A Note about Rectory Preservation Work and the Rhinelander Building Next Door
Thanks to everyone for a great St. Francis Weekend, October 1-2, 2016.
8:00 AM Said Eucharist
The service includes scripture readings, prayers, a sermon, and Holy Communion. (No music)
11:00 AM Sung Eucharist
The service includes scripture readings, prayers, a sermon, and Holy Communion. Led by our choir of volunteers and professionals, we sing hymns and canticles and enjoy hearing anthems and organ music from many ages and cultures.
6:00 PM Contemporary Eucharist
In good weather, we're in the front garden for a casual worship service that includes scripture readings, prayers, a sermon, and Holy Communion. If it's rainy or too hot, look for us in Draesel Hall, in St. Christopher's Mission House to the immediate west of the church.
Adult Christian Education this Fall:
Sundays, 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM, Draesel Hall
September 4-25: Bible Study of the Gospels
October 2: The Lives of St. Francis and St. Clare (on St. Francis Sunday)
October 9-30: The Episcopal Way (What it means to be an Episcopalian)
November 6-20: Discussion of The New Jim Crow, by Michelle Alexander
Monday through Thursday
8:30 AM Morning Prayer (a twenty-minute service of scripture readings and prayers)
5:30 PM Evening Prayer (a twenty-minute service of scripture readings and prayers)
6:00 PM Said Eucharist with Prayers for Healing
Welcome to the Church of the Holy Trinity. Located on East 88th Street between First and Second Avenues on New York's Upper East Side, we are a community, a sanctuary, and a place of spiritual renewal and refreshment. We are an Episcopal Church in the Anglican Tradition even as we seek to follow Jesus Christ into a challenging world.
We are diverse-- black, white, Asian, Latino, and mixed; straight, gay, and undecided; younger as well as older; more and less well-to-do, professional, retired... we are students, professors, opera buffs, football fans, writers, artists, 'math-letes', couch potatoes, fans of Shakespeare and SNL, from-the-cradle Episcopalians, new converts, and beginning spiritual searchers. (And this doesn't quite cover everyone!)
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