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South Brooklyn Seventh-day Adventist Church firmly believes in The Great Commission of Matthew 28, as well as our Statement of Faith. Those two concerns are the driving force behind our vigorous thrust into the spreading of the Gospel through multimedia—both online and offline.


The Gospel message is so important today that you could never get enough of it. Some individuals are at a disadvantage because they don’t have ready access to the Gospel message. These individuals, through unfortunate circumstances, are unable to physically come to church. This includes the incarcerated, incapacitated, bed-ridden, hospitalized, dislocated, unfortunately preoccupied, etc. We make our media library available to them for their convenience. 


During our services, you will see our members documenting the event with photography and videography. The footage will be prepared for streaming across the Internet and showing privately to those who cannot make it to our church. Please feel free to share our resources with anyone in your sphere of influence that would benefit from the messages contained within. We have materials on FacebookTwitterYouTubeFlickr, and Blogger.

Add us as a friend. Keep abreast of our updates, see our photo albums, find updates to programming, and more.

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Subscribe to us. Watch a variety of videos online. Comment on our videos and favorites.

See our photos and slideshows in high resolution.

Read commentary from our Pastor and Elders.

If you don’t have accounts with any of those websites, please create one now. They’re all free to use and quick to set up.

We look forward to sharing our updates with you and communicating with you through your web browser or your mobile device. Feel free to add us, follow us, subscribe to us, look at us, and read us. Share our contact information with your friends.


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