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Resurrection Church Paint Party

Dear Parishioner,

I Invite you to a painless, workless and timeless paint party. Our Church ceilings haven’t seen a coat of paint since the church was built in 1953 with the first Mass in the new building on Easter Sunday.

To have this paint party, I ask your help in accomplishing this task. […]

Calling All Vendors

Resurrection Church is looking for Vendors for their Christmas boutique.

Christmas Boutique Sunday – December 4, 2011 10:00am – 6:00pm

Table space 30$ per table For reservations please call Phyllis 917-385-5735

Resurrection Sports: Softball Registration This Weekend

The Resurrection Sports  Association will hold registrations for its summer program this weekend on March 5 and March 6 in the Resurrection School Gym.

Registration times are: 4 p.m to 6 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

Snow & Cancellations

Winter Storm Warning for NYC from 10AM today to 6AM tomorrow. 4-8 inches of snow is expected. Travel with caution.

Resurrection CCD CANCELED today due to inclement weather!!! Good Shepherd CCD is also canceled

Take this time to sign up for Notify NYC

NY Daily News on Church Reorganization

No new news as of now with the brooklyn church reorganization. This is all news we already knew but it is a good reminder that Resurrection Church and every church is on the table.

Basically the church may have to close some locations due to lack of attendance and some financial woes.

Read […]

Beach Rat Runners Club

Running is one of the purest and most fun forms of cardiovascular exercise. Our goal is to promote the sport of running as an exciting way to achieve a high level of fitness in a forum that enhances team spirit and individual achievement. We will train for fun, fitness, and to compete in […]

Register for Resurrection Religious Education

Please remember to register for CCD (Confraternity of Christian Doctrine), Resurrection Religious Education program for the 2010-2011 term. Here are the dates and times you can register in the religious education office:

Tuesday, June 1st 9:30-11:30 a.m. & 1:15-2:45 p.m Wednesday, June 2nd 9:30-11:30 a.m. & 1:15-2:45 p.m. Thursday, June 3rd 9:30-11:30 a.m. Monday, […]

Seminarian, Joseph Zwosta’s Summer Assignment

When I was first discerning my vocation in college, I found myself drawn to the work of a parish priest, even though I was very much influenced by numerous saintly Jesuits at Georgetown. I started to regularly discuss my vocational thoughts with a priest that I trusted. Around the end of my junior year, I got into regular contact with priests from the Diocese of Brooklyn. After attending a Vocations retreat at the Seminary in Douglaston and a Project Andrew dinner at the bishop’s residence, I decided definitively to apply to the seminary for our diocese. I am excited by the prospect of ministering to the members of the faithful at the most important moments of their lives. Having grown up in Brooklyn, I have great affection for the people of my home diocese. Our unique diocese, the Diocese of Immigrants, provides so many wonderful opportunities to serve Catholics from all walks of life and national origins. I can’t imagine spending my life, or my priesthood, anywhere else! […]

Bob Rossi Passed Away

Bob Rossi, a long-time pillar of Resurrection Church and the Knights of Columbus passed away on May 1st as a result of an apparent heart attack.

I regret to inform you that Mr. Bob Rossi passed away today. He served as a Eucharistic Minister, Usher, and Sacristan at Resurrection Parish. Bob will be […]

Update: Resurrection May Be In Danger of Closing

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Again, let me state this very clearly: Resurrection Church is not closing – but lets be real it’s “on the table”.

Every parish in the diocese is currently engaged in a strategic planning process with the bishop. The “Christ Jesus, Our Hope – Diocesan Strategic Planning for Parishes” plan is to evaluate the current status of local parishes for the long term stability of the church.  Meaning… closings of churches are “on the table” – across the board – across the diocese.


All churches have very low attendance, and there seems to be a lot of different reasons for the low attendance, but according to the report some factors include “demographic shifts, small and large from the migration of many Catholics away from the Northeast to changes in ethnic groups within certain neighborhoods.”

The Bishop does not want what happened to schools in their decision of closing to happen to churches.  To that end, he is making everyone alert to what is going on.

Some churches cannot support themselves because they are either in poor areas and are not being supported by parishioners, so the diocese has been subsidizing them.  Some are receiving up to 40%. Selling church property is not an option, Real estate will probably go back up.  Some churches are very close in proximity and some have very high maintenance costs and falling apart.

The bishop has appointed a committee to go to the churches and evaluate buildings, structure, cost efficiency, maintenance. They are also looking at the “sacramental life” of the church e.g. baptisms, weddings, communions, confirmations etc.

As far as Resurrection goes, the buildings are in very good condition, and they do have the leasing of the school building as a steady source of income.

Continue reading Update: Resurrection May Be In Danger of Closing

Resurrection Church May Be in Danger of Closing

Nobody freak out and read what I am writing clearly: Resurrection Church – is not closing – at least not just yet.

Apparently, there was a meeting last week held by Father Farrell and it came out that Resurrection Church (constructed in 1953) may have to close their doors because of low attendance.


Brooklyn Blue Feather Mascot Stolen

A few weeks ago, someone stole the Brooklyn Blue Feather School mascot, a 5 foot stuffed giraffe. The giraffe is was placed outside the office on the first floor. The giraffe is especially import ant for these kids because it was a welcoming sight when the kids come in first thing in the […]

Help Brooklyn Blue Feather with Book and Candy Drive!

Brooklyn Blue Feather School (what used to be Resurrection School) on Gerritsen Avenue is a state approved non public school for students from kindergarten thru fifth grade that are autistic. Blue Feather is looking for the Gerritsen Beach community to help out with donations of gently used books for the students (any age […]

Religious Education Registration Dates

Registration 2009-2010 for Religious Education will be held in the Religious Education Office Community Center in the Resurrection Church Rectory Basement.

June 1 – Monday – 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. & 7 – 8 p.m. June 2 – Tuesday – 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. & 1:15 – 2:45 p.m. June 3 – Wednesday – […]

Burglary In Our Schools

Cops are hunting for a pair of prowlers who have committed at least 11 burglaries at schools in Queens and Brooklyn. Police say the spree began in December when the duo broke into Our Lady of Grace school on 101st Street near 158th Avenue in Ozone Park, Queens.

They are also believed to […]