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. […]
This summer, take Middle worship outdoors with you into the city! Each week, our Digital Minister Rev. Natalie Renee Perkins will be in a different spot in NYC. So if you want to celebrate in community, come find her in a beautiful outdoor space near you! Together we'll create a fabulous worship viewing party, so […]
Join our ministry team and congregation directly after service in a virtual meet-up to discuss the sermon and be in community! Note: During this chat and chew, we will be hearing from the Reparations Task Force about their work, and offering thoughts for future direct. Click here to learn more, but join on the usual Chat […]
For a year and a half, a Reparations Task Force has been convening to think faithfully about what it means for Middle to engage in reparations. They've been studying our history—the complicity of this church to enslavement and indigenous genocide—and how the legacy these evils still among us. And they've been researching how we can […]
Join other 20- and 30-somethings to engage the connections between real life, faith, and justice. Together, we talk about faith, politics, leadership, sex and gender, creativity, collective struggles—whatever topics are resonating in our communities. Share stories, ask questions, or wrestle with career and relationships in a safe and supportive space. Note: On Sunday, September 26, […]
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. […]
Middle and high school students are invited to engage in honest conversations and team-building activities to connect faith and justice. Throughout the year, we will explore topics on racial, economic, gender, and ecological justice. Middle Youth is a space that affirms and honors all gender identities and expressions. Email Elise Tiralli with any questions or to get […]