We want to use our building generously. We believe our building should be a gracious, friendly hub of activity in the neighborhood and city. Our building has hosted many events in its short history. We’ve hosted graduations, baccalaureates, town hall meetings, concerts, retreats, AA meetings, and recitals, to name a few.

Our building dates back to 1920 with Park Congregational Church, which soon became Pilgrim Congregational Church and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. From 1989 to 2014, it was used for various commercial purposes. City Pres purchased the building in 2014 and held our first worship service Easter Sunday, 2015.

[Doug blogged about the building here.]

If you’re interested in using our building, please contact Matt Teeselink at