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Thank you for considering a visit to Park Slope United Methodist Church! Whether you are interested in joining us for worship or a community event, we welcome you as our honored guest.  We are located at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Eighth Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY.  We offer a loving, supportive, inclusive fellowship that celebrates the diversity of our neighboring community.   For more information, contact us at [email protected]

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Social Action film series presents, Forbidden , Friday, March 31 at 7:30pm

Park Slope United Methodist Church410 6th Avenue at 8th Street in BrooklynDoors open at 7PM, refreshments served Join us for a post-film discussion with Activist and Producer Moises Serrano. Read more

Special Taize Service during Lent every Monday at 12:30, starting March 6, 2017

Please join us for a midday Taize service starting Monday, March 6 at 12:30,  and the next 5 Mondays, as well as our Wednesday evening service at 7:30 PM in the sanctuary. Read more

Join us for one of our Spring and Lent classes.

Join us for one of our spring Adult Education and Spiritual Formation Classes beginning soon. Check out a description of classes and register. Read more

Social Action Presents a Free Screening of the film,13th, on Friday, March 3rd, 7:30 PM

Join us for a free screening of the Netflix Original Documentary, 13th, from Ava DuVernay, director of Selma at Park Slope United Methodist Church 410 6th Ave. Doors open at 7 PM, refreshment served. Read more

Ash Wednesday Taize Service, March 1, 7:30 PM

About Ash Wednesday   In the early years of the church, Ash Wednesday developed as a day of penitence to mark the beginning of Lent- the forty days of preparation for the celebration of Easter. Ash Wednesday is a particular time for new beginnings in the faith, a time for returning to God.  On this day we use ashes to recall our mortality and to wait upon God for a renewing Spirit. It is a time for putting aside the failures of the past in light of who we are yet to become by the grace of God. Read more