Church isn't a building with four walls, it's the wondrous vibrant community that carries God's love wherever it's needed. Every week, we offer fabulous ways to connect in community, care and fun! And almost all our events have a virtual component, so wherever you live, you can call Middle home. Look through the calendar below and join whatever sparks joy!
Explore scripture through the lens of Love. Period. Clergy and lay teachers create a safe space for asking the questions in our hearts, and seeking answers for a life of faith today. Join lively conversations exploring scripture for deeper meaning! Together, we dig into the historical context, consult theological interpretations, and learn from one another. […]
Join Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis for a congregational meeting before she leaves on her sabbatical. Rev. Lewis will update the church on plans for worshipping spaces next year, our annual budget and other crucial issues in the life of our community. The conversation will take place in the usual Bible in the Middle/Chat in Chew […]
Come visit our table at PrideFest on 4th Avenue between 9th & 13th Streets! See some friendly faces as we proclaim that queer people are beloved, and they have a home at Middle. If you'd like to volunteer at the table, please email Elise at email@example.com. Exact location TBD! We'll also be hosting a mobile […]
Scripture: Mark 4:35-41 Sermon: Sermon by Wesley Rowell Our worship is a celebration that encourages a more-than-Sunday-morning faith! While we've moved all worship online due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it is still the center of our community. You can join the virtual celebration on the homepage here, or on our Facebook and YouTube accounts. Our liturgy and worship will […]
The Village Chorus for Children and Youth explores a diverse repertoire from many cultures. Children learn the basic elements of vocal production, sing in various languages, and offer soul stirring music. There is no cost to participate but children should have a love for music, a strong desire to learn, and the ability to read. […]
Pride began as revolution, and we claim that same radical spirit in our present celebration. Join us at the Queer Liberation March! We'll meet in Bryant Park at 2:30 p.m. ET for an multifaith ritual with siblings from other communities, and then will set off at 3:00 p.m. ET to proclaim: Freedom, now. Let's take […]