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We are PASSIONATE
We gather for soul stirring, thought-provoking worship
  • We delight our children and youth with creative learning and worship activities
  • We see spiritual life as an exciting, courageous, open-ended adventure
We are PROGRESSIVE
A dialogue about ethical questions is ongoing in our congregation and wider communities ... as people with many points of view, we listen to one another with respect and join in learning new ways to express our faith, hope, and love for the world. Together we ...
  • Work to protect our city's children from poverty, violence, and lead-poisoning
  • Help bring well water to remote African villages through Water for Sudan
  • Celebrate human diversity in race, ethnicity, ability, age, sexual orientation, and gender identity; partnering in ministry with That All May Freely Serve
  • Practice our faith in ways that honor peace, equality, and well being for the earth and all its peoples
We are PERSONAL
As spiritual seekers, we want to be a community where people are free to become their truest selves. We welcome the presence, voices, questions, stories, and wisdom of everyone.
November 15 liturgy
Center for Spirituality,
Arts, and Justice
May 2016
Sunday Forum

Joyous Potpourri
May 1, 9:50 am
How Life Endings Remind Us How To Live
May 8, 9:50 am
Balancing Family and Careers
May 15, 9:50 am
Borinquen Dance Theater
May 22, 9:50 am
Urban Steel Drum
 
Downtown United Presbyterian Church
121 N Fitzhugh Street     Rochester, NY 14614
phone 585.325.4000     e-mail office@DowntownPresbyterian.org
 
Photos by Don Menges and John DeHority