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We're glad you're here!

Whenever you walk into Third Church, we want you to feel welcome. No matter who you are or where you’ve come from, whether you come here for worship or take part in one of our many other ministries to the community, we hope you experience God’s expansive embrace when you’re here.


4 Meigs Street (at East Ave.)
Rochester, NY 14607

Exit I-490 at Goodman St. and turn left.
Continue on Goodman St. to East Avenue.
Turn left and go two blocks to Meigs Street.

What To Expect

When you visit us in worship on Sunday you’ll be greeted at the door and invited inside. You will see folks dressed in blue jeans and t-shirts, high heels and pearls, and everything in between. Come the way that you feel most comfortable. Our space is beautiful and historic, our worship experience is traditional and transformational, and our people care about justice in our community and the world.

Sunday Worship

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Worship with us every Sunday at 9:30am in the Sanctuary or simultaneously on our YouTube channel.

All Are Welcome

You are welcome here, no matter your faith experience, sexual orientation, personal background, or human condition. We are an open and accepting faith community, a member congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and a voice of progressive leadership on today’s religious, social, and moral issues. Passionately committed to the social gospel of Jesus Christ, we build community by helping each other and helping the world.

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Meet Our Pastor
the Reverend Rebecca Segers

Do you find yourself longing for God’s Good News in a world where it often seems in short supply? At Third Church, we seek to discover it in all we do as we worship together, make music, explore the deep questions of life and faith, and seek justice for everyone in our community and around the world. I hope you’ll find your way here. We’d love to get to know you!

Our History

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Explore Our Campus

This high-level map shows where you can park, building and accessible entrances, and the main sections of the building.