Korean-American priest leads both English and Korean services. Both services are identical, the only difference being language.
This entry applies to the English Congregation that meets at 1:00 pm on Sundays. FCPC is one of the oldest Asian-American churches in the nation, having been established in 1910. The Moderator of the Session is Rev. Laura Jervis of Rutgers Presbyterian Church, and the current head of staff, Elaine Shao, leads the Cantonese Congregation. The English Congregation is largely lay-led; Sunday services are led by visiting preachers. The college and career fellowship group (BASIC) is involved with social justice issues and are LGBTQ+ affirming.
Multi-ethnic congregation. Services in English and Spanish. Operates groups for college students, 20s/30s, and those who identify as LGBTQ+, among others. Reconciling in Christ (RIC); fully LGBTQ+ affirming and welcoming.
Progressive ideology (liberation theology + social justice) with evangelical flavor/methodology (contemporary music, small groups). About 30% are people of color. Strong emphasis on asking good questions and intellectual curiosity.
Ethnically diverse, inclusive, and vibrant community. Offers a young professionals group. Supports several social justice causes. LGBTQ+ welcoming and affirming. Also home to a Batak Indonesian worship community.
New church plant. Currently worshipping by-weekly at 4:30pm at 125 West 104th Street. Starting in January 2019, the church will have weekly worship service on Sunday mornings with a full time pastor.
More Light affiliated; fully LGBTQ+ affirming and welcoming. Involved with several community service, advocacy, and social justice efforts. Provides support for local refugee families.