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A Bold, Exciting Place of Diversity and Welcome

Come to Middle Church as you are and who you are. While our historic mission dates from 1628, we are boldly progressive in our theology and we welcome everyone regardless of race, sexual orientation or social or economic status.

Inside Middle Church you will find the comfort of the old practiced in a bold new way. From our sanctuary lined with Tiffany windows to our innovative new M&O virtual pipe organ, from our professionally-trained Middle Church Choir to our come-as-you-are gospel choir, Middle Church is truly old time religion with an East Village flair.

Under the dynamic leadership of Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, we would be honored to have you join us on Sundays at 11:15 am or Sundays at 6:00 pm for our worship celebrations. For a full listing of celebrations, concerts, and education opportunities, please visit our events calendar.

Welcome. Come and be home.

Leadership

Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis The Reverend Jacqui Lewis, Ph.D. is Senior Minister/Minister for Vision, Worship and the Arts at Middle Collegiate Church in the East Village. Jacqui is a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div.) and Drew University (M.Phil. and Ph.D.). Jacqui, ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA,) serves on the Multiracial Congregation Task Force of the Reformed Church in America.

She is a guest speaker and preacher on the topics of racial justice and reconciliation. Jacqui is adjunct professor at The Graduate Theological Union (Center for Arts and Worship), Wesley Theological Seminary (Leadership, D.Min program) and at Union Theological Seminary (Preaching and Worship). Jacqui is the author of You are So Wonderful! A Rhyming Celebration of the uniqueness of every child (Augsburg Fortress, 2003). Her book, The Power of Stories: A Guide for Leaders in Multi-Racial and Multi-Cultural Congregations, was published in April 2008 by Abingdon Press.