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


2018 Pledge Campaign

At Rutgers Church, giving by the congregation and other church friends supports a variety of mission and community priorities. Our church programs are supported by your contribution of your time, your talent and your treasure.  Through committees such as the Rutgers Giving Network and the Peace and Social Justice Network, we contribute to organizations that are making a difference in the lives of those who are sick, poor and disenfranchised in New York, the United States and around the world. Stewardship is what helps to ensure that Rutgers Church can keep on giving.  Please consider your gift to Rutgers Church, and remember that what matters most is the fact that you give of your time, your talent and your treasure. How much you give of each is entirely up to you!

There are several ways to make your pledge for 2018:

  • Complete the online form.
  • Download the pledge form and mail it to 2018 Stewardship Campaign, Rutgers Presbyterian Church, 236 West 73rd Street, New York, NY 10023.
  • Complete a pledge form found in the pews of the sanctuary, and return it in the offering plate on any Sunday.
  • Send an email to stewardship@rutgerschurch.org with the amount of your 2018 pledge, or to request that a pledge card be mailed to you.


Review the list of service opportunities and contact the church administrative assistant at 212-877-8227 x 201 and tell her how you would like to serve the church.

You may also download the service opportunities form and mail in your selections.

Non-pledge (one-time) gift

To make a one-time donation, mail your check to Rutgers Presbyterian Church, Attention Tina Forman, 236 West 73rd Street, New York, NY  10023.

Or, simply put your check in the offering plate on Sunday.

Planned Giving

If you would like to make a provision in your will for Rutgers Presbyterian Church, and would like more information, please contact the Church Administrator, Dave Mammen, at dmammen@rutgerschurch.org.

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