practicing the way of jesus together in brooklyn

monday september 9 • 7:30–9:30pm
Trinity Grace Church williamsburg
231 ainslie street • brooklyn

$15 per person


an evening with john mark comer

How do you live as a follower of Jesus in our time? John Mark Comer, pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown Church in Portland, leads us through an evening in three parts: Practicing, The Way of Jesus, and Together in Brooklyn. Bring a pen and journal to take notes. No childcare is available; plan accordingly. Please note: this event is available for Trinity Grace Church Park Slope and Trinity Grace Church Williamsburg attendees only. Limited public tickets will be available at a later date. Interested? Contact Meg Jacobs for more information.


about the speaker

John Mark Comer is pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown Church in Portland. He is author of My Name is Hope, Loveology, Garden City, God Has a Name, and the forthcoming The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry. He is also host of the popular podcast This Cultural Moment, in collaboration with Mark Sayers of Red Church Melbourne; and a contributor on Practicing The Way, a practical and accessible online resource for all apprentices of Jesus.

John Mark holds a Masters Degree in Biblical and Theological Studies from Western Seminary, and is currently at work on a Doctorate in Spiritual Formation through Fuller Seminary and the Dallas Willard Center. He lives in Portland with his wife Tammy and their three kids: Jude, Moses, and Sunday.

John Mark and Bridgetown Church have loved and cared for the Trinity Grace Church community from afar, and we are so grateful to have him here for this evening.


ABOUT the venue

Trinity Grace Church Williamsburg
231 Ainslie Street, Brooklyn 11211

Take the G train to Metropolitan Avenue, the L train to Graham Avenue, or the B43 bus to Ainslie Street. TGC Williamsburg is located in the center of the block between Graham and Manhattan Avenues.


As Jesus walked beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. “Come, follow me,”Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.” At once they left their nets and followed him.

—mark 1