Canterbury Downtown

Saints and Savories and more!

Did you know that Chaplain Mary Cat is also a regular celebrant at the 6:15 p.m. service

at St. John’s in the Village?

This would be a good week to come check it out!

Friday, September 21 

The Feast of Saint Matthew

 

6:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist

6:45 p.m. Conversation and Crudités

 

 

Location: at St. John’s in the Village : Waverly Place and W. 11th Street, (One block West of Seventh Avenue)

Start autumn off right with this invitation to connect with 20’s and 30’s folks from the New York City area.  Find out more about upcoming events this fall and how you can get connected through the Episcopal Diocese of New York Young Adult Network.

RSVP on Facebook or just come on over and come in!

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Remember our blog?

 canterburynyc.wordpress.com

 Take a peek at some recent sermons, and previous posts with reflections by members of the community.

Submit something for the blog: reflections on the Gospel, concerns for the world, questions of life and God, poetry, short stories… What would you like to share with the Canterbury community? Send it here.

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One last thing…

Looking for a movie night that’s a thought-provoking conversation starter?

Check out Hellbound, a documentary premiering in the Village on Friday, September 21.

A variety of religious leaders across the spectrum discuss the question of the threat of hell, it’s relevance, and what religion looks like with and without it.

2 locations in NYC–Cinema Village in Greenwich Village and the AMC Empire 25 in Times Square.

Showtimes and tickets for AMC Empire.

Showtimes and tickets for Cinema Village.

 Film creators: Frank Schaeffer, Michael Hardin and Kevin Miller will be doing Q&A following the 7:10pm showing at Cinema Village on Sept. 21.

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