Statement of Faith
Dynamic orthodoxy - CCC Is a fusion of Cathedral, a touch of Smithsonian, and College Campus—in other words, the integration of the sacred, the institutional, and the intellectual to create a dynamic worship and spiritual growth experience.
Sacred - The worship space at CCC is vibrant, modern and aesthetically energizing. The worship experience is dynamic yet reverential, relevant yet true to the orthodoxy of the Christian faith. The campus is a "third place" where people find community apart from work and home. In this "third space" people are welcomed into a life of spiritual growth and personal mission.
Institutional - in partnership with Seminaries and Cultural Institutions CCC has a gallery that displays original and ancient Biblical literature, manuscripts and artifacts making it a cultural as well as spiritual destination. With a clear vision, mission and organizational philosophy, structure and programs, CCC is a model of order, consistency, spiritual growth and stability.
Intellectual - CCC's vision is, of the church, as a learning center. Besides its Spiritual Life Institute and Center for Biblical Studies, every Sunday the sanctuary is converted into a college classroom where spiritual seekers, novice and mature Christians of all ages can experience constant renewal of spirit, mind and body.RETURN TO TOP
Christian Cultural Center began as a small parish in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York in 1978. Our present Senior Pastor, Rev. A. R. Bernard, left a ten year banking career, to follow the call of God on his life to full time ministry to become the founding Pastor. With his wife Karen Bernard at his side the church began with a small membership, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and reaching out to its local community in Brooklyn.
The Lord Jesus Christ has taken the church through many stages of growth and development, over the years. Today CCC stands not only as a premier spiritual institution, in New York City and around the world, but as a unique model of Christian Ministry.
A. R. Bernard is also President of the Council of Churches of the City of New York representing 1.5 million Protestants, Anglicans and Orthodox Christians. He has a Master of Urban Studies and a Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary. He has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Wagner College, May, 2010, and an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Nyack College/Alliance Theological Seminary, May 2009.
Karen Bernard left a career in Queens County Supreme Court to raise 7 sons and co-pastor with her husband. Together they have successfully experienced, 41 years of marriage and 35 years of ministry.
CCC's mission is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ, help spiritual seekers become transformed believers, and demonstrate the love and compassion of Christ to the world, through humanitarian works and social engagement.RETURN TO TOP
CCC’s vision is to create a dynamic institution for spiritual growth and discovering personal mission in Christ.
|STATEMENT OF FAITH|
|Monday-Friday||- 9AM - 5PM|
|Gift Shop Hours|
|Sunday||- 10:00AM - 3:15PM|
|Tuesday||- 11AM - AFTER TUESDAY NIGHT SERVICE|
|Wednesday||- 11AM - 4:45PM|
|Thursday||- 11AM - 7:00PM|
|Friday||- 11AM - 7:00PM|
Directions By Car
From New Jersey/Verrazano Bridge:
Take the Verrazano Bridge to Belt Parkway (East) and make a left on Pennsylvania Avenue. Go straight on Pennsylvania Avenue and make a left on to Flatlands Avenue. Turn left on Louisiana Avenue. The entrance is on your left across from the Pathmark Mall Entrance.
From Tri-Borough Bridge/Long Island:
Take the LIE or Grand Central or Northern State to the Jackie Robinson Parkway. Continue on to the Pennsylvania Avenue Exit. Go straight on Pennsylvania Avenue. Make a right on to Flatlands Avenue. Turn left on Louisiana Avenue. The entrance is on your left across from the Pathmark Mall Entrance.
Take the Southern State on to the Belt Parkway (West). Continue on to Pennsylvania Avenue (Exit 14) and make a right. Go straight on Pennsylvania Avenue and make a left on to Flatlands Avenue. Turn left on Louisiana Avenue. The entrance is across from the Pathmark Mall Entrance.
From Manhattan/Downtown Brooklyn:
Take the Brooklyn Bridge and make a left at Tillary Street. Go two blocks and make a right on to Flatbush Avenue. Take Flatbush to Grand Army Plaza (Large Circle). Bear left in the Circle to Eastern Parkway. Take Eastern Parkway and make a right on Buffalo Avenue at the park. (Buffalo will turn into Rockaway Parkway at East New York Avenue). Keep straight (look for Brookdale Hospital on left). Make a left on to Linden Boulevard Service Road. Continue on about 10 blocks and make a right on Louisiana Avenue. Cross Flatlands Avenue. The entrance is on your left across from the Pathmark Mall Entrance.
Directions By Train:
Take #3 train to Rockaway Avenue. Take the B60 Bus South to Flatlands and Williams Avenue, then walk 2 blocks east.
Take train to Rockaway Avenue. Take the B60 Bus South to Flatlands and Williams Avenue, then walk 2 blocks east.
Take L train to Rockaway Avenue. Take the B60 Bus South to Flatlands and Williams Avenue, then walk 2 blocks east.
Take A train to Rockaway Avenue. Take the B60 Bus South to Flatlands and Williams Avenue, then walk 2 blocks east.
Directions By Bus:
Take the B6 to Glenwood and Alabama Avenue. Walk 1 block south to Flatlands Avenue.
Take the B60 to Flatlands and Williams Avenue. Walk 2 blocks east or transfer to the B82.
Take the B82 to Flatlands and Louisiana Avenue.RETURN TO TOP