Marble Collegiate Church is a diverse, inclusive community of God’s people led by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. We inspire everyone to become positive thinkers who make a difference in the world. All are welcome here.

Join us for Worship

  • Sunday Worship
    Every Sunday at 11am. Sunday Worship is the heart of the Marble Church Community. It is where we all gather to sing, pray, and be changed by an encounter with God. Each person in Worship is lifted by so many people making a joyful noise, or sitting together in silent prayer. Child care available.
  • #WeWo
    Every Wednesday at 6:15pm. #WeWo: Wednesday Worship is a worship space for individuals who are looking to go deeper on their faith journey, but it is just as accessible for people that are wanting to discover an open, joyful, inclusive, and generous faith.
  • Children, Youth & Families
    We’ve crafted a different Children’s Ministry – a ministry that honors the whole child. Our program focuses on children’s innate spirituality, connection to others and loving relationship with God.
  • Music Ministry
    The Music Ministry at Marble has a well-founded reputation for its rich tapestry of offerings: from sacred classics and contemporary spirituals to Shaker and Southern folk hymns, this is music to stir your soul and enlighten your mind.

Visitor Info

Marble Collegiate Church is located just five blocks south of the Empire State Building and within walking distance of Madison Square Park and the Flatiron Building. Learn more

A Rich History

Marble Collegiate Church is part of the Reformed Church in America, formerly known as the Dutch Reformed Church. The term “Collegiate” refers to the practice, imported from Holland, of rotating ministers who would take turns preaching at the various churches. This practice ended in 1871, when Dr. William Ormiston was installed as Marble’s first Senior Minister. He routinely filled the sanctuary at all three Sunday services, and served faithfully until 1888. Please visit our history page for a complete timeline and a fascinating look at Marble’s place in history.