We are created to worship God.
This worship can happen anywhere — work, home, play — but is uniquely expressed when we publicly gather to sing, pray, listen to God, contemplate, and celebrate the sacraments.
What to expect
We meet every week for worship at 10:30 a.m. at Congregation Mt. Sinai in Brooklyn Heights.
Anyone is welcome in worship. We encourage you to come as you are and wear what is comfortable. We get that visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating, so our hope is to create a hospitable and welcoming environment where you can worship and meet new people from the neighborhood.
It’s our commitment to explain the worship service as we go along. Our worship is structured, with liturgy, the Lord’s Supper, and rich music that connects us to the church of old and those who’ve gone before us—we are deeply rooted in something much larger than ourselves or our own cultural moment. But our hope is that worship is accessible, thoughtful, and enjoyable.
You should always feel the freedom to participate actively in our worship or to just listen and observe at your discretion. It is a time to process freely and safely the claims of Jesus and consider what he offers you.