Traditional Anglican Theology for Today's New York
This Week at Saint Albans
Visit Us at New Church New York New Church 114 East 35th Street (Between Lexington & Park Avenues) New York, NY 10016
Note the Time Change: 11.00 a.m.
Summer is over and we're back to our regular time. Join us each week at 11.00 for worship, followed by fellowship in the garden. There is plenty of room for social distancing, so if you have been holding off on returning to worship, we are ready to welcome you in faith, hope, and love.
The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity September 20, 2020
11.00 am Morning Prayer The Lesson: Hebrews 10.19-25
Sermon by The Rector: Community and Commitment
12.00 am Lemonade in the Garden
Welcome Welcome to Saint Albans Church, the First Reformed Episcopal Church. We hold to the faith and traditions of the historic church. We are a welcoming church, open to those who are already believers in the Lord Jesus Christ and to those who are seeking to know more about Him.
Saint Albans was founded in 1874 and is located in the heart of historic Murray Hill. We invite you to join our vibrant community as we seek to know and do the will of God in our part of the world.
We are an evangelistic community, actively engaged in spreading the Gospel message to all around us. In addition to worship opportunities throughout the week, we gather in a variety of contexts and locations for prayer, study, fun, and fellowship. Children are a special focus of our ministry. Our ministry to adults includes opportunities for weekly Bible Study, special mid-week book discussion groups, as well as a Friday fellowship group.
Our congregation is made up of a diverse group of people from various places, backgrounds and traditions. We are young and old, married and single, native New Yorkers and newcomers to the city. We represent cultural traditions from Africa, the Carribbean, the United Kingdom, Europe and North America. Some of us are life-long Anglicans, while many come from a variety of worship experiences. We are a community of people coming together in love, fellowship and worship, all in the name of the Lord Jesus.
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