Ministers Articles

  • Changing the Story, Healing the World April 6, 2016 Jacqui was on MSNBC last Sunday talking about religion and the election. Check out recent press about Middle to see how we're changing the story and healing the world.
  • Middle Notes — April 2016 Newsletter April 1, 2016 Download the April 2016 edition of Middle Notes to keep up with what's happening at Middle Church.
  • Holy Week 2016 at Middle Church March 3, 2016 Holy Week offerings include Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and three worship opportunities on Easter Sunday.
  • Women's History Month 2016 March 1, 2016 Join us this March as we celebrate Women's History Month at Middle Collegiate Church.
  • Middle Notes — March 2016 Newsletter March 1, 2016 Download the March 2016 edition of Middle Notes to keep up with what's happening at Middle Church.
  • Sign This Love Letter for Justice February 18, 2016 Sign this Love Letter for Justice asking the Reformed Church in America to reconsider their policy on ordaining LGBT clergy, urging the RCA to welcome our own Chad Tanaka Pack and other gifted ministers as ordained clergy.
  • Middle Notes — February 2016 Newsletter February 1, 2016 Download the February 2016 edition of Middle Notes to keep up with what's happening at Middle Church.
  • "Colorful" Portrait Unveiled January 27, 2016 For the first time since its founding in 1628, a Black woman’s image, The Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, has been added to a wall of White men who have served as senior ministers of the Collegiate Churches of New York. The portrait was unveiled during the worship celebration on Sunday, January 24.
  • Black History Month 2016 January 26, 2016 Join us this February as we celebrate Black History Month at Middle Collegiate Church.
  • Unveiling of Portrait January 21, 2016 In the historic Collegiate Churches of New York, when a Collegiate senior minister has served for 10 years, his or her portrait is painted and displayed with the other senior ministers. For the first time since the founding of the Collegiate Churches of New York in 1628, a Black woman’s image, The Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, will be added to a wall of White men.