236 West 73rd Street between Broadway & West End Ave., New York, NY Sunday Service at 11 AM


About Rutgers Presbyterian Church


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Mission Statement

“As followers of Jesus Christ, we rejoice in God’s plan for a just, loving, and peaceful world, and we commit ourselves to making it a reality for all people everywhere.”

Rutgers Church is a member of the More Light Churches Network, an organization of inclusive Presbyterian churches that welcome individuals into full membership, including ordained offices, without regard to sexual orientation or gender identity.

Rutgers Presbyterian Church is a progressive, ethnically diverse family with 110 active members ranging in age from infants to centenarians. As followers of Jesus Christ, we rejoice in God’s plan for a just, loving, and peaceful world, and we commit ourselves to making it a reality for ALL people everywhere.

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Sunday Schedule

  • Sunday Worship Service at 11:00 am
  • Infant Care from 10:45 am (earlier by request)
  • Church School for adults at 9:30 am
  • Church School for ages 3 through 12 at 11:15 am

Infants and toddlers are cared for during the service by our warm and experienced staff. Parents are welcome to bring (or pick up) their children any time beginning at 10:45 am, or earlier when there is an adult class.

Children of any age are also welcome to stay with their families during worship.

The Welsh Church of New York holds its monthly Service in Rutgers’ Sanctuary usually on the second Sunday at 3 PM.

When I was a teenager, I was always angry at the church. There were so many things that needed to be changed. Through the years I found that Rutgers was a place that let me say those things. They let me talk about what I thought needed changing, and they helped form me. I feel very grateful for that, and I like this place that takes seriously what we’re called to be as Christians, and we do struggle with it, and that’s what I like – the fact that we’re willing to change and grow and struggle. — Nora Lidell, church member