Good morning and welcome to St. Mary’s Church!

December 9, 1 PM to 4 PM – Sanctuary Clean Up – Help St. Mary’s sparkle for Christmas! Drop in and help make the woodwork and brass shine for the holidays.

December 14th and 15th St. Mary’s very our Holiday Crafts Fair! From 12noon to 5pm. Plan to do your holiday shopping at the annual St. Mary’s Alter-Knit-ive Holiday Crafts Fair! Products will prove to be unique and affordable! Crafting entrepreneurs don’t miss out! Table fees are only $50 a day for this boutique affair. Register early and save: Just $75 for both days! Interested vendors should contact or come to the office right away!

December 21, Saturday, Please come and enjoy with us a live play called “A Harlem Style Christmas Carol”                                                Doors open at 3pm,                                              Tickets: $15 in advance -$20 at the door! all are welcome

Saturday Outreach & Ecclesia (1st & last Sunday of every month) we need vehicle support to bring food to East Harlem. Anyone with a driver’s license or a car, please help!

The choir calls all those who like music to join us. Rehearsals are Wednesdays 5-7 pm and Sundays before the service. The Worship Committee also welcomes input on hymn selection.

Help St. Mary’s get more financial support! Join the Grant Workgroup. Contact Dorothy Ross.

Please continue to bring any socks, hats, scarves and gloves you have to spare to share with our friends on the street!

St. Mary’s is ready to receive applications for rector- ship! Please spread the word! Make sure that the candidates you deem worthy to lead the “Be Not Afraid Church” are aware of the opportunity!

St. Mary’s Church (Manhattanville), Manhattan
Position: Rector
Contact: Joel Kovel (Search Committee Chair)
Church Website:    For Parish Profile name/production/1409/Parish Profile                                   St. Mary’s. Manhattanville Manhattan.pdf
Deadline: January 10, 2014


At 2.40 p.m. today, December 7, at a special election convention held at Manhattan’s Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, the Rev. Allen K. Shin was declared the bishop suffragan-elect of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. The new bishop suffragan will replace Bishop Catherine Roskam, who retired at the end of 2011, and will work alongside the diocesan bishop, the Rt. Rev. Andrew M.L. Dietsche.

 Shin, who is currently rector of St. John’s Church, Huntington, LI, NY was elected on the 4th round of balloting by a majority of the active clergy. A brief biography of the bishop elect may be found  (where you will also find information on the other nominees and videos of all).

 Shin was one of five candidates nominated in early October by a special Committee to Elect a Bishop, which began work following the call for the election of a suffragan by Bishop Dietsche’s predecessor as diocesan, Bishop Mark S. Sisk, at the diocese’s annual convention in November 2012. Bishop Sisk retired, and Bishop Dietsche was installed as XVI Bishop of New York, on February 2, 2013.

 The bishop suffragan-elect must now receive the consent of a majority both of the other diocesan bishops of the Episcopal Church and of the standing committees of the Church’s dioceses, before being consecrated in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Saturday, May 17, 2014.

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