Upcoming Events

– Annual St. Nicholas Party! 

Saturday, December 8, 7:00 PM

Join us in the great expectation of Christmas for the Annual EDNY Young Adult Network St. Nicholas Party. Hosted together with the young adults of St. Thomas, the event will feature live music and a hot buffet supper. You won’t want to miss it! RSVP is required. Charitable donations will be accepted at the door. See invitation for more information.

– Dinner and Discussion

Thursday, November 8, 7:30 PM

Rectory of the Church of the Holy Trinity, 332 East 88th Street

Holy Trinity Young Adults is a new monthly gathering for 20s-30s to connect, break the bread, and explore how faith moves us in our everyday lives.

– Celebratory Evensong at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Sunday, November 18, 4-5:30 PM

Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue

The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, the Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church, will be preaching at an evensong at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. This festive event is taking place in celebration of the 125th Anniversary of the laying of the Cathedral cornerstone.

– St. Mark’s Gospel on Stage: Performance and Seminar Event

Wednesday, November 14, 7 PM

St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, 1 West 53rd Street

On Wednesday night, Tom Bair will present an exciting storytelling performance of the entirety of the Gospel of St. Mark. Then, on Thursday at 10 AM, he will lead a seminar on the Gospel. You won’t want to miss this performance, described by the Episcopal Journal as “a riveting journey” and a “brilliant and inspirational experience.”

– Feed the Hungry and Make New Friends

Saturdays, Shifts at 1 or 4:15 PM

Join All Saints Church for their Saturday Community Meal, which provides a nourishing, complete dinner to the homeless, the needy, and the lonely. Up to 100 people attended dinner each week, and cooking or serving is a grace-filled way for one to show love.

Volunteers are needed at various times on Saturday afternoons. Set up begins at 1 PM, while service is at 4:15 PM. All clean-up is finished by 6:15 PM.

– Applications Open: Young Adult Service Corps

Friday, January 11, 2019

The Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) offers exciting opportunities for adults aged 21-30 to serve, learn, and share while spending a year living with communities across the global Anglican Communion.

YASC volunteers work alongside partners in the fields of administration, agriculture, communication, development, and education.


– How Breaking Bread Together Breaks Us Open to Grow with God

On the road to Emmaus, the disciples invite Jesus to stay and join them around the table. Up until this moment, they have been lost in grief over Jesus’ death and are confused by his mysterious disappearance from the tomb. It is not until Jesus takes bread offering thanks and breaking it that they recognize him. The simple gesture of breaking bread together breaks open our lives to see God in new and deeper ways.

Want to read more from Rev. Leigh Mackintosh? The full story will be published on our blog on November 9.

Labor Trafficking and US Law: Made for Each Other

Saturday, November 17, 4:30 PM

Dinner will be served following the talk

St. James Church, 865 Madison Avenue

Click here to RSVP via email by November 14

Episcopal Asian Supper Table (EAST) will be hosting a talk with Bernadette Ellorin, Executive Director of the Mission to End Modern Slavery. Exploring certain provisions of the J-1 visa law, Ellorin will discuss how labor traffickers exploit hopeful individuals coming to the U.S.

– Guy Fawkes Night

Monday, November 5, 6:15 PM, Evensong and Sausages

Church of St. John’s in the Village, 218 West 11th Street

Remember, remember the 5th of November… Evensong sung to the Music of Plainsong with Gunpowder Plot propers from the 1662 BCP followed by Fire in St. Benedict’s Courtyard with Burning of the Guy and BBQ Sausages*

*vegan options too!

– Resistance Cinema

Tuesday, November 6, 7 PM,

Church of the Ascension

12 W. 11th Street

– Come Celebrate the Episcopal Young Adult of the Year

Tuesday, November 13, 6:45 PM, Evening Prayer at 6 PM

Church of St. John’s in the Village, 218 West 11th Street

Following an Evensong service and forum, Bishop Dietsche will present the Young Adult of the Year Award, which is a tri-state regional program that provides recognition to an outstanding Young Adult. Join the Church Club of New York as we recognize members of our amazing community.

Ascension Outreach, Inc. and Resistance Cinema present documentary films on the first Tuesday of the month. This months film is Burkinabe Bounty, which chronicles agricultural resistance and the fight for food sovereignty in Burkina Faso, in West Africa.

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