The question of when we will be gathering together again has been the subject of much prayer and discussion by our church’s leadership. We are asking God for wisdom as we attempt to follow the guidelines of New York State and New York City regarding the timing for reopening our church campus. At the same time, we are making plans and putting protocols in place to ensure your safety and well-being when we are able to meet again. Stay tuned for updates as more information becomes available.  

In the meantime, we hope that you will continue to join us for Tuesday Prayer Onlinebeginning at 7pm; Sunday Worship Online, beginning at 9am; and weekday Devotions Onlinebeginning at 10am. We also invite you to check the Churchwide Announcements on our home page to learn about additional online events for each member of your family.

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Our ministries in Port-au-Prince and Jacmel have been directly involved in providing food, water, shelter and spiritual counsel to thousands of Haitians both before and after the earthquake that devastated Haiti in January.
Believers from a non-Christian background residing in the 10/40 Window often face heavy pressure and discrimination from family, society and religious leaders.
Since 2003, our volunteer medical/dental mission teams have ministered in many locations world-wide including Haiti, Dominican Republic, Peru, various African and Asian countries and the Middle East.
It seems almost every day that a new disaster strikes somewhere in the world. As the list of ministries that we oversee or partner with has grown, so has the likelihood that a disaster will strike these countries. We have responded as God enabled us.
Our ministries and churches want to see people grow spiritually in their relationship with the Lord. We are also deeply involved in the development of their communities.
The World Compassion Fellowship (WCF) Haiti Life Center launched in January, 2019 with 4 English (ESL) classes and 56 registered students. At the start of 2020, we had 132 students registered for ESL classes & 29 students registered for Computer classes.
World Compassion Fellowship (WCF) launched two (2) Medical Life Centers late 2018 in Beirut and up north in early 2019. In 2019, the Beirut Life Center treated more than 800 patients and our North Life Center treated more than 1100 patients.

"Blessed are the Merciful."

Mercy projects are long-term commitments to evangelism, discipleship, humanitarian aid and community development in a target area where the need is great. The Brooklyn Tabernacle currently supports a variety of Mercy Projects, listed below. If you have a heart for any of these projects or countries, we welcome your prayer and financial support. 100% of the proceeds will be used towards the projects. To make a donation click here.

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