Resurrection Sheepshead Bay

Celebrating Christ - Serving Brooklyn

Who We Are

We began meeting for public worship on November 22, 2015. You are warmly invited to join us for our services. Whether or not you consider yourself a Christian, we welcome you to wrestle with the claims of Christianity by exploring our community as we gather together to worship God, hear him speak to us through the Bible, share our hopes and burdens with him in prayer, feast with him in Holy Communion, and joyfully fellowship with God and one another. Perhaps you have never been to church––or not in a long time––and fear that you won’t know what to do, how to act, or what to say. Be assured: Resurrection Sheepshead Bay is for people just like you, and we’ve tried to see to the details that will help you easily participate with us when you visit. Our Worship Services are held weekly on Sunday morning, from 10:30am until 12pm. When you arrive one of our greeters will hand you a bulletin that helps us all to move through the service together and answer any questions you might have. After the service, we hope you will stick around to give us the opportunity to meet you over bagels and coffee.

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What are services like?

Services include a time of prayer and worship, a brief sermon, and a chance to chat and have coffee afterward.


What is the community like?

The congregation is small and close-knit, but welcoming. We see ourselves as a family—everyone serves and loves together—and we'd love for you to be a part of it. Opportunities to get involved include regular events, community groups, service opportunities, etc.


What if I'm not a Christian?

Whether you've been a Christian your entire life, or never set foot in a church, you are welcome at Resurrection Sheepshead Bay.

Our Services

Sunday: 10:30am

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3076 Emmons Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11235

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About Us

Denomination:
Presbyterian (EPC)

Language:
English

Size: Small

Music:
Passionate Reverent, Traditional Hymns, Contemporary, Praise and Worship

Vibe:
Casual, Traditional Liturgy, Creative, Down to Earth, Friendly, Young families, Multigenerational, Neighborhood-focused, Inclusive

Programs:
Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Young Adults, Youth Group, Missions, Nursery

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Founded:
2016





Our Services

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Church Leader

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Brian Steadman

In addition to being the site pastor at Resurrection Sheepshead Bay, Brian is also the director of our Sandy relief ministries.Brian Steadman and his wife Jessie were born and raised in Alabama and Florida, respectively. After marrying in 2000, they moved to Austin, Texas, where their love for and enjoyment of cities first took root. This desire to live and serve in an urban setting continued to grow the years they spent in St. Louis, where Brian completed his MDiv. Upon completion of seminary, the opportunity to serve as church planting intern for Resurrection Park Slope became the perfect next step for them following graduation. Brian and Jessie, with their children Georgia and Eben, moved to Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn in 2008. They welcomed Claire, their third child and a native New Yorker, in 2009. Brian also began serving as an assistant pastor later that same year. From October of 2012 until September of 2015, Brian’s pastoral role focused on Sandy relief. And after much prayer, planning, and preparation Brian was able to step back into being a full time parish pastor as Resurrection Brooklyn launched a new worship site in Sheepshead Bay in November of 2015.