We’re Open for In-Person Worship

You can join us online Sundays at 11:00 am on our website, our Facebook and Twitter pages, and our YouTube channel.

When you come to worship, you should expect to be welcome.

It’s not unusual to have to look for a seat if you arrive a little late. First, know that no matter what time you get there (no matter what the traffic and the subway delays bring) you are always welcome.

If you enter the room in the middle of a prayer, you probably should wait until the “Amen” at the end before trying to find a seat. Any seat you see open is a seat you should take. You are welcome anywhere in the sanctuary.

We worship in a multilingual environment – primarily in English and Spanish. If you don’t speak the language being led, there is translation available. Don’t feel pressured to speak a language you don’t speak. Let the words wash over you like we’re at the church at Pentecost.

Children are welcome to every part of the liturgy, including the sermons and communion. Nursing parents are welcome to feed in the sanctuary, of course.

You should wear whatever you feel called to wear for worship. Some people dress in their Sunday finest and feel welcome. Some barely made it out the door. Neither is honored more than the other – everyone comes just as they could that day. God sees beauty in everything and so do we.