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            "Be Not Afraid"

Welcome to St. Mary's! We are so glad that you are here!

St. Mary’s encourages connections not fear! St. Mary’s Manhattanville is the “I am not afraid” church, standing up as a community of faith on the unceded land of the Munsee & Lenni Lenape people in West Harlem to pursue justice and peace for the poor and oppressed, to pray and care for the sick, lonely and at risk and to put into practice the message of the Gospel by the power of the Holy Spirit...

Serving the West Harlem Community since 1823

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Worship on Sundays at 10:30 am

Eucharist with St. Mary's and
St. Martin's/St. Luke's

every Sunday at 10:30 am

Our worship with St. Mary's and St. Martin's/St. Luke's continues:
In-person (with masks and physical distance)
Zoom: Meeting ID: 700 867 563, password: praise
OR join by phone: 929 205 6099 (phone in password 820010)
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Subject to change based on the guidance of the Episcopal Diocese of New York,
and the City and State of NY. 
(see also "Prayer & Worship")

open to all, all are welcome, le da la bienvenida a todos y todas

October 1, 2023

Harlem Havruta invites everyone to share a Community meal on Sunday, October 1, at 12 pm in/around the Sukkah! with Rabbi Mira Rivera & Dr. Renee Hill

The festival of Sukkot begins 5 days after Yom Kippur. Sukkot is named after the booths or huts (sukkot in Hebrew) wherein Jewish people slept, ate, and welcomed guests during this week-long celebration. According to rabbinic tradition, these flimsy booths represent the huts in which the Israelites dwelt during their 40 years of wandering in the desert after escaping from slavery in Egypt. The festival of Sukkot is one of the three great pilgrimage festivals of the Jewish year.  more information here.

the Sukkah will be open each day from 9 am to 9 pm for community members to sit, pray, and eat, until Sunday, October 8.

October 3 & 4, 2023
Garage Dance Ensemble US Tour Debut at St. Mary's!

Krummelpap, Scandals Wrapped in Prayer (Krummelpap, Afval en Sunlightseepbaddens) is a dance-theater piece created and performed by Garage Dance Ensemble, which makes its home in a former mining area in the Namaqualand region of South Africa, not far from the border with Namibia. Set in a specific place and time about a particular brown community geographically far from our own lands, Krummelpap is a devised work of raw emotion and dark humor. It unfolds universal stories of young people reckoning with the past and confronting conditions of the present to self-define and celebrate who they are and who they would like to be.

Thank you to Jonathan Secor for connecting us to this wonderful opportunity.

A few tickets are available to the St. Mary's community for the performance on Tuesday, October 3, at 7 pm, on a first come-first serve basis. Email the Rector.

October 14, 2023

St. Mary's Garden Clean Up Day!

Join us 10 am to 2 pm
to clean out the garden and prepare for nature's season of rest.
All ages and abilities are welcome!

Únete a nosotros de 10 am a 2 pm
para limpiar el jardín y prepararle
para la temporada de descanso
de la naturaleza.
¡Todas las edades y habilidades son bienvenidas!

Saturday Oct 14
11 am to 4 pm

Columbia-Harlem Health & Medical Partnership (CHHMP) who run our Tuesday clinic will offer free flu shots and health supplies in the church.

Columbia-Harlem Health & Medical Partnership (CHHMP), que dirige nuestra clínica de los martes, ofrecerá vacunas contra la gripe y suministros de salud gratuitos en la iglesia.

15 del Octubre 2023 a las 10:30 am

Misa Bilingüe y recepción
Celebración del Mes de la Herencia Hispana/Latinx

Únase a la celebración de las tradiciones culturales de los hispan@s y latin@s. Tener una Misa y reunirse para rezar y para tener compañerismo. La seminarista Linda Aristondo predicará.

Join the celebration of the cultural traditions of Hispanix and Latinx.
Celebrate Mass and gather together for prayer and fellowship. Seminarian Linda Aristondo will preach.

Congregations for Justice and Peace

Sunday, October 15, following the reception

All are invited to join Jim White to plan for the re-start of Congregations for Justice and Peace! If you have ideas for activist projects, please email Jim.

Email Jim

October 28, 2023

200 Years of Praise & Protest Concert
Concierto 200 Años de Alabanza y Protesta

Celebrating 200 years of Music at St. Mary’s Church, Harlem
at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine Saturday, October 28, 2023 @2:00pm

Celebrando 200 años de música en la iglesia de St. Mary, Harlem en la Catedral de San Juan el Divino sábado 28 de octubre de 2023 a las 2:00 p.m.

What A Neighborhood!
Harlem Chamber Players
St. Mary's Choir

Purchase tickets Here
Compra entradas aquí

November 11, 2023

Saturday, November 11,
Gathering & refreshments at 4 pm, film at 5
Screening of Cousin Bobby with panel discussion.

Sabado, 11 de noviembre 
Compañerismo y aperitivos a las 4 pm, la película comienza a las 5
Proyección de El primo Bobby con mesa redonda.

A film by Jonathan Demme about the Rev. Bob Castle, a former rector at St. Mary's.

Una película de Jonathan Demme sobre el reverendo Bob Castle, ex rector de St. Mary's.

Sunday, December 17 at 10:30 AM

Festive Worship on the Eve of
St. Mary's Founding!

¡Adoración festiva en vísperas de la fundación de Santa María!

Bishop Andrew Dietsche, presiding register to let us know you will attend whether in person or online!

Obispo Andrew Dietsche, presidente, regístrese para informarnos que asistirá ya sea en persona o en línea.

Stay Connected and Join the St. Mary's Community in ONLINE  or IN PERSON WORSHIP

St. Mary's emerging from COVID-19 pandemic

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Regular Events and Services
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Community Fridge 24/7
Free food is available to everyone in our community 24/7. Bring an offering of food for the fridge on Sunday mornings and/or volunteer to stock and/or clean this important source of free food for the community. If you would like to help clean and/or stock the Fridge, please contact the Parish Office.

Sunday Worship
Every Sunday 10:30 am
Worship In-person,
Zoom & Facebook Live link, Meeting ID 700 867 563, pswd: praise
followed by Coffee Hour (in person & online)

Thursday Evening Prayer Online
2nd & 4th Thursday Evening Prayer with St. Martin's & St. Luke's (online only)
October 12 & 26 at 5:30 pm link, Meeting ID 989 6756 6742 pswd: 537732

Every Friday is Movie Night (free/gratis) at 6 pm!
5 pm set up, masks required; meal provided. Volunteers and donation of food needed! Contact the Rector for further information.

Friday Compline Online
Friday Compline at 9 pm St. Mary's Facebook Live Stream (click here)
FREE Mindful Movement Yoga Class, Saturdays at 2:30 pm in the Church - continues!
Three and a Half Acres Yoga is conducting free gentle/trauma informed yoga for members of St. Mary's West Harlem community. Masks and distance encouraged. For more information see:

Connie & Jessie Mae's Pantry

Starts up Wednesday, October 25, 1 -3 pm Volunteers welcome!

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