Times Square Church is coming to New York City
Times Square has a new home.
The New York Times reports that the Times Square Presbyterian Church is moving to Times Square.
It’s part of a move to the city’s center, which the church is looking to expand into in the next few years.
Times Square is the heart of the New York area.
The church will open a new church in 2017, but it will be open to all congregations in 2019.
It will be located on Eighth Avenue, just north of Times Square’s iconic Tower of Power.
The Times Square church was built in 1910.
The New York Post says that the church’s former congregation, the First Presbyterian Church of New York, is now a nondenominational church.
The Times reports, “Its pastor, Reverend William E. Bower, has been at the church since 1974, serving as a minister since 1984.
In the years since, he has been instrumental in shaping the congregation, and in building the church into a beacon of peace and social harmony.”