For over a hundred years, we have been a spiritual home and community center that welcomes all. We are located in the Yorkville neighborhood on East 88th Street between First and Second Avenues on New York's Upper East Side (near the 86th Street stop of the new Q Subway Line). An Episcopal Church in the Anglican Tradition, we seek to follow Jesus Christ into a challenging world.
Come and visit us. Spend time with us. Help us as we continue to learn what it means to be friends and followers of Jesus Christ.
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!)
Monday through Thursday
8:30 A.M. Morning Prayer
A twenty-minute simple service of prayers and scripture, offered in the Memorial Chapel of the Main Church.
6:00 PM. Evening Prayer
A fifteen-minute simple service of prayers and scripture, offered around the Main Altar in the Church.
6:15 P.M. Said Eucharist with Prayer for Healing
A thirty-minute service of prayers, scriptures, homily, prayers for healing, & Holy Communion.
8:00 A.M. Said Eucharist
A forty-five minute service of prayers, scriptures, sermon, & Holy Communion in the Main Church.
10:00 A.M. Adult Christian Education
From 10 AM to 10:45 AM we discuss scripture, theological topics, or discuss books. A full schedule is here.
11:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist
Usually lasting about an hour and fifteen minutes, this service includes music for choir and congregation, scriptures, prayers, a sermon, & Holy Communion, in the Main Church.
6:00 P.M. Community Eucharist
Usually lasting about an hour, this service is led by a musical ensemble of guitar, keyboards, and voices. The service includes scriptures, prayers, a sermon, & Holy Communion. It takes place in the Main Church or, on cooler summer evenings in the summer, in the front garden.