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Assumption Parish To Become Part of St. Boniface/Brooklyn Oratory

Beginning on January 31, 2016, the parish of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Cranberry Street will become part of the Brooklyn Oratory of Saint Philip Neri and the parish of St. Boniface, it was announced at masses at both churches last weekend. Since the departure of Father James King from Assumption, the […]

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Welcome to the Week of Parking Hell

Street cleaning rules are suspended today and tomorrow for Shemini Atzereth and Simchas Torah respectively, but that doesn’t mean you won’t have to move your car, as huge swaths of the Heights are hit with “no parking” signs. Between street work and the filming of Blindspot, the dreaded signs are up on most of Henry, Hicks, and […]

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Rev. Dr. David C. Fisher Announces Retirement As Plymouth Church’s Senior Minister

The Rev. Dr. David C. Fisher, Senior Minister of 
Plymouth Church, has announced his retirement from the historic Brooklyn Heights locale. He has been in the pulpit for 43 years, with nine years at Plymouth (75 Hicks Street). Rev. Al Bunis will serve as interim Senior Minister beginning October 1, following Rev. Fisher’s retirement at […]

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News 12 Brooklyn Picks Up on Church Parking Flap

Yesterday, News 12 Brooklyn covered the Henry Street parking flap regarding First Presbyterian Church parishioners parking in the bike lane seen on BHB last week.  The issue was first raised by nabe blogger Ink Lake, who posts that the situation remained the same yesterday.

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