Monday – Centering Prayer (via Zoom) 12:15-12:45 – 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 see your recent Weekly Epistle (Friday enews) or email the Rev. Thomas John Szczerba Jr. well before the event.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – Enter, Rest, Pray (Church is OPEN) Tuesday, noon–3 pm, Wednesday, 5:30-6:30 pm, and Thursday, noon–3 pm. Tuesday and Thursday Noonday Prayer at 12:05 pm. Wednesday Evening Prayer at 6 pm. All are required to wear a covering over their nose and mouth, and to observe posted safety guidelines.

Tuesday, Thursday – Bach at Noon (Held in the church during open hours and on Facebook Live) 12:20 pm – 30 minutes of music by J.S. Bach, played on the Bicentennial Organ.

Wednesday – Women’s Bible Study (over Zoom) – 10:30 am-noon – Long-running program of guided Bible study and discussion for women. For Zoom access, please see your recent Weekly Epistle (Friday enews) or email the Rev. Julia Macy Offinger well before the event.

Wednesday, Friday – Bach at Noon (on Facebook Live) – 12:20 pm – 30 Minutes of music by J.S. Bach, played on the Bicentennial Organ.

Wednesday – Evening Prayer with Homily at 6 pm (Church is OPEN for in-person worship. Service also available over Zoom, Facebook Live, and YouTube Live. Service details are posted each week under Services-events. For Zoom access, please see your recent Weekly Epistle (Friday enews) or email the Rev. Thomas John Szczerba Jr. well before the service. All are required to wear a covering over their nose and mouth, and to observe posted safety guidelines while in the church.

Saturday – Weekend Organ Meditation (on Facebook Live) 4pm – 45-minutes of diverse music played on the Bicentennial Organ. More details on Weekend Organ Meditations here.

Meet the Author: Ibram X. Kendi – A Diocese of New York Event October 22nd @ 7pm over Zoom

Register here: https://www.dioceseny.org/ednyevent/meet-the-author-ibram-x-kendi/  to participate with hundreds of other Episcopalians in an exclusive online event as Ibram X. Kendi, author of How to Be An Antiracist discusses his journey of discovery, answers your questions, and reflects on the nationwide movement toward antiracism that his writings have helped to fuel. Please share your thoughts and questions about the book in the blog at https://www.episcopalnyreads1book.com/. Some of your questions will be forwarded to Dr. Kendi before his address to the Diocese on the 22nd. Contact the Rev. Thomas Szczerba with any questions.