2021 Annual Meetings

Call to Annual Meetings

This Sunday, May 16, Immediately Following Worship

By Order of the Session and the Board of Trustees of The Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New York, the Annual Meetings of the Congregation and Corporation will be held following worship in the Sanctuary on Sunday, May 16, both in-person and by Zoom. These meetings are called for the following purposes: to elect Ruling Elders; to elect Deacons; to elect Trustees; to elect an All-Church Nominating Committee; and to receive Annual Reports and to transact such other business as may come before the meetings. To join the meetings this Sunday, use the Zoom information below.

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Congregation calls new Senior Pastor

We are pleased to announce that the following actions were taken by the congregation of the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New York at a congregational meeting on Sunday, July 26, 2020:
·   The Congregation voted to call Rev. Dr. Thomas Evans as the New Senior Pastor to the church, and he will begin his service here on September 15, 2020;
·   In that vote, the Congregation also approved the terms of his call, including compensation and other terms;
·   The Congregation dissolved the Pastoral Nominating Committee, with numerous expressions of thanks from the congregation.
Information about Rev. Dr. Evans can be found in the brochure link HERE.
A video introduction from the Pastor Nominating Committee can be found HERE.

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Wednesday Devotional Offered By Brick Church Student Minister Jacob Kennedy

Brick Church Student Minister Jacob Kennedy, Princeton Theological Seminary, offers the following devotional about God’s covenant with us.



A Video Message from Rev. Douglas T. King