Welcome To St. Augustine's Episcopal Church Website


St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church is a diverse, dynamic Christian faith community in the Episcopal/Anglican tradition located in the heart of East Flatbush Brooklyn.

The Members of St. Augustine’s Faith Community Strive to:

  • Provide opportunities for new people to enter into our community of faith.

  • Know and care about all individuals in our parish.

  • Rediscover continually that we belong to each other and are one in Christ.

  • Develop and maintain a positive relationship between our parish and community.

  • Welcome all people and respect the dignity of every human being.

If you are new to our area or looking for a church that’s engaged and welcoming, there is a place for you at St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church. Feel free to join us at any of our scheduled services.

May 22
Save The Date!!! Friday, May 22, Cotillion 2015, at

The Elegant Woodhaven Manor

96-01 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11421

Cost: Adults-$130.00, Children : $80.00. Payment plan available.  For tickets and information. Contact Kisha Mullin (347) 623-3707, Claudia Titus (404) 933-7578, Judy Maitland (917) 301-1562 or the church office. Registration is ongoing for children in all categories as follows: Rosebuds/Heralds (ages 4-8 yrs), Allegrettas/Pages (ages 9-12 yrs)  Sub- Debutante/Junior Escorts (ages 14-15 yrs), Debutante/Escorts (ages 16-19 yrs). Completed applications must be submitted as soon as possible
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Upcoming Event:  ***Sorry cruise is now FULL***

St. Augustine’s 2015 Cruise May 29th To June 12th

14-Night Cruise from Dubai to Oman, India, Malaysia and Singapore on Royal Caribbean's newest and largest ship, The Quantum of the Seas  Click here for details


Phone: (718) 629-0959; Fax: (718) 629-5145

Rector's Welcome

Sunday Services:

  • 8:00 am: Said Mass with Hymns

  • 9:30 am: Sunday School and Teen Forum

  • 11:00 am: Sung Mass

Wednesday Services:

  • 10:00 am: Holy Eucharist

  • 7:00 pm: Charismatic Prayer Group

Click to Download Rector's Sermon at the Cathedral on 2/14/2015

Absalom Jones, first black priest in the Episcopal Church


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