Matthew 5:9 New International Version (NIV)
5:9- “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God”
Grace and Peace to you FTCC Family Viewers
I am praying for you, and your families. I am also praying for your strength in the Lord ,as we enter into this new year of Reconciliation, Restitution , Restoration which will lead TO REGENERATION! Our focus in 2020 will be, healing the breach, uniting our families and congregations in order to bring us into unity and perfect peace with each other. We know that the mutual ministry that we are involved in together is of great importance to God and God's people in Brooklyn, and throughout the world.
If we try, we can heal divisions, change hearts and fix things that have been broken for a long time and become new creatures in Christ Jesus! I trust that we all will seek to lift up the Gospel, not only in word, but most importantly in deeds an attitudes. I am making a special appeal to you, to commit yourself to healing and reconciliation, to be an agent of positive change, to be peacemakers and generally members with positive attitudes. As your senior Minister-Elect, I pledge my commitment to do the same.
Finally, I am expecting, great change at FTCC in 2020, new vision, new hopes, news dreams and new tangible examples of God's presence with us, but we cannot do it without each other, and most of all without the help of the Lord!
Grace and Peace,
Rev. Conrad B. Tillard Sr. M.Div., Th.M.
For more than 100 years Flatbush- Tompkins Congregational Church has been a center of Christian learning, ideas and ideals.
We are a church that is home to people from dozens of diverse backgrounds and denominations. As heir to the Pilgrim tradition, we are self governing and democratic in style.
Our mission is to provide a place of worship and learn the will of God.
to provide a place of worship and learn the will of God; to share in Christian fellowship, showing encouragement and love to each other, gaining spiritual strength for our personal needs, and as disciples of Christ, to communicate our love to all people by deeds and actions.
We begin at 10:45am each Sunday
About one hour. We have fellowship time after worship for coffee,treats and conversation
Worship is warm and traditional. A 25 voice choir and a pipe organ lead our music. The sermon is based on scripture and is relevant to our lives
Our Sanctuary, where Sunday worship is held, is at 424 East 19th Street, Between Ditmas Ave & Dorchester Rd- Entrance on Dorchester Road. By subway: Q train to Cortelyou: B or Q train to Newkirk Plaza. : By bus: B103 & B41 -See Map for short walking directions.
By car: Street parking is available.
Yes we are wheelchair assessable. We also have an indoor chairlift
We have a very vibrant Sunday School for both children and adults that starts at 9:30 and childrens church is coming soon.
424 E 19th St, Brooklyn, New York, 11226, United States
Tuesdays - 10am - 2pm
Wednesdays - 10am -9pm-
Fridays - 10am - 4pm
(Pastor's Office Hours by Appointment 10am -5pm
Wednesdays) PASTOR'S BIBLE STUDY 1PM-WEDNESDAYS