Chapel Schedule - Week starting Sunday, Feb 23

DSC9161.jpg

Sunday, 23 February

  • 5:30 pm Evening Prayer, Rite II

Monday, 24 February

  • 10:00 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II
  • 5:30 pm Evensong, Rite I

Tuesday, 25 February

  • 10:00 am Morning Prayer (Sung), Rite II
  • 5:30 pm Evening Prayer, Rite I
  • 6:00 pm Holy Eucharist, Rite II Preacher: Dr. Deirdre Good Academic Dean and Professor of New Testament, General Theological Seminary

Wednesday, 25 February

  • 10:00 am Morning Prayer (Sung), Rite II
  • 5:30 pm Evensong, Rite I

Thursday, 26 February

  • 10:00 am Holy Eucharist Preacher: The Rev. Winnie Varghese, Rector, St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery, Diocese of New York (see bio below)
  • 5:30 pm Evensong, Rite I

Friday, 27 February

  • 10:00 am Morning Prayer, Rite II
  • 5:30 pm Evensong, Rite I

Saturday, 28 February

  • 10:00 am Morning Prayer, Rite II
  • 5:30 pm Evening Prayer, Rite II

 

About this week's guest preacher:

The Rev. Winnie Varghese is the 13th Rector of St. Mark's Church in the Bowery, the oldest site of continuous worship in New York. St. Mark's is an diverse, energetic, growing congregation in a site on the National Register, partnering with critically acclaimed resident arts partners: Danspace, The Poetry Project and Incubator Theatre to engage the community 7 days a week. Winnie edited the recently released What Shall We Become: the Future and Structure of The Episcopal Church. Winnie has been featured in the teaching series: Living The Questions 2 and Via Media, and has written for The Witness, Episcopal Life, the Huffington Post and The Episcopal Journal. She has served on The Executive Council of The Episcopal Church, The board of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship, the Alumni Council of Union Theological Seminary, and The Episcopal Evangelical Education Society. She is a trustee of the Episcopal Divinity School and chairs the board of The Episcopal Service Corps. From 2003-2009 Winnie was the Episcopal Chaplain at Columbia University. She is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, B.A. '94 and Union Theological Seminary, M.Div., '99.