Photo via Afro Latin Jazz Alliance [https://www.facebook.com/afrolatinjazzalliance/photos/pb.29565429033.-2207520000.1421722799./10152927949604034/?type=3&theater] On three Sunday evenings starting this weekend, All Saints’ Episcopal Church [http://www.allsaintsparkslope.com/] and CHiPS [http://chipsonline.org/] invite the community to come together for Evensong [http://www.
If you’re in the neighborhood tomorrow, consider volunteering at the Flatbush Reformed Church’s [https://www.facebook.com/FlatbushReformedChurch] Bread for the Journey special Christmas meal [http://flatbushfarmshare.wordpress.com/2012/12/16/special-christmas-community-meal-volunteers-needed/] . Volunteers are needed on Saturday, December 22 at noon at the church house, just behind
Enjoy a delicious, healthy, and free vegetarian lunch at a community meal [http://sustainableflatbush.org/2012/08/13/community-meal-saturday-august-18th-noon/] hosted by Sustainable Flatbush [http://sustainableflatbush.org/] and Brooklyn Jubilee [http://www.brooklynjubilee.org/] this Saturday, August 18, at 12pm at the Flatbush Reformed Church. Sustainable Flatbush’s local community chef
Michael Carder sends word about an upcoming community meal: > On Saturday, April 21, the community meal at the Flatbush Reformed Church [https://www.facebook.com/FlatbushReformedChurch], co-sponsored by Occupy Your Block, will be followed by two short plays by local playwright and performer Dan Kinch, “How to Stop the Empire