Family BBQ
Aug
26
3:00 PM15:00

Family BBQ

All families are invited to join us for a potluck BBQ on Calvary Rooftop.

We'll be serving up our go-to BBQ dishes so all we need is for you to bring your favorite summer side dish or dessert to share with everyone please. We can't wait to enjoy some delicious food and family fun on our breezy rooftop with you! (Sounds, if we may say so ourselves. )

RSVP now - click here to e-mail us you'll be there!

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St. George's Church Historical Tour
Aug
19
11:20 AM11:20

St. George's Church Historical Tour

We will now be offering bi-monthly historical tours following our morning services. The next historical tour of St. George's takes place on August 19th as we explore the history of St. George's Church. We'll also uncover some key ways, the church's history intertwined with NYC history as a whole. Please RSVP to info@calstg.org.

 

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Movie Club: Ghