Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church

A Presbyterian (PCUSA) church in New York, NY
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church
Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church

Who We Are

At Rendall we minister under the Motto: Building a Ministry of Hope Our goal is to give people a sense of Hope and to be a witnessing community where men, women, boys and girls may receive the gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed.

Our Mission is…

To win persons to Christ by spreading the good news that GOD is good and God is our salvation.

To reach out to our community
assisting and nurturing our brothers and sisters.

To witness and proclaim God’s love for all humanity trough our Lord Jesus Christ by our words and deeds.

About Us

Vibe
Old-school, Spirit-filled, Inclusive, Progressive, Down to Earth, Friendly

Programs
Youth Group, Choir, Adult Education

Music
Gospel Choir, Traditional Hymns

Denomination
Presbyterian (PCUSA)

Size
Small

Language
English

Founded
0

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
59-61 West 137th
New York, NY 10037

Phone

Website

Directions
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Leadership View all

Rev. Dr. Flora Wilson Bridges

Rev. Dr. Flora Wilson Bridges

The historic Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church installed the Reverend Dr. Flora Wilson Bridges as its first woman pastor. She is a native of Bainbridge, Georgia and grew up on Chicago’s South Side. She is an ordained Presbyterian minister in the New York City Presbytery. Dr. Wilson Bridges graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelor of Science in Communications; Yale Divinity School with a Master of Arts in Religion; and Vanderbilt University with a Ph.D. in Religion. Prior to her relocation to New York, she served as the former Speghar-Halligan Professor of Ecumenical Collaboration in Inter-Religious Dialogue at Seattle University in the Graduate School of Theology and Ministry and pastor of the Madrona Presbyterian Church. She also formerly served as Dean of the Chapel and Instructor of Religion at Spelman College and interim Dean of the Chapel at Fisk University.

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