Expressing God’s Love, Engaging in God’s Justice


Visit the Children and Youth page for  more information on children and youth programs or email Rev. Rachel Pacheco at

Recurring Events

Sunday Morning Prayer
Weekly at 9:15 am
Join others in a time of prayer for our community, the world, neighbors in need, and our own members and friends on our Care/Prayer list.

Go to Zoom Meeting or dial 646 558 8656 with meeting ID 772 350 9505

Sunday Worship
Weekly at 10:00 am
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, worship is being conducted virtually. Grab some coffee, and join your community of faith for online worship, fellowship, and reflection.

Go to Zoom Meeting or dial 929-436-2866 with meeting ID 150 620 342

Tuesday Morning Prayer
Weekly at 8:00 am
A space to connect in liturgy and prayer with our faith community and leaders.

Go to Zoom Meeting or dial 301-715-8592 with meeting ID 229 424 538

Thursday Morning Prayer
Weekly at 8:00 am
A space to connect in liturgy and prayer with our faith community and leaders.

Go to Zoom Meeting or dial 301-715-8592 with meeting ID 553 049 565

Thursday Community Book Study
Every other week at 10:00 am

The Community Book Study Group with its summer schedule will meet on Thursday, July 8 at 10 am on Zoom.  We will be discussing “The Total Economy" in The World-Ending Fire by Wendell Berry.  From the 1960s on, Berry has been eloquently writing about the harm industrial farming and our consumer culture have been doing to endanger our future.

See Tom Dunlap for details:

Please consider joining this book discussion on Zoom.

Parents Gathering
1st and 3rd Fridays at 8:30 pm
All parents are invited to join us as Kristin Ford will facilitate a time of sharing about how you are coping during this pandemic, as well as the tips, joys, and surprises you are discovering along the way. Our next gathering is Friday, August 20th.

Go to Zoom Meeting or dial 301-715-8592 with meeting ID 813 2590 9225

Featured Events

Summer Conversations: Stories of Working for Racial Justice
July 27 at 7 pm
In two hour-long sessions, we'll hear stories from NYAPC members about their work on issues related to racial justice. How did they first become involved? What stories keep them going? What is the spiritual and emotional background of their work? Then we'll open it up for questions and conversation about the issues and what inspires us to act in our own lives.

  • Martha Davis (Anti-Displacement Housing) and Sam Obermyer (Radcliffe Room)
    Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 894 1487 3926

First Sunday FaithTalk
Sunday, Aug. 1, 5 pm
Rev. Rachel Pacheco will lead us in a discussion of worship. Whether online or in person, what is worship? What's our purpose? Can you worship alone? Join us for the discussion! FaithTalk is a "come as you are" group. All you need to bring is a willingness to listen and discuss.

Register here

Guest Preacher: Daniel Williams
August 8, 10am
Daniel has been organizing in his communities since he was a teenager in Albuquerque, NM. 

His organizing experience includes work on student mobilization, worker justice, LGBTQ inclusion, reproductive justice, and numerous electoral campaigns. He is a ruling elder, an aspiring circus artist, an Inquirer under the care of the Presbytery of Santa Fe, a member of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Albuquerque, and a 2016 Master of Divinity graduate of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He currently serves as the Minister for Spiritual Formation at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Austin, TX.