This week and next!

Wednesdays at 7 pm: Harlem Lenten Worship and Meal
Join Manhattan North Inter Parish Council in our annual Lenten observance of 7pm worship and a communal meal at different churches in Harlem each week. See entire schedule below. All are welcome!

*this week’s date changed due to snow*

THURSDAY March 8 – St. Martin’s  230 Malcolm X Boulevard, at 122nd Street
March 14 – Crucifixion  459 West 149th Street, at Convent Avenue
March 21 – All Souls’  88 St. Nicholas Avenue, near 115th Street

 

Saturday, March 17, at 3 pm “What A Neighborhood” celebrates Hildgard of Bingen at St. Mary’s

“What A Neighborhood!” a local collaboration of composers, led by Ishmael and Vita Wallace, will explore the music and philosophy of the twelfth century Abbess, Hildegard of Bingen. Hildegard’s vision of the Divine movement of growth and greenness is one that we see in our own community as we witness what growth can take place in people when there is love. As well as music by Hildegard, What a Neighborhood! ’s program will include music by living composers from our neighborhood. A reception will follow including an exhibit of the spiritual works of visual artists from the community.

 

Lent 2018: Stations of the Cross  
An exhibition across NYC in 14 iconic destinations (http://www.artstations.org/). St. Mary’s is hosting Station 3: Jesus Falls, with an icon entitled “Our Lady of Ferguson” in our sanctuary throughout the Lenten season. People will be able to visit during office open hours (Monday-Friday, 10 am to 2 pm), Thursday evening from 6 to 8 pm, Saturdays from 1 to 3 pm, as well as on Sundays from 8 am to 5 pm.

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