A justice-forward movement for worship, wholeness and hospitality.
All are welcome.
A New Vision for Church is Rising!
Avenue Church NYC is a new spiritual sanctuary in the heart of the Yorkville neighborhood. We attend to the spiritual and educational needs of a diverse community longing for unity and strength.
Lease our new, flexible and techno-equipped sanctuary for your wedding or special service!
Beyond worship, our justice-centered approach focuses on recovery, education, outreach and retreats.
Outreach, Mission, and Retreats
Social Justice Immersion
Looking for a place to stay and volunteer for your mission trip in NYC? The Mission Center will re-open at our new facility once the COVID-19 crisis has eased.
The Urban Outreach Center meets the essential needs of the most vulnerable New Yorkers. In 2020, that meant serving over 500,000 meals, clothing and mail services.
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Mission and service groups of up to 50 people can stay for up to 14 nights in our church building. We offer volunteer opportunities and customizable social justice or spiritual immersion experiences.
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Individuals or smaller groups seeking time away to meditate, pray or practice a spiritual or service-based discipline may stay in our retreat house for shorter or more extended stays. We offer volunteer opportunities and customizable social justice or spiritual immersion experiences.
As Jan Hus Presbyterian Church, we have hosted as many as 64 Twelve Step Groups each week.
Now as Avenue Church NYC, we are once again open for groups that facilitate recovery from addictions. Text 646-904-8874 for more information. Or email .
BONUS: Digital screens have been installed throughout the wholeness center to enable virtual participation, if the group chooses,
Find a 12-step group that suits you best.
Cafe for connecting mentors with mentees.
Offering materials to facilitate your recovery.
“I came to the Church years ago, looking for a community that was progressive, justice-minded, and open to creative worship. I stayed because I've felt loved and supported by the community: through good times (my wedding) and bad (the loss of several family members). I'm proud that our community has evolved over time to meet new needs, from serving Czech immigrants over a century ago, to our homeless outreach program today.”
From Our Worshiping Community