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Attending South Brooklyn, you are certain to find programming that appeals both to your tastes and to your interests. For instance, on Sabbath (Saturday) mornings, we have “Sabbath School” (which is the equivalent of the Sunday School that you may be familiar with). This is a wonderful program to attend if you are looking for focussed Bible studies. We also have our main services, lunch, a children’s program, and we end the day with Adventist Youth Society (AYS), a wholesome program led by the young adults. This program tackles social and spiritual issues that are not usually covered by the mainstream media.

On Wednesday nights, we host “
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting”. This mid-week break from the hustle-and-bustle is a great way to recompose yourself and focus on God. The pace is relaxed and the attendees are welcoming.

In addition to our staple programs, many events and activities are scheduled throughout the year, such as Cultural Day, Women’s Ministries Day, Hospitality Day, Music Appreciation Day, Vacation Bible School, food and clothing drives, and many more.

We want you to feel free to join us at any time. We will welcome you and make you comfortable. If there’s anything that we could do to ensure your comfort, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We will do our best to accommodate you. 

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