Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church


890 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
Flatbush


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First built in 1654 after a commission by Governor Peter Stuyvesant, the Flatbush Reformed Church has had several iterations in the last 350-plus years, but the site itself still holds the record for the longest continuous use for religious purposes in the City. The church has an active congregation, and uses as its motto: “Doin’ Good in the Hood since 1654.”

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