The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist is a place to pursue personal spiritual growth and to engage in the joys and struggle of helping create a more just society and world. Together we find strength, comfort and hope in our diverse, caring community. We believe in helping each individual fulfill his or her potential and provide sanctuary for such a personal journey.
Our congregation is one of a handful of Unitarian Universalist congregations across the continent with significant racial, economic and cultural diversity. We affirm the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Welcoming Congregation Program and honor diversity of affectional orientation.
For a video introduction to Unitarian Universalism you can view http://uumetrony.org/ This is a link to the DVD “Voices of a Liberal Faith.”
Becoming involved in the activities that appeal to you is the best way to get to know others and to gain the satisfaction of being a part of the community that is the Community Church. Personal religious growth is enhanced not only by participating regularly in common worship but also by mutual sharing of ideas and feelings with others in small groups and by service to others. We invite you to join in those programs and activities of your choice and to explore with us the breadth and depth of liberal religion here at The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist.
We hold worship services every Sunday morning at 11:00 A.M. Directions
Read our weekly Community News bulletin. Those who visit and sign our guest book receive this as a weekly mailing for 2 months.
Radio and TV
You can also listen to our worship services on the radio at WWRL 1600 AM each Sunday at 11:30 a.m. You can also watch our services in Manhattan every Sunday on Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) every Sunday evening from 8:30 to 9:00 p.m. For Time Warner subscribers it is on channel 57 with converter box, or on channel 69 without converter box. for RCN customers it is on channel 85.
We believe in being good stewards for the world we live in. We have active committees for social justice, environmental stewardship, gay rights, anti-racism and also run one of the city’s most successful homeless shelters.
With more than 350 adult members and children and teens in our Sunday School, we cherish the sense of community we find and the caring and friendship of diverse, kindred spirits. We invite you to learn more about us and hope that you will find a spiritual home with us.
Bruce Southworth, Senior Minister
Esther Rosado, Director Lifespan Religious Education
Gerald A. Brown, Director of Music
Garnett Losak, Business Administrator
Valerie Lynch, Membership Co-ordinator
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For more information, please call 212-683-4988 or write to us at 40 East 35th Street, New York, New York, 10016 or by email - click for details.