The Brick Presbyterian Church is a lively, growing congregation that has been serving New York City since 1767. We worship every Sunday at 11 a.m. in our Sanctuary. Adult Education classes meet September through May at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday mornings. Sunday Church School is offered for children from age two to seventh grade. From October to May, we also offer a half-hour weekly communion service on Wednesdays at 6 p.m in the Chapel. We welcome all to come, visit, worship and see what Brick Church is all about! We invite you to become part of our Church community; we hold new member meetings four times a year.
The Brick Church is a member congregation of the Presbytery of New York City. The session appoints elders to serve as commissioners to meetings of Presbytery. In addition, elders serve on various committees when elected or appointed. The Brick Church also supports the work of the Presbytery financially thorough assessments and apportionments and general mission giving. In addition to supporting Presbytery mission, the church has traditionally supported a wide range of mission outreach efforts in New York City. Involvement on the national level of the Presbyterian denomination has been strong and supportive over the 250-year history of the congregation. Several ministers of The Brick Church have served as moderator of the General Assembly, the national body of our church. In fact, the Rev. John Rogers, the first minister of the Brick Church, was elected as Moderator of the First General Assembly in 1789.