Wherever you are in your journey, you are welcomed at Pneuma!  


We are a family of believers that extends God’s love as it has been extended to us.  At Pneuma Ministries we are a welcoming people, committed to discipleship, and impacting a world for Jesus Christ.  We are excited about meeting you and look forward to seeing you soon!


What can I expect when I visit?

Our Sunday  service is held at 2:00pm at Grace Congregational Church in Harlem, NY and is both contemporary and charismatic. We sing songs of praise, pray corporately, spend time greeting one another, and receiving the word of God from the Holy Bible. Our Wednesday Night Service begins at 6:30 pm. You can expect it to be relaxed and casual with a focus on intimate worship.


What about my children?

Children are welcome and encouraged to stay with you during service. Your children ages 5 through 12 are invited to participate in our Children’s Church during our service.

As a visitor, will I have to say anything or be singled out?

As our way of welcoming you, we do acknowledge our First Time Visitors so that we may greet you. If you prefer not to stand that is fine.  We do not want you to do anything that would make you feel uncomfortable.


 If I need prayer, will Pneuma pray for me?

We would love to pray for you as Pneuma is a praying church. If you are in need of prayer,  We have intercessory prayer before each service.  We pray corporately on Wednesday Mornings at 5:00am. Please feel free to come forward during the invitation at the conclusion of any service. If you wish, you may also send prayer requests through the PRAYER REQUEST link on our Home page.  Your request will be forwarded to one of our ministry leaders.


Will I have a chance to meet the Pastor?

Pastor Wright looks forward to meeting visitors and spending time with members after each service. She is usually available at the front of the church immediately following service to receive guests and members, as well as speak with those who have questions about the church or the message of the service.


Will I be asked to give an offering?

As a guest you are welcome, but not expected, to make an offering.  The Tithes and Offerings portion of our service is a time of celebration at Pneuma.  Our members are excited to give as part of their commitment to God and the church.


Need More Information?

At Sunday services, our ministry Leaders and church members are always on hand to talk with you and answer any questions you might have about our church.  You may also contact the church office Tuesday through Friday at 917-375-3168.


We welcome ALL people to come and celebrate the resurrected King, Jesus Christ, with us.  We look forward to meeting you soon!

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