Chocolate Chip Chamber Music videos:
Old First seeks to offer Hospitality to Community Groups and the Arts — this is carried out through our newly formed 4th Mission team.
The 4th Mission: Arts at Old First
Arts at Old First is a community arts project of the historic Old First Reformed Church that advances the church's mission to provide community outreach, predominately through hospitality to the arts. Based in the heart of Park Slope, Brooklyn, we believe that our historic sanctuary and building is a gift that should be shared with our broader New York City community, through hosting musical performances and other community events.
Visit Arts at Old Firs on Facebook:
Old First has hosted art events. See Arts at Old First on Facebook for upcoming shows which may be planned.
A Few Musicial Groups who Found a Home at Old First
Old First Reformed Church has been home to Chocolate Chip Chamber Music, which made its debut as a children’s music series in May 2006 with preformances through May 2012. Look for the program to pick up again in the near future, and check their website: www.chocolatechipmusic.org
Concerts and Clubs
Brooklyn Conservatory Community Chorus
Club Loco (2006-2009) in the Lower Hall
Ian Cory of Cool and Unusual Punishment, Drums;
Sword Dancing at Old First
Videos on YouTube. Dancers have performed every spring in the Upper Hall for many years.
Please contact the church office if you or your group would like to rent space for a performance or recital. The sanctuary is currently under construction but the Lower Hall and Upper Hall may be booked.
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Written content edited from many sources previously produced by the Church and by Rev. Daniel Meeter.