While our physical gatherings being temporarily suspended, our leadership’s prayer is that our Church will continue to be the Church: Worshiping God in Spirit and in Truth, Sharing the good news of Jesus with our neighbors, and Being salt and light for the world around us.

Sunday, May 31

Coffee Hour is Back at 10:30 AM.  Join before worship this Sunday to meet someone new during breakout conversations. And if you have kids, join our Family Time with our Family Ministry Leaders, Matt and Katelyn Grant.

After Coffee Hour, you can stay on to watch the service, or sign off to watch our Worship Service on Facebook or YouTube at 11 AM. Please invite any friends and family who want to attend.

Important Note: Until further notice, Apostles Church Brooklyn is not encouraging people to gather in small groups beyond family/roommate household gatherings, in accordance with the “New York State on PAUSE” executive order, a 10-point policy to assure uniform safety for everyone. 

Sunday Morning

To join ABK’s Digital Coffee Hour and Digital Worship Gathering, click on the links below.

We’ve provided materials you can use on Sundays to worship at home. Follow along with the May 31 Liturgy, actively engaging God and his Word as you worship him. 

Join 5/31 Coffee Hour
Watch Service on YouTube @ 11 AM
Watch Service on Facebook @ 11 AM

This week’s story is about Joseph and Mary dedicating Jesus to the Lord, from Luke 2. As a parent, you can read some context for the Bible story before you join your child in studying God’s word. 

We have provided you resources to help you foster a study of God’s word with your child in the absence of our Sunday gatherings. We recommend that you read the story, sing a few songs and pray together. If you have time, play the Bible story as a review, print and complete the activity page or do the activity as a family together. 

You can refer to our Apostles Kids Spotify Playlist or YouTube Playlist for songs to sing together as a family. The songs listed are songs we sing together on Sundays in Apostles Kids. 


Bible Story

Questions to follow up with your child

  • What happened in the story?
  • What things were confusing to you in the story?
  • The prophetess Anna was excited to tell others the good news that the Messiah was born. Who do you want to tell the good news to? How can you tell them this week about Jesus?

Additional Activities

  • Play the Elementary Apply the Story Video to help apply the Bible story to your child’s life
  • Print this Elementary Activity Page for your K-5th grade child to fill out
  • Print this Activity Pages for 4th/5th Grades for your child to fill out
  • God was sent on earth to be King. Create a paper crown!
  • Create a good news banner. Using paper, cut a long strip of paper. Gather a stick or a straw. Leave space at the beginning of the strip (this will wrap around the stick or straw). Write on the paper “Jesus the Savior is here!”. Then, glue the paper to the stick. Wave the banner around to announce the good news that the Savior has come. 


Bible Story

Questions to follow up with your child

  • Who are the people in the story?
  • What happened in the story?
  • Where did Joseph and Mary take Jesus, obeying God’s rule? (the temple)
  • What things do you love about going to church? What do you miss as you’ve had to stay home?

Additional Activities

  • Print this Toddler/Preschool Activity Page and have your child complete it.
  • Have your child pretend to take a baby doll to church (or favorite stuffed animal). Encourage them to pack a bag for their baby, pretend to go to church (subway, walking, scooter, bus), and drop their baby doll off for Sunday school. 
  • Have your child draw a picture of church and ask them to describe it to you. 
  • God was sent on earth to be King. Create a paper crown!