Flatbush Reformed Church
The Borough’s Oldest Church Opens Its Doors To The BEAT Festival
Flatbush Reformed Church | Flatbush (FB)
890 Flatbush Avenue, Flatbush, Brooklyn, 11226
About Flatbush Reformed Church:
The oldest church in Brooklyn. In fact, Church Ave is named after Flatbush Reformed. The congregation was founded in 1654 and the stained glass windows are by Tiffany Studios and commemorate the descendants of many early settlers of Flatbush. The complex consists of the church, church house, parsonage, and cemetery which is the last resting place of most of the members of the early Dutch families of Flatbush. The earliest legible grave marker dates to 1754.
The BEAT performances will take place in the church house on the property. Be sure to check out our BEAT Saturdays offer to receive a tour of this historic site by the church’s pastor, Rev. Dan Ramm.
The Flatbush Reformed Church is 2 blocks east from the Church Ave B/Q train stop and 3 blocks west from the Church Ave 2/5 train stop.
The Flatbush Reformed Church Tickets & Pass
Thurs Sept 13, 7:30pm
American Opera Projects/Opera on Tap
Fri Sept 14, 7:30pm
The Irondale Ensemble
“Color Between the Lines”
Sat Sept 15, 1:00pm
Theatre Group Dzieci
(Part of BEAT Saturdays: LEARN MORE)
Mon Sept 17, 7:30pm
“You are my heat and glare” (Avant Premiere)
Thurs Sept 20, 7:30pm
Marshall Davis Jr.
“Marshall L. Davis Jr. & Friends”
Fri Sept 21, 7:30pm
Creative Outlet Dance Theatre/Courtney Giannone
“Protean Acts/Urban Roots”
Sat Sept 22, 7:30pm
The Flatbush Reformed Church Pass
Purchase a Flatbush Pass and see cutting-edge performance in one of Brooklyn’s most historic settings.
Thank you to: Reverand Dan Ramm and Associate Minister Cheri Kroon