Preaching on the Woman a the Well, Hershey Mallette

Hershey Mallette, second year student at General Theological Seminary and Canterbury Downtown intern, will be preaching at Grace Church on Broadway and 1oth Street, tonight at the 6 p.m. Holy Eucharist. Earlier this week the following blog post by Hershey was published as part of Grace Church’s daily Lenten devotional. Read it here, and join…

Imaging Lent

  Explore your Lenten journey through images and social media.  The above words are intended as the inspiration for a daily photograph or image that can be posted to your facebook, instagram, tumblr, etc., creating a visual journey through the season of Lent.  Today’s word is “identity.”

Night Prayers with Canterbury Downtown

On Wednesdays Canterbury Downtown, Episcopal campus ministry in lower Manhattan, offers a 30 minute prayer service from 9-9:30 p.m.  An invitation to Rest + Sing + Pray + Connect Join us tonight at the Catholic Center Chapel, 238 Thompson Street, 1st Floor.

Just Breathe

It is the Tuesday before spring break, and mid-terms are in full swing.  Today, remember to just breathe. Today’s Gospel reading is a reminder of the prayer Jesus taught us, a prayer that when memorized either from childhood or adulthood can become as second nature as breathing.  Check it out here.  

Creating a Window Into God workshop

Join with Episcopal students from NYU and Columbia for an icon making workshop. Attendees will have the materials and guidance provided to create a personal icon for use in prayer/spiritual practice. Saturday, March 8, 10 am – 2 pm at the Diocesan House Donegan Hall (on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine)  Contact Chaplain Mary…

Meditations, Millennials, Missionaries

Did you know that there are young adult Episcopal missionaries serving in self-supported/fund-raised mission work around the world? It’s called YASC, the Young Adult Service Corps. This blog is an offering throughout the season of Lent of a glimpse into the work they are doing – what ministry looks like in different contexts, what Lent…

Ash Wednesday 2014

In the Church, Lent begins today.  40 days of intentional spiritual discipline, a journey toward the celebration of Easter with daily offerings of prayer, study of scripture, fasting and almsgiving. Perhaps you already know how you plan to spend this season of preparation, or perhaps you are looking for help in what to “do” or…