The Park Church Coop

Following Jesus' command to love our neighbors.

We are open for Sunday Worship each week from 11AM to Noon

We are currently accepting online donations through Venmo @parkchurchcoop Thank you for supporting the work we do for the community!

Over 100 years of Lutheran ministry in Greenpoint -- foundation for the future. Sharing the love of Christ through meaningful worship and by building community and partnerships with leaders, artists, musicians and our neighbors. 

About the Park Church Co-op


The Park Church Co-op is a Lutheran ministry focused on radical love of the neighbor through welcome and invitation. We are located in an historic church building (erected 1908)  that was formerly The Lutheran Church of the Messiah. We are thankful for the foundation the faithful people of that church built over the past century. We look forward to the future, reaching out to all of our neighbors -- the long-time and brand new residents -- to provide relevant spiritual nourishment in these changing times. 

We have many ministry partners who are members of our co-op community and look forward to forming more partnerships for the benefit of the community. From dancing to CSA distribution, children's theater to music programs, we have offerings for everyone, and if we don't have something that interests you, feel free to contact Pastor Amy and the Co-op leaders with new ideas. 

Our values

At the Park Church Co-op

We believe that creative practices are spiritual practices.
At the PCC, we open our space to artists, musicians, dancers, and creatives of all types. 

Space Is Made Sacred By the People Gathered
We were given the gift of a traditional sacred space - a beautiful church. We hope to return that gift by making the space sacred in our own way - filling it with our passions, spiritual journeys, and charity. Come help us! 

We build community inside to serve the greater community outside.
We open our doors to our neighbors and strive to serve their practical and spiritual needs. ((When we serve the community, we serve the spirit))

We thrive on a culture of radical openness.
Outsider art, innovative spiritual practices, and acts of simple charity all have a home here.