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The Big Pulpit of the Rev. A. R. Bernard - The New York Times

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May 24, 2009 ... A Brooklyn church with more than 30000 members, the Christian Cultural Center is run with corporate efficiency. And the pastor has the mayor's ... SKIP TO CONTENTSKIP TO SITE INDEX HEAR ME The Rev. A. R. Bernard leads the Christian Cultural Center in East New York. He believes in treating his church members like customers: “We say, ‘FedEx-fast, Disney-friendly.’ ” Credit...Todd Heisler/The New York Times THE sloped main sanctuary fits 3,195 and could pass for a concert hall: cushioned chairs, a band, almost no religious adornments. The spire-less exterior is so utilitarian that when it first appeared in this East New York, Brooklyn, neighborhood, across from auto fixit shops, people thought it was the telephone company. By 8 a.m. on Sunday, a jaunty worship song got the faithful swaying, clapping, rocking the house. Hallelujah! Then the offering and mellower music and bulletins about bus service. The goings-on shimmered on three big screens, interrupted, when necessary, by alerts for parents to report to the Kiddie Kingdom. And then the Rev. A. R. Bernard, sheathed in a pinstriped suit, climbed the steps to the plexiglass pulpit of the Christian Cultural Center, the nondenominational church he founded nearly 30 years ago with 20 folding chairs that has swelled into the city’s largest, with 31,600 members. He fiddled with his laptop and Bible and looked out. He began to talk. Thin-faced and scholarly, the pastor slid back in an upholstered chair beside his desk. It was a midweek afternoon, and he was talking about marketing, about customer service. Because what he does is peddle a product. Not a proprietary product, of course, but the same product as every minister: a relationship with God.



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