Grace Church in New York

This Week at Grace

Worship Services – Week of January 17th

Sunday, January 17th at 11:00 AM – The Second Sunday after Epiphany (In Person and Live Streamed)

11 am Morning Prayer
The Church is open for in-person* worship 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Clergy: The Rev. J. Donald Waring, Rector, The Rev. Julia Macy Offinger, The Rev. Thomas John Szczerba Jr. (preaching)
Music: The Adult Choir; Dr. Patrick Allen, organ

Followed by fellowship* in the Rectory Garden 12:30 pm

 

Wednesday, January 20th at 6:00 pm  (In Person and Zoom Event)

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Evening Prayer with Homily
The Church is open for in-person* worship from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Clergy: The Rev. Thomas John Szczerba Jr.,

 

*All are required to wear a covering over their nose and mouth, and to observe posted safety guidelines during in-person worship and events.

Sunday Forum – January 24, 2021

Sunday, January 24, 2021 @ 10:00 AM (Zoom Event)


The Sunday Forum – Christianity in Liberia. 
As part of our continuing commitment to explore issues of race in our Sunday Forum discussions, on January 24th we welcome John V. Singler, Professor of Linguistics at NYU and an expert on Christianity in Africa. Professor Singler will focus on the country of Liberia from the arrival of Episcopal missionaries in 1836 to the present.  For Zoom access, please see The Weekly Epistle or email the Rev. Thomas Szczerba.

 

This Month

Upcoming Event

The Church Club of New York lecture – January 21, 6:30 pm: “The Episcopal Black Atlantic:  Alexander Crummell and James Theodore Holly” with Prof. Nicholas Birns. The Atlantic Ocean in the nineteenth century encompassed slavery and freedom, Britain and America, whiteness and blackness. It also saw the founding of two modern black countries: Haiti and Liberia.

This lecture will explore the role that two African American priests of the Episcopal Church, Alexander Crummell and James Theodore Holly, played in evangelizing and connecting the Black Atlantic.” Nicholas Birns teaches literature at NYU and is a parishioner of Grace Church in Manhattan. For Zoom information visit The Church Club of New York.

This Month

Upcoming Event

The Church Club of New York lecture – January 21, 6:30 pm: “The Episcopal Black Atlantic:  Alexander Crummell and James Theodore Holly” with Prof. Nicholas Birns. The Atlantic Ocean in the nineteenth century encompassed slavery and freedom, Britain and America, whiteness and blackness. It also saw the founding of two modern black countries: Haiti and Liberia.

This lecture will explore the role that two African American priests of the Episcopal Church, Alexander Crummell and James Theodore Holly, played in evangelizing and connecting the Black Atlantic.” Nicholas Birns teaches literature at NYU and is a parishioner of Grace Church in Manhattan. For Zoom information visit The Church Club of New York.

Bach At Noon

Tuesday,  Wednesday, Thursday and Friday @ 12:20 PM (Live in the Church and on Facebook Live)

Bach at Noon – 30 minutes of music by J.S. Bach, played on the Bicentennial Organ.
Open to the public on Tuesday and Thursday
Offered on Facebook Live: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Canterbury Downtown Campus Ministry

Sunday @ 5:00 PM (Zoom Event)

Canterbury Downton – This is an open and inclusive Christian community of, by, and for university students of all campuses in lower Manhattan. During the academic year we gather for weekly worship, a free meal, service-learning opportunities, and adventurous outings. We enjoy taking time to play, pray and serve together. Students of all religious backgrounds are invited to join us as we seek to grow together in community and Christ. For zoom access and more information, visit the Canterbury Downtown Facebook page, or contact the Rev. Megan E. Sanders, Chaplain, Canterbury Downtown.

Centering Prayer

Monday @ 12:15 – 12:45 PM  (Zoom Event)

Centering Prayer – Christian silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of God’s presence. Led by Currie Estreich, MA, Spiritual Direction, the General Theological Seminary. For Zoom access, please check The Weekly Epistle or email the Rev. Thomas John Szczerba Jr. well before the event.

Children’s Chapel

Sunday @ 9:45 AM (Zoom Event)

Children’s Chapel  – Join Mother Julia and Father Thomas from 9:45-10:10 am to say our hellos, read and discuss the story of the day from our Children’s Bible, and then say our prayers together. (Designed for ages 4-10, but the whole family is welcome.) For Zoom access, please see The Weekly Epistle, or email the Rev. Thomas John Szczerba Jr. well before the event.

Men’s Bible Study

Wednesday @ 6:30 PM – 7:15 PM   (Zoom Event)
1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month

Men’s Bible Study – The men of Grace Church are invited to join us via Zoom for a bible study on the lectionary for the coming Sunday. This bible study will take place on the first and third Wednesday of the month and will run until June. If you are interested in participating please contact the Rev. Thomas Szczerba.

Open Door

Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM. (Open to the Public)

Enter, Rest, Pray – Noonday Prayer offered at 12:15 PM.
All visitors are required to wear a covering over their nose and mouth, and to observe posted safety guidelines.

Women’s Bible Study

Wednesday @ 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM (Zoom Event)

Women’s Bible Study – Long-running program of guided Bible study and discussion for women. For Zoom access, please see The Weekly Epistle or email the Rev. Julia Macy Offinger well before the event.

 

Worship Services:

Sunday 11 A.M. Wednesday 6 P.M. on this website, Youtube, Facebook, and Vimeo.

Recordings of previous worship services are also available.

 

Grace Church

802 Broadway
New York, NY 10003
(212) 254-2000

An Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New York

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