Community Life

20s + 30s

With the church closed due to the pandemic, we are meeting on Zoom! To join us, drop a line to Associate Pastor Werner Ramirez at [email protected].

We are the 20s + 30s of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church.

Some of us are pursuing our dreams and passions, while some of us are still searching.

Some of us are lifelong New Yorkers, while some of us are only here for a time. Yet, no matter how long you are with us, your presence is equally valued.

We prioritize relevant conversations because if it’s important to the world, it’s important to God. We hope this ongoing dialogue teaches us how to love God and love our neighbor better.

We model vulnerability to create a community of support, stability, and safety. We confess that, at times, we fall short. Yet, through Christ’s mercy and grace, we forgive and strive to do better.

We seek to accept those who feel unaccepted because we are all beloved children of God and, through the grace of God, we are enough.

We are the future and the present of the Church. We don’t have it all figured out, but we are discovering what life looks like and how faith fits in it.

Check out our ongoing programs and upcoming events. To receive our weekly e-newsletter, email [email protected]. Join our Facebook group here, and follow us on Insta @fapc20s30s.

Our Programs

Community Groups
We meet on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 at the church. Come explore your faith through different lenses as you connect with others and with God.

Embrace
We gather on the last Sunday of the month, just after the 11 am service, to take time to breathe and rest from the hectic experience of being a young person in NYC. We pray for one another, share our stories, discuss topics that matter, and… brunch!

Service & Mission
Throughout the year we offer great opportunities to serve God by helping others—locally and around the world—while forming meaningful bonds with one another.

Social Events
Everything from happy hours to baseball games to museum visits helps us grow together as a community beyond the church walls.