NOW OFFERING IN WORD AND SACRAMENT:
+SAFE HAVEN FOR THE RELIGIOUSLY HOMELESS+
+WORK FOR THE SPIRITUALLY UNDEREMPLOYED+
+GRACE FOR ALL – NO EXCEPTIONS+
Check out this walk through our first (liturgical) year together!
Our Rhythm of Life Together
Sunday Evening Liturgy w/ Eucharist
(Contemplative Morning Prayer)
– Wednesdays 7:30am
See our WHO WE ARE section to learn more!
What We Do
We’re a bunch of sinners tinkering with what it means to bake a neighborhood church from scratch in the South Wedge area of Rochester, New York. The liturgy – “work of the people” centered on Word and Sacrament – is at the heart of our participatory rhythm of life together. We seek to be a community of producers, contributing to the creative life of our place on earth, rather than consumers, merely taking from it.
Check out our GET INVOLVED section to learn more!
Who We Are
We are beloved children of God, and no one can tell us otherwise. We are proud forgiven sinners, neither ashamed of our brokenness, nor obsessed with our failures, boasting only in the foolishness of the Cross of Christ. We strive to be practitioners of resurrection, seekers of wonder, and daredevils of delight.
Our vocations are many: we are teachers, social workers, scientists, nurses, mercenaries, veterans, addicts, artists, activists, entrepeneurs, programmers, unemployed, underemployed and overemployed too. We are gay, straight, old, young, single, married, parents, children, the un-churched, re-churched, non-churched, anti-church, and everything in between. We are the church in this place. Because the Gospel is for us, and for all.
125 Caroline St, Rochester, NY 14620
Rev. Matthew Martin Nickoloff