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In response to COVID-19 gathering restrictions, we have suspended our physical worship gatherings until further notice. In the meantime, we are hosting worship gatherings each Sunday online. Click the link below to access the next gathering.
We come together each week to sing, read Scripture, hear God’s Word preached, pray, and respond with communion as a means of celebrating and remembering the good news of Jesus Christ’s life, death, and resurrection. We invite you to participate with us as we gather for corporate worship. If you’re skeptical or unsure about Christianity, we invite you to come with questions, doubts, concerns, and see what it looks like for the church to gather together.


Our Community Groups are smaller neighborhood-based communities of people desiring to grow in their knowledge and love of God by sharing life and engaging his Word together, meeting one another’s needs, and serving their neighbors.

During COVID-19 gathering restrictions have altered our ordinary Community Group rhythms but all groups are still connecting via video calls and outdoor meetings. Find out how to participate by reaching out to the leader of a group near you:


tuesdays, 7:30pm


tuesday evenings


Thursdays, 7:30pm


tuesdays, 7pm


tuesdays, 7:30pm


thursdays, 7pm


wednesdays, 7:30pm


Every Monday through Friday we gather at 12pmEST over Zoom for about 20 minutes, breaking from the challenges and demands of our day to seek the Lord together. Each day of the week our prayer time has a specific focus:

Mondays are for beginning our week with God.
Tuesdays are for justice.
Wednedays are for renewal.
Thursdays are for evangelistic fruit.
Fridays are for ending our week and resting with God.

This is one means of pressing into prayer during a pandemic season, as we seek to bear witness to who God is, and as we prepare to be more public as a church. Would you join us?


During COVID-19, it can be overwhelming to navigate the great amount of need in New York City.

As we seek to live on mission with Jesus, and particularly as we seek to serve in the way Jesus served, one of the easiest ways that we can begin to serve our neighbors is partnering with Hope For New York. During this pandemic season, here are two opportunities to consider serving our neighbors:


Serve at the mobile outreach in East Harlem with NYC Relief Saturdays from 11am-1pm.
Offer soup, prayer, and other resources to our neighbors living on the street. 


There are many ways that we can serve the city through HFNY without leaving our homes. Check out hfny.org/virtualvolunteer to learn how you can care for our neighbors remotely.


Our God is a God of radical generosity. When the Apostle Paul wanted to encourage an urban church in a cultural forging global city to be people of radical generosity, he pointed them to this truth about God seen most clearly in the giving of His Son.

“For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich.” – 2 Corinthians 8:9

Your giving fuels the mission of Apostles Church Uptown, allowing us to continue to form whole disciples of Jesus.
Give by Mail – If you’d like to give by mail, you can write a check to “Apostles Church Uptown” and send it to our office:
Apostles Church Uptown
C/O St. Mary Magdalene
70 West 107th Street #1A
New York, NY 10025

Give by Text – To give from your phone, text the amount you’d like to give to (917) 924-4644. If you’ve given by text before, you’ll receive a response confirming receipt of your gift. If it’s your first time giving by text, you’ll receive a link asking for your payment method (credit card, debit card, or bank account). This payment source will be linked with your phone number so that, in the future, you can simply text the amount without re-enter your payment information.