"A Gospel Celebration" Concert
The Marble Community Gospel Choir performed on Sunday, March 1, 2020 “A Gospel Celebration”. It featured traditional and contemporary music under the direction of Rev. Rashad McPherson.
Ash Wednesday 2020
Marble's evening service had traditional worship music led by Kenneth Dake and The Marble Choir on Wednesday, February 26, 2020.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper 2020
Marble Church celebrated it's fifth annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on February 25, 2020, with some delicious homemade pancakes – flipped on the griddle by the Ministers and Staff.
Tri-Faith Sunday 2020
Marble has been a pioneer in interfaith cooperation in New York City. This year Dr. Bos had a conversation with Mohammed Al Samawi, author of The Fox Hunt, and Daniel Pincus, about how a victimized Muslim interfaith advocate in Yemen was saved by a Jew from New York.
Community Carol Sing and All-Church Party 2019
This all-ages festive and fun evening included a carol sing in the Sanctuary and was followed by a Christmas party in the Marble Loft on Wednesday, December 18.
All Is Calm, All Is Bright - 2019 Advent Concert
Marble Church encountered the spirit of the season with music from The Marble Choir, Festival of Voices, and Chamber Orchestra and journeyed toward the true meaning of Advent and Christmas.
Christmas Brunch 2019
Warm fellowship and a delicious Christmas meal, with Christmas tunes from the piano by Mario Sprouse during Marble's annual Christmas Brunch.
Thanksgiving Brunch 2019
We gave thanks for our unique and diverse faith community with a bountiful Thanksgiving feast in the Marble Loft.
Dr. Florence Pert Legacy 2019
All were invited as we honored the legacy of our late Senior Associate Minister Rev. Dr. Florence W. Pert – a woman of “firsts” – the first woman to preach from the pulpit at Marble Church in the almost 350-year history of the Dutch Reformed Collegiate Church in NYC.
Gratitude Celebrations 2019
On Sunday, November 10 and Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Marble's goal was to have every member and regular worship attendee present so together they could celebrate what it meant to belong to a family of faith.