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St John's Episcopal Church

139 St Johns Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217-3401

The first rector of St. John’s, a strong opponent of slavery, planned and built this multiracial parish in 1826,while slavery continued to be the law of the state of New York. 

St. John's episcopal remains a multiracial community, welcoming all people and rejoicing in their diversity of age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and cultural background. Think Olio came across this church as one of their teachers, Michael Prettyman, was commissioned to paint a mural in their church's basement. After meeting all of the warm and welcoming people at the church, Think Olio's mission of accessible education was also welcomed and the church offered to provide a beautiful conference room for our seminars.


Feb 12

*Olio Seminar* Break On Through: Creativity and the Mystic Experience

Taught by Michael Prettyman
7 p.m. at St John's Episcopal Church

Sign Up - $100

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