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April 27, 2014
Second Sunday of Easter

Rev. Katie Cashwell, preaching

"The Twin"

Complete Bulletin

(to be posted)


April 27
10:00 AM - Room 520

"The Columbarium Option"   The NYAPC Columbarium Committee will offer an informational class to those members and friends with questions about reserving a niche in the NYAPC columbarium and how to arrange for a plaque on the memorial tablet in honor of someone buried elsewhere.  Committee members will present background and answer practical how-to questions. For questions this week call,  John Schultheis, Jim Davidson, Kay Meek,  Dan Stokes, or Rev. Ann Davie.


April 27
10:00 AM - Room 511

"Gimme Shelter:  Homelessness in Washington"   The NYAPC Radcliffe Room Ministry will help us understand the changing shape of homelessness in our city and discuss how NYAPC can participate in a evolving response to it. 



May 4
10:00 AM - Room 520

"Legacy Sunday"  The NYAPC Planned Giving Committee will highlight ways in which we all, young and old and in-between, can deploy our material blessings to ensure the long-term viability of our beloved church community. 







McClendon Scholar in Residence


Welcome to a Lecture Series with Taylor Branch


Pulitzer-Winning Author and Journalist



"The Next Years:
The Civil Rights Movement for Today and Tomorrow"


May 16-17, 2014

Brochure:  Taylor Branch 2014.pdf


Flyer:  Branch_Flyer_2014.pdf


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  • Compassion, Peace & Justice Training Day

    March 21-24, 2014 in Washington, D.C. Many types of violence afflict our world. Come to the Advocacy Training Weekend to address the causes of that violence and to seek hopeful solutions.

  • Scholars in Residence 2014

    May 16-17, 2014: "The Next Years: The Civil Rights Movement for Today and Tomorrow" Taylor Branch's coming marks a high point in a two-year conversation among the members of four congregations about how issues of race and class can divide us and how sharing our experiences and perspectives can begin to heal us and our community. During Lent of this year, members of the four congregations will read and discuss together, in large and small groups, Mr. Branch's recent book, The King Years: Historic...

  • The Season of Lent at NYAPC

    In addition to Sunday worship at 8:45 and 11 am, please refer to "Our Lenten Journey" for ways to observe Lent at The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church.

  • 60th Anniversary of "Under God" sermon at NYAPC

    To commemorate the 60th Aniversary of “Under God” sermon by Dr. George M. Docherty on February 7, 1954, the Presbyterian Historial Society will place the article, "Lincoln and Under God," on its blog and in their electronic newsletter.

  • Service to Justice Conference

    Learn how to move from helping people survive in DC to working toward long-term change in DC. A "Service to Justice Conference" will be held at NYAPC on January 24 and 25, 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.  Join the conversation in interactive workshops and discussions, along with skill building and networking opportunities.

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