“No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, YOU’RE WELCOME HERE!”

At Broadway, that is not just a tag line. We really mean it. And we invite you to come and experience it for yourself any Sunday at 5:00 pm.

Broadway is one of New York City’s historic churches, on the cutting edge of social justice and witness since 1840. We believe that a living faith in Jesus Christ demands an engagement with the world. In the past, this has meant things like a national leadership role in the pre-Civil War Abolition Movement, active engagement in the struggle for women’s suffrage and the ordination of women, and lively involvement in the Civil Rights movement. We are proud of our history, but not chained to it. Our faith calls us ever forward.

Today, God’s Spirit calls us to work for the rights and dignity of all people, believing that God’s image is reflected in human variety. One of the ways we express this belief is that since 1991 we have been an Open and Affirming Parish, welcoming gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons into full participation, leadership and ministry in the congregation. Broadway Church is a lively, loving and growing community. And there is a place here for you!

Wishing you Peace,

James Campbell

Featured Events


On December 3rd at 1pm, join us as we take in the fascinating Jerusalem: 1000-1400 exhibit and traditional Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche in celebration of this holiday season. We’ll begin gathering at 12:45pm on the steps of the museum where we’ll then travel inside together as a group at approximately 1pm.

Please add your name to the sign-up sheet in the back of the church or contact Sarah Riffle-McKeefry ( to add your name to the digital list. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Sarah or the church office. We look forward to enjoying the afternoon with you!

Living Water: Stories about Water and Redemption

Please join us for a special storytelling concert on Sunday, December 11, at 7:00pm. The concert will last one hour and will be conducted by our own Jim Sterner, a member of the Network of Biblical Storytellers.

The program of stories will be inspired by the Flint, Michigan water crisis. Jim was born and raised in Flint and has friends that haven't had clean water to drink or bathe in for over two years. Jared Gilbert, President of the Congregation, will be offering special music for the program. That evening, Coffee Hour will also include pizza and soda for those in attendance. 


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