midst of plenty. But sadness will be there if you ignore Jesus Christ. Isn’t it time for you to turn to Him and seek the abundance of life that comes thru Him? To hear more on the same topic call toll free for the “mini-message of the week” 1-800-777-0389 or visit www.w-e-m.org.
Shrine Of St. Jude
Our 2005 Mass Intentions Book is open. You may request Masses, Altar Bread & Wine and the Sanctuary Candle for Candle for January 1st through December 31st, 2005. In fairness to everyone, all Masses will be scheduled on a first come basis.
Registration for Religious Education classes will take place on Tuesdays in our school. Classes begin on Sunday, September 26th at 9:00 A.M. Please register your child before September 26th. There will be NO registration on the first day of class. If you have any questions please call (718) 241-6633.
The 12:30 PM Mass is our Bilingual Mass. The first reading, the psalm and some of the hymns will be in the language of the day. September 19th Tagalog/English, September 26th English.
On Sunday, October 10th at the 12:30 P.M. Mass, Msgr. John Delendick will be installed as pastor of St. Jude. Refreshments will follow afterwards in Coyne Hall.
On Sunday, September 19th the Apostleship of Prayer will have their monthly meeting in the Community Room from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M.
In preparation for our parish feast day on October 28th, our solemn novena continues on Thursday nights at 7:30 P.M. in the church.
On Saturday, September 18th at 11:00 A.M., we will have a Parish celebration for the sick. During the Mass, the sacrament of anointing of the sick will be given. The sacrament is not “Last Rites.” The sacrament shows Jesus’ healing power of spirit for anyone who is seriously ill (chronic illness like asthma) and for those of older age whose health is diminished. It is also for people who have mental illness like depression or who will have an operation in the near future. Afterwards there will be refreshments in Coyne Hall. If anyone needs a ride, please call the church.
Sunday, September 19th is Catechetical Sunday. We thank our Parish Catechists with a special commissioning at the 10:30 A.M. Mass.
Rabbi Joshua Minkin, Cantor Doris Cohen, Presidents Warren Nadel and Leonard Strum, the officers and trustees invite you to join us in prayer every Friday night at 8:00 PM and Saturday morning at 10:00 AM. Following Friday service, please join us for Oneg Shabbat.
Get well wishes to any of our Temple members, family or friends who are ailing. Best wishes to all who are celebrating “September Simchas.”
Important Dates: Rosh Hashanah Friday morning Sept, 17th at 10 AM.
Friday night regular service begins at 8:00 PM.
We wish everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year, along with all good things life has to offer.
Call the office to reserve your desired seats for the High Holy Days.
Greetings: Temple Emanu-El welcomes anyone who would like to join us for the High Holy Days or any other Sabbath Service. We welcome Jewish, Interfaith and alternative Families. Come discover our warm and spiritual atmosphere.
Temple Emanu-El is the only reformed Synagoge within the Mill Basin, Bergen Beach, Canarsie, Georgetown, Starrett City and Sheepshead Bay Area.
It would is pleasure to meet and greet you.
Classes: Come join Rabbi Minkin for our adult classes on Friday nights after service, and Saturday mornings before service.
Come to the senior center at Temple Emanu-El for a hot lunch made in our kitchen, a game of bingo, cards and other enjoyable activities that go on each day. We are street accessible. Come meet old friends and make new ones.
Please feel free to visit us at 1880 Rockaway Parkway (Between Avenues M & N). Telephone #1-718-251-0450 or E-mail us at email@example.com.
Seaview Jewish Center
For a beautiful Oneg Shabbos spirit, please join us for Davening in our lovely, spacious, and air conditioned Shul. Enter through the glass doors in our parking lot on E. 98th St. between Ave. N & Seaview Ave.
Our office telephone number is 1-718-251-1900. The mailing address is 1440 E. 99th St. Brooklyn, NY 11236.
Office hours are announced during Shabbos services for the upcoming week. Call to join our mailing list and be informed of our many activities firsthand.
We have Russian language Siddurim for those who require them. Learn Torah on the go with our “Shuir-on-a-cassette” tapes. They are free for the asking. Come in and pick some up. Thursday night September 16th begins the second day of Rosh HaShannah. Mincha / Maariv services begin 6:45 pm. Light your candles from an existing flame at 7:44 pm.
Friday morning Rosh HaShannah services begin at 8:30 am. Light your Shabbos candles Friday evening September 17 from an existing flame at 6:42 pm. Friday and Saturday evening Mincha / Ma’ariv services begin at 6:45 pm. Saturday morning Shabbos we Daven Shacharis at 8:45 am. The Torah reading is at 10 am.
