Ours in an alternative to traditional worship.

If you are familiar with sitting in pews and listening to a sermon, this is something a bit different. 

We gather in the beautiful church space upstairs, but we sit in the round near the altar.

We sing and pray together.

Pastor Amy gives a reflection on the text and invites others to offer their thoughts, reflections, questions and how they hear God speaking to them. 

We share the communion meal of bread & wine, passing it around the circle and feeding each other. It is a more intimate way to engage this ancient ritual.

We’re an inclusive church, where everyone is truly welcome.

We are invited to come close to the action and be part of the drama. 

And we invite you to experience God in community with us. 



FIRST THURSDAY of each month, 8:30PM

Every first Thursday of the month, a talented group of vocalists sing ancient prayers to create a rich ambiance for your prayer and meditation. The church is dark, except for the light of candles flickering at the front. The mood is peaceful while keeping a sense of Divine mystery. It is a wonderful way for you to decompress at the end of the day. This event is open for all.


Third sunday of each month, 6pm


Debbie Attias hosts circlesinging at Park Church. Join our joyful community of spontaneous song!

Whether you're an experienced vocal improviser or a secret shower singer, please add your voice to the circle in the breathtaking sanctuary of the Park Church Co-op in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

Please help us make this space inclusive to singers of all experience levels. Be responsible for your own individual learning.

$10 - $15 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds.


Please confer with our calendar for open sanctuary times.

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Worship is on Sundays at 11AM. We encourage you to check our calendar for when the sanctuary is open, as the hours tend to fluctuate. You are invited to come in and pray or meditate. There will be someone from our community there to greet you and answer any questions you might have. Our space is open to our community as a place of spiritual nurture.