The Twelve: Reformed Done Daily
Visit the Reformed Church blog called The Twelve: Reformed, Done Daily. It's 12 different bloggers from the Reformed tradition, taking turns, commenting on everything, but always theological. One of the bloggers, Jessica Bratt, a chaplain at Boston Children's Hospital, is a former member (and seminarian!) of Old First.
2012 Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash. Performing are Chris Thile, Michael Daves and friends. Daves and Thiele returned for the 2013 Bash with Jen Larson and more.
On September 28 2011, plaster suddenly fell from the sanctuary ceiling, pointing to ongoing issues which must be addressed before we can use our space again. In the meantime, services are being held in our Sunday School hall. Read the story here and follow updates on 'Old First Restoration' Facebook page.
The Fourth Annual Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash!
A benefit concert for the Old First Sanctuary Ceiling Restoration
Where: The Bell House (Gowanus, Brooklyn)
In the News
How Peter Sarsgaard became the Champion of a Park Slope
Brooklyn Daily Eagle | Faith in Brooklyn | January 5, 2015 NY1
Church Kitchen in Park Slope Creates Many Meals for Sandy Victims
Story and video: January 10, 2013
Daily News | New York
Wall Street Journal
Collapsed Ceilings Lead to Big Mitzvah:
Historic Church to Celebrate Easter Services at Synagogue
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Friday, March 30, 2012
Brooklyn Independent Television: Crumbling Churches
January 23, 2012, link to BIT
Click here for additional news reporting about Old First's ceiling and other stories.
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Written content edited from many sources previously produced by the Church and by Rev. Daniel Meeter.