The Parsha this Shabbos is Ha’Azinu, Shabbos Shuvah. A delicious luncheon Kiddush follows Musaf sponsored by Arnold Willence. Shalosh Seudas is at 7:15 pm between Mincha and Maariv Saturday evening.
Shabbos is over Saturday night at 7:41 pm. Make Havdalah with wine, spices, and a multi-wick flame.
A hearty Refuah Sh’loimeh to the sick of our community. Get well soon!
Upcoming Events: Save the dates! Come join us in our lovely succah this year.
We have formed a chess club amongst the many Seaview members who enjoy the game.
Right after the Kiddush on Shabbos mornings, the chess matches begin. All levels are welcome to join.
Sephardic Jewish Center
Rabbi Myron Rakowitz, President Israel Maya, Hazan Isac Faineh and Sisterhood President Hermosa Behar cordially invite you to attend our Religious and Educational programs.
Everyone is invited to attend our Kiddush this Shabbat Shuvah which is being tendered by the Family of Leon Brill in his memory.
Shabbat Shuva services, Friday Evening September 17th at 6:40 PM, light candles 6:46 PM. Saturday Morning, September 18th, Tefilah at 8:30 AM, evening Tehilim, Torah Study, Minha and Seudah Shilisheth at 6:00 PM, schedule of services for Yom Kippur: Friday evening, September 24th Light candles 6:31 PM, Kol Nidre at 6:00 PM; Saturday Morning, September 25th, Yom Kippur, Tefilah 8:00 AM, Sermon 10:00 AM. Yizkor follows Torah Reading. Neilah 6:20 PM.
Sunday, September 19th, Silihot Services at 6:30 AM. September 19th is also the Fast of Gedaliah.
Our Hazan Isac Faineh will be conducting our High Holiday Services.
We will once again wish our Congregants and Friends in the Canarsie Community a Happy Healthy New Year and we pray for World Peace.
If you wish to make donations to Yeshivas, plant a tree in Israel, buy Israeli Bonds, make pledges to the UJA/Operation Exodus Fund, or contribute to any other cause, please feel free to call our office 718-257-0400. We are located at 9320 Flatlands Ave., cor. E. 94th Street.
Canarsie Community Yeshiva
The Canarsie Community Yeshiva located at 1387 East 96th Street extends a gracious welcome to the entire Jewish community.
We are announcing that registration is ongoing for our community Yeshiva. Classes are held Sunday thru Wednesday evenings at the Yeshiva.
Classes are open to men and women of all ages. Young and old alike are afforded an opportunity to enroll in a Yeshiva program.
We encourage the Jewish community to devote at least one evening a week and join us at the Yeshiva and broaden their knowledge and background of Torah and tradition.
An open invitation is extended to the Canarsie community Daily Minyan. Our Prayer Group is located at Congregation AAA Sfard 1385 East 94th Street. Services start at 6 AM, with study period from 6:35-7:05 AM.
Please join us and keep our tradition and observance strong.
Please call 718-646-9638 if you want more information.
Temple Hillel of Flatlands invites the community to our high Holy Days.
Services as follows: Rosh Hashanah: Thursday, September 16th & Friday, September 17th at 9 A.M. Kol Niore: Friday, September 24th at 6:45 P.M.
Yom Kippur: Saturday, September 25th at 9 A.M. Yiskor Service at 11:30 A.M. Come join us for services as we welcome the year 5765.
Our temple is located at 2164 Ralph Avenue at Avenue L (718)763-2400.
Vice Presidents Irving Steinfeld and Barbara Rubin, the officers and congregants of YIC extend best wishes to the community for a gmar chatimah Tova, a very happy and prosperous new year.
Sservices for Yom Kippur are as follows: Friday morning Slichos at 6:15. Mincha at 3:15.
Candle lighting at 6:31 PM. Kol Nidre promptly at 6:35.
Shabbos morning Yom Kippur services begin at 8:30 and continue throughout this most sacred of days. Yiskor memorial at 11:45, Mincha at 5:15 and Neilah concluding services at 6:15.
Our schedule for the festival of Sukkos which begins on Wednesday evening, Sept 29th is as follows: Wednesday & Friday evenings candle lighting at 6:15, Thursday evening at 7:30 Festival services Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 9 AM. The blessings for the lulav will be said on Thursday and Friday mornings.
Mincha each evening at 6:30. Shabbos ends with havdala at 7:25. There will be a kiddush in the Sukkah each morning after services and all are invited.
The community is welcome to join with us all during Yom Tov.
If you were not with us for Rosh Hashana but would like to be with us for Yom Kippur, please call the office at 718-251-2600 for seat reservations.
We wish one and all a Shana Tova, chag sameach and good Yom Tov to all.