In-Person/Live Stream online Worship Services

Worship Service at 10:30am. Join us for worship together IN-PERSON and via livestream on Facebook. Click here to connect on Sunday. You will find the bulletin for Sunday here. We’re following the RED protocols on Sunday since Albany County’s CDC Community level is RED . Here are the current COVID guidelines Mask wearing is required to allow for congregational singing....

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Moral Monday

On Monday, September 12, at 12pm we are mourning but we will not be silent in our grief. Over two years, a million people in the US lost their lives to a foreseeable pandemic—the impacts of which fell most harshly on those already struggling with poverty, systemic racism, and the social evils...

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Welcome Home Picnic

Please join us for a First Pres picnic on Sunday, September 11, 2022! 9:30 Worship Service Picnic lunch immediately following at First Presbyterian Church 362 State Street, Albany, NY 12210 Welcome back our co-pastors, Glenn and Miriam Leupold, from their Sabbatical Say thanks to Amaury Tañón-Santos for being our Sabbatical...

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Capital Region May 2022 PPC Meeting

Join us for the monthly meeting of the Capital Region Committee of the NYS Poor People’s Campaign! We’ll discuss ongoing opportunities to take action on healthcare, continue our outreach and strategy around the June 18 March on Washington (RSVP here!) and more! We’ll meet at Westminster Presbyterian Church (85 Chestnut St, Albany)...

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Juneteenth 2022

Underground Railroad Education Center Annual Juneteenth Freedom Day Stephen & Harriet Myers Residence 194 Livingston Ave, Albany, NY Saturday, June 18, 2022 12pm-4 pm.

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Trouble the Water

New and Exciting Educational Opportunity for the Entire Congregation Your Anti-Racism Task Force hopes that you will join us for the new and exciting educational program “Trouble the Water: Conversations to Disrupt Racism and Dominance.” Developed by the PC(USA) in response to the 222nd General Assembly’s call for church-wide conversations...

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