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Al Farouk Mosque, 552 Atlantic Avenue (bet. Third and Fourth avenues), Boerum Hill, (718) 855-9474.

Baptist Temple, 360 Schermerhorn St. (at Third Ave.), Downtown, (718) 875-1858.

Bay Ridge Jewish Center, 8025 Fourth Ave., Bay Ridge, (718) 836-3103.

Brooklyn Tabernacle
, 17 Smith St. (at Atlantic Ave.), Downtown, (718) 290-2000. www.brooklyntabernacle.org

By Way and Hedges Youth for Christ Ministry, 846 Utica Ave. (bet. Linden Blvd. and Church Ave.), East Flatbush, (718) 940-7499.

Chabad of Brownstone Brooklyn, 401 Ninth St, Park Slope, (718) 965-9836. www.chabadparkslope.com

Christ’s Church for Brooklyn, Third Avenue YWCA (30 Third Ave. at State St.), Park Slope, no phone, e-mail: joe@manhattanchurch.org.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 343 Court St. (at Union Street), Carroll Gardens, (718) 237-8859.

Congregation Beth Elohim, 274 Garfield Pl. (at Eighth Ave.), Park Slope, (718) 768-3814. www.congregationbethelohim.org

Congregation B’nai Avraham, 117 Remsen St. (between Clinton and Henry streets), Brooklyn Heights, (718) 596-4840. www.bnaiavraham.com

Congregation Mount Sinai, 250 Cadman Plaza West, Brooklyn Heights, (718) 875-9124. www.congmtsinai.org

Confraternity of the Precious Blood, 5300 Fort Hamilton P’kwy., Sunset Park, (718) 854-6058. www.confraternitypb.org

First Presbyterian Church, 124 Henry St. (at Clark St.), Brooklyn Heights, (718) 624-3770. www.fpcbrooklyn.org

First Unitarian Church, 50 Monroe Pl. (at Pierrepont St.), Brooklyn Heights, (718) 624-5466.

Friends Meeting House, 110 Schermerhorn St. (at Boerum Pl.), Boerum Hill, no phone.

House of the Lord Church
, 413 Atlantic Ave. (bet. Bond and Nevins streets), Boerum Hill, (718) 596-1991. www.holc.org

Islamic Society of Bay Ridge, 6807 Fifth Ave. (at 68th Street), Bay Ridge, (718) 680-0121. www.isbr.net

Kane Street Synagogue, 236 Kane St. (bet. Court and Clinton streets), Cobble Hill, (718) 875-1550. www.kanestreet.org

Kolot Chayeinu, 1012 Eighth Ave. (bet. 10th and 11th streets), Park Slope, (718) 390-7493. www.kolotchayeinu.org

Old First Reformed Church, 126 Seventh Ave. (at Carroll Street), Park Slope, (718) 638-8300. www.oldfirstbrooklyn.org

Park Slope Jewish Center, 1320 Eighth Ave. (bet. 13th and 14th Streets), Park Slope, (718) 768-1453. www.psjc.org

Plymouth Church, 75 Hicks St. (at Orange Street), Brooklyn Heights, (718) 403-9546. www.plymouthchurch.org

St. Augustine Catholic Church, Sixth Ave. at Sterling Pl., Park Slope, (718) 783-3132. www.staugustineparkslope.org

St. Francis Xavier, 225 Sixth Ave. (at Carroll Street), Park Slope, (718) 638-1880. www.stfxbrooklyn.org

St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church, 331 Hawthorne St. (bet. Nostrand and New York avenues), Prospect Lefferts Gardens, (718) 774-5248.

St. John-St. Matthew-Emanuel (Lutheran), 283 Prospect Ave. (between Fifth and Sixth avenues), Park Slope, (718) 768-0528. www.stjme.org

Union Temple, 17 Eastern P’kwy. (at Grand Army Plaza), Prospect Heights, (718) 638-7600. www.uniontemple.org

Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, 25 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn Heights, (718) 560-5000.



Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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Kristine says:
There is no phone # or computer contact info. listed for the Friends Meeting House on Schermerhorn St. Does anyone know how to contact them?
Jan. 28, 2010, 12:21 pm

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