The Chesnut Gallery, is home to exhibitions of art, photography and history that showcase the ministries, members and mission partners of the church.
The Chesnut Gallery is named in honor of Leslie and Marguerite Chesnut, the parents of church member Diane Chesnut, in gratitude for her generous contribution to the Generation to Generation Capital Campaign in 2015. It is maintained by the Arts & Our Faith Committee, which also is responsible for managing the church’s growing collection of sacred art.
Revisit, Reflect, Rethink
This exhibit, presented by the Antiracism Response Team, revisits the history of this church alongside the movements that helped shaped American history.
Fifteen Remarkable Women
This exhibition celebrates the faith-inspired work and lifetime achievement of 15 women from the 210-year history of this congregation. It is inspired by “Overlooked,” a recurring feature in The New York Times that debuted on March 8, 2018.
Two Roads to Calvary
This unique, dual exhibition features the Stations of the Cross as depicted by two contemporary New York artists—both named Laura.