Jesus is outside waiting for you

There was a lady who, every day at six o'clock in the afternoon, went to the village church to pray. She was very punctual and never missed her appointment. When she was late, because things in the house or dinner took longer than usual, she would run down the street to get there in time.



Morning Prayer

Hallelujah! The Lord is risen!

This week we continue to read from Wisdom of Solomon, written in the late first century BCE.  In the New Testament reading this week we wrap up Paul's Letter to the Colossians and begin his letter to the Romans Chapter 12 - 15.  Gospel is from Luke Chapters 7 through 9. 

Please note due to time constraints, if there are multiple Psalms, only one will be read, and one of the canticles is omitted (and noted as such).  

Readings for the Fifth Week of Easter (Year C)


GOD'S PRIDE: Belonging, Celebration and Remembrance!

An Episcopal Pride-Full Month!

A special collaboration between the Church of St. Matthew and St. Timothy, Episcopal Church Foundation, St. Batholomew's Church/Iglesia San Bartolomé, Holyrood Church/Iglesia Santa Cruz, St. Mark's-in-the-Bowery, Unity Fellowship of Christ Church NYC. 


Vigilia por ... Justicia

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