A few articles about our battle with the Landmarks Preservation Commission. A Landmark With an Unwanted Status: April 19, 1987 in The New York Times. Fate of Church Divides a Neighborhood: March 19, 1989 in The New York Times.
Upper West Side Church Offers Homeless a Home, and More : March 28, 2010 in The New York Times.
Even in Churches, Wall Street Protesters Can’t Escape Watch of Police: November 17, 2011 in The New York Times.
BOTTLE-CAP CHRISTMAS TREESÂ€ BRING DELIGHTED SMILES Charlene Floyd’s trash tree in front of the parsonage, from the November 2012 Interpreter Magazine.
A sweet story about a couple who met doing a play in the SPSA theater 20 years ago who returned to SPSA to get married. The New York Times, Oct. 27, 2013
St. Paul & St. Andrew in the Community A how-to by SPSA member Christie House, in the January-February 2014 issue of New World Outlook
Theater About, And In, A Church. A play about St. Paul & St. Andrew, performed in our theater http://www.westsidespirit.com/city-arts-news/20150217/theater-about-and-in-a-church West Side Spirit, Feb. 17, 2015
St. Paul & St. Andrew Divests Endowment of Fossil Fuels. The Board of Trustees’ historic decision is starting to ripple through the United Methodist community and beyond.
Our partnership with the West Side Campaign Against Hunger is a priority of the congregation. Now we can reach more people with the food truck. Read more. https://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/05/22/allying-choice-and-nutrition-at-food-pantries/
St. Paul & St. Andrew actively works for an inclusive church and denomination. To learn more about what’s happening in the fight for full inclusion of LGBTQ persons in our church, read the article. http://www.umc.org/news-and-media/spectators-pray-sing-at-judicial-council