Faith Deliverance Center 897 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 Pastor Harry and Deborah Mitchel preside over the services of Faith Deliverance Church. Since 1954, Faith Deliverance…More Church has been serving the Bed-Stuy area in the Christian denomination.
Ebenezer Faith Temple Holiness Church offers Sunday School, Sunday Worship, Tuesday Prayer and Tuesday Bible Study,…More as well as Friday Evangelical Service. There is also Holy Communion on every first Sunday of the month.
Ebenezer Faith Temple Holiness Church is located within a stone building located on Gates Avenue between Tompkins and Marcy Avenues.
Apostolic Faith Church 870 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 The Apostolic Faith Church is located on Dekalb Avenue between Throop Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard. This church…More hosts weekly prayer services on Sundays and Wednesdays, as well as a Bible study every Friday. This church is led by the Rev. P. Passade, pastor.
Faith Deliverance Pentecostal Church of God 1191 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 Faith Pentecostal Church of God is led by Pastor Neithe Soleyn. Sunday services include religious education at 10am,…More worship service at 11am and an Evangelistic service at 7pm. On Wednesdays, the church holds a Bible study and prayer service. On Fridays, there is a youth service. Additionally, the church offers a bi-weekly ladies, young ladies and men's fellowship.
Emmanuel Pentecostal Faith Church of God 1286 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 Located on Bedford Avenue just off Fulton, this church is quietly serving the community. The Emmanuel Pentecostal Faith…More Church of God is just one of thousands of similar missionaries around the world. The church is affiliated with the Emmanuel Bible Institute.
Faith Holy Church of the Living God 193 Putnam Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 Faith Holy Church of the Living God is a Hebrew Pentecostal Church serving Bed-Stuy. Its origins are attributed to…More Mother Mary Magdalene L. Tate, a strong African-American woman who in 1903 founded this church. She traveled as a preacher in the Southern states, channeling her energies to the pursuit of changing hundreds of lives through service and fellowship.
Faith Worship & Praise Deliverance Tabernacle 1183 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 Faith Worship & Praise Deliverance Tabernacle is a Pentecostal church led by Pastor Neithe Solyn. The church hosts…More two weekly prayer services, bible study and Sunday school.
SPC Brooklyn Federal Credit Union 29 Claver Pl, Brooklyn, NY11238 SPC Brooklyn Federal Credit Union is a faith-based community credit union organized by the Roman Catholic Parish of St.…More Martin de Porres. Like other credit unions, SPC leverages the power of member's deposits to fund economic development within the community, and without profits for outside investors motivating decision making. SPC operates by appointment only.
Bridge Street A.W.M.E. Church 277 Stuyvesant Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 The Bridge Street African Wesleyan Methodist Episcopal church is the oldest congregation of continuing practice in the…More Brooklyn and Long Island regions dating back as far as 1766. The roots of the church follow the lineage of John Wesley, who developed the Methodist faith. Thomas Webb, the sea faring captain who converted to Wesleyan-ism, was the outreach missionary who helped unite this group.
Church of The Pilgrim Holiness 24 Arlington Pl, Brooklyn, NY11216 Reverend Kieth S. Burnett is the current religous leader of The Church of the Pilgrim Holiness. It was originally…More founded 86 years ago by Reverend Samuel A. Howard. This Church follows the Baptist faith and has been serving this community for close to a century.
The 3sixty House 430 Pulaski St, Brooklyn, NY11221 The 3sixty House is a safe-haven and mid-way point for homeless men in the community who want to overcome drug…More addiction. The 3sixty House was founded in 2007 inside of a three-story town house. The organization is nonprofit and privately funded. The house manager is Charles, an affable man and former drug addict who came to the house in 2008 and now helps others. Although the organization is not affiliated with any religion, it does encourage a Christian-based faith towards recovery. The house prefers discretion, as it tries to blend into the neighborhood's overall fabric.