X Good Morning and welcome to St. Mary’s Episcopal Church! X                 521West 126th Street X New York, NY10027 (212) 864-4013 www.StMarysHarlem.org             www.facebook.com/st.marys.harlem


IQ – Important Questions: Next meeting TBA

Engaging and encouraging children’s questions about life, death, meaning and faith. We explore scripture (especially the Book of Genesis) and tradition through art, movement, field trips, songs , stories, and service to others.  Meeting in the Rectory.


Ecclesia needs volunteers! St. Mary’s offers an outdoor Eucharist for the homeless at Marcus Garvey Park on the first Sunday of each month. Volunteers are needed to bring Eucharistic supplies, and to make and transport sandwiches for an agape meal after the Eucharist. If you are willing to help, speak to Mother Mary.


This month, we welcome Orlando and Julius from QDEP (Queer Detainees Empowerment Program) – they and Executive Director Jamila, will be sharing space in 1/2 of the PH basement M-F, from 10 am to 6 pm. They will also have a support group for clients in the Rectory Common rooms on Tuesdays from 6 to 8.


ECW  May-15

Pentecost – Wear RED

12:15 ECW welcomes member Amanda Watermeyer to speak about USAID work with women and children.


Monday, May 23, 5:00-7:30 p.m.
St. Philip’s Church, 204 West 134th Street, Manhattan

A discussion focusing on mass incarceration and its effects on the local community with Bryan Stevenson, author of New York Times best-seller Just Mercy, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative and social justice activist. Free of charge.


Dorcas “Arts”


St. Mary’s & the surrounding community

Based on the book of Acts in the Bible

Hemming-Pants, Skirts and Dresses

  • Sew on Buttons, Small repairs

Second and Fourth Sunday 12:00-2:00- Undercroft

521 west 126th street, between old broadway and Amsterdam

Sign up for the upcoming:

“Teach me to sew workshops” TBA

To assist in this project Contact:

Sandra-May Flowers at 646-856-2912 or send email to:



Come join Theatre of the Oppressed NYC’s flagship troupe, Concrete Justice. Use theatre & fun to confront community concerns in Harlem and New York City! Last year’s CJ show, Homeless Woes addressed gentrification, unsafe shelter conditions and problems in the housing system.  No acting experience necessary, all ages welcome! Fridays: 3:30pm to 5pm, (April 1st to June 3rd), St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Basement, 521 W 126th St, Harlem

Pray for:

Our Partners: Unity Fellowship Church NYC, NYC Adventist Forum

Pamsula Zen Meditation; Insight Meditation, Harlem

For everyone who comes to St. Mary’s throughout the week, and for anyone who is not able to be with us.

X Special Prayer requests and blessings

XPrayers for health and healing: Effie Scott, Gloria Ellis Smith,Shirrell & Tyrone Felder, the Crawford family, Ian Harding, Patrick Harding & family, April & Barbara Jackson, Marion Smith, Jacqueline &  Anthony Rackley family ,the Snyder family, Doris Rodriquez, Anna Nash,  Gwen Walker & family, Bonnie Phelps and family, Lois Coe, Mary Kelly Brown, Grace Tesita, Marvin Jones, Michelle & Devante  Atkins, Betty Littlefield, Heather Jean Balsdom, Eva Greene & family Raivlston Walters, Maura Hammer, Sheila, Syida & Jamie Patterson, Shirley Hilliard, Matthew Jones, Stephanie Miranda, Patricia  Pinnick, Teiggy, Andrew Polk,  David Wreck, Matthew Valentin, Camilo Lopez, Tonya Yates, Philip  Traynor, Pearl Harris, Ronald Stewart.  Lisa Slocum, Inez Alexander, Marisa Scaviallo, James Allen, Anthony Howell, Latasha Wilson.

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