UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE
HOUSE OF THE REDEEMER
All events are open to the public.
Please email or call to reserve.
us for Monday thru Friday 8:00 am and 5:30 pm for Morning and Evening Prayer.
Eucharist is Tuesday evening and Thursday
morning, September through June.
ALL PROGRAMS ARE IN FORMATION AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Fabbri Chamber Concert: Violin and Piano Duo The Fabbri Chamber Concert Series will begin 2016 with Rolf Schulte, violin and Kazuko Hayami, piano, performing the works of Schubert, Schumann, Smetana and Grieg. A reception with the artists will follow. General seating. Tickets are $40 at the door. Advance tickets are $35 ($20 for students). Please call for tickets and series subscriptions. Thursday, March 10, 7:30 pm
Annual Lenten Retreat This year’s Lenten retreat, As we approach Palm Sunday, will be led by the Rev’d. Michael Schafer. Lunch provided. Reservations required. Fee: $25. Saturday, March 19, 10:00 am-2:00 pm
Songs of Earth and Water Through song and reflection March Priest-in-Residence, the Rev’d. Michael Shafer, will present a Christian perspective on climate change, especially as it relates to our natural resources. Of particular interest will be Naomi Klein’s recent publication, This Changes Everything and Charles Fishman’s essay, California’s Drought May not be Your Drought. Free of charge. Tuesday, March 22, 6:30 pm
Reiki Classes Health Advocates for Older People will continue its series of Reiki classes on Tuesdays, beginning March 29 and concluding April 26, with instructor, Wendy Wade. Reiki promotes healing and relaxation and helps alleviate pain and stress. For more information contact the Health Advocates organization at (212) 980-1700. Free of charge. Tuesdays, March 29, April 5, 12, 19 & 26, 10:30 am-11:30 am
A restless creative spirit brings the need for constant change...(Note: Rescheduled from January 19, 2016) Do not be afraid to change, to move in a new direction, to dare to be different than who you are...the world offers an infinite supply of inspiration! In this interactive workshop, discover the creative and spiritual realm of art. All participants will have individual time with the instructor, artist Jane Smithers, to discover their creative spirit! For more information on Ms. Smithers and her work. http://janesmithers.com/. Suggested donation: $15. Thursday, April 7, 6:30 pm
Wandering in the Land of the Resurrection, The Rev’d. Cn. Ted Copland, April 18-29 Priest-in-Residence, will present a biblical look at some of the classics from the Easter season and how they relate to the world we live in. Can we see any part of the Resurrection in the angry and divided world we live in? Fr. Copland will draw on his years as rector of Episcopal parishes in the US contrasted with his work in Nicaragua and South Africa, and invite you to reflect on your own life in a biblical context. Please visit: www.emcopland.com. Free of charge. Tuesday, April 19, 6:30 pm
Reconstructing One New York City Family’s History in Church Ministries: Interconnections of Faith, Identity and Class Jean Ballard Terepka, historian and archivist at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, NY, will present a illustrated talk and conversation which combines social and church history, genealogy, and newly discovered private memoirs, as well as published family biographies and autobiographies to describe the late 18th to early 20th century ministries of members of the Duryee family, with special focus on Ningpo and Amoy, China and New York City. The material of the talk is based on her book-in-progress. Suggested donation: $15. Tuesday, May 3, 6:30 pm
Fabbri Chamber Concert: American String Quartet The world renowned American String Quartet returns for their ninth season at House of the Redeemer. Program to be announced. A reception with the artists will follow. Tickets are $40 at the door. Advance tickets are $35 ($20 for students). Please call for tickets and series subscriptions. Thursday, May 19, 7:30 pm
Sacred Sites Open House House of the Redeemer will participate in Sacred Sites Open House weekend. Sacred Sites offers the opportunity for New Yorkers to tour the city’s religious sites and also aids in publicizing the programs and services religious institutions offer. For more information about various sites and tours please visit: http://www.nylandmarks.org/events/sacred_sites_open_house/. Free of charge. Sunday, May 22, 2:00 pm-5:00 pm
Garden Party Please join us for our annual festive Garden Party at House of the Redeemer. We welcome our friends and neighbors to enjoy the beauty of the House at a reception with entertainment and, of course, our wonderful live and silent auctions. Invitations will be mailed in the spring. Please contact the House for more details and/or to provide donations for our live or silent auction. Wednesday, June 8, 6:30 pm
Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding Across the world, religious tensions, extremism and fear are becoming daily staples of the human experience. But there are people who battle this phenomenon. This spring, Tanenbaum (Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding) will release the second volume of its ground-breaking Peacemakers in Action. Tanenbaum recognizes the importance of religion and the unique value of religiously motivated individuals who risk their lives in violent conflicts around the world. Peacemakers in Action provides analysis of the field of religious peace building and captivating case studies of the men and women who comprise Tanenbaum’s Peacemakers in Action Network including: Hind Kabawat of Syria; Azar Hussain of Pakistan; the duo of Osnat Aram-Daphna and Najeeba Sirhan of Israel; and Ricardo Esquivia Ballestas of Colombia. The book will be available for sale before and following the presentation. Suggested donation: $15. Wednesday, June 15, 6:30 pm
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