Join us tonight as we celebrate the resurrection! Easter Eucharist at Grace Church at 6 PM followed by dinner at Brother Jimmy’s barbecue near Union Square. Click here for more information.
Holy Walk, Holy Week Holy Week brings us to the culmination of not only the season of Lent, but our Christian story as a people drawn together as followers of Christ, broken, repentant, reconciled to God in Christ and renewed by remembering his death, proclaiming his resurrection and awaiting his coming again in glory. Join with Christians around the […]
Ash Wednesday On this day, Christians are invited into a 40 day season of penitence and fasting, a time of study and reflection, a time of leaving things behind and taking on new challenges… Have you experienced a faith practice? Have you missed a tradition you were raised with? Have you wondered if you can […]
Throughout 2016-2017 we’ll connect with our Lutheran companions for opportunities to grow in spiritual conversation and service learning collaborative projects. Table Talk this Sunday: Immigration and Sanctuary Since January, the federal government’s aggressive enforcement of immigration laws has created anguish and fear among immigrant communities. How do the words of Scripture, and our relationships as […]
Canterbury Downtown is partnering with Trinity Church Wall Street’s Brown Bag Lunch Ministry. On the second Saturday of the month, students from campuses around the city gather at 12 noon to distribute brown bag lunches. Student lunch and conversation follows. To RSVP or for more information email Kyle Folk-Freund Upcoming dates: February 11, March 11, April 8, May […]
What do we do at Canterbury Downtown? Weekly Gathering Sundays @ 6 Communion & dinner at Grace Church Students from campuses around the city eat and talk and pray. We: Engage questions of faith, life and self in community; Sing, pray, rest, and grow in spiritual practice; Act in response to need that surround us. Click here […]
We pray for our nation and its leaders. Let us put our words into action. Join us as we follow our Christian mandate to advocate for justice and speak up for the voiceless. Join Canterbury Downtown and The Vine NYC as we travel to our nation’s capitol to speak with our elected officials about the issues that matter […]
Lessons and Carols and Dinner! Join us this Sunday for Holy Eucharist at 6 pm with Chaplain Mary Cat preaching, followed by a festive dinner with scripture and carols interspersed! RSVP here on Facebook. The season of Advent in the Church calendar year marks the beginning of a season of preparation for the birth […]
Our newest Assisting Bishop in the Diocese of New York will be a guest speaker at the LGBTQ Center for a Quench lunch on Tuesday, December 6! Join us! Non-NYU students who would like to attend, please contact Chaplain Mary Cat or another NYU student to be signed in as a guest.
Companions Moving Forward If you want to help those who are living in fear after the Presidential Election (or if you are living in fear yourself) but are struggling to find a way to do so, consider wearing a safety pin as a symbol of your solidarity. While you’re at it, wear the pins of […]