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Chronicles Of Faith and Action

The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church originated from the merger of F Street Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church and Second Presbyterian Church in 1859. With its location just blocks from the White House, NYAPC has hosted presidents, cabinet secretaries, and Congress members throughout its rich history. The church has been deeply involved in social justice and civil rights movements, notably during the civil rights era and anti-war protests. NYAPC’s commitment to hospitality, homelessness support, outreach, and tutoring persists, showcasing its strong legacy and promising future.

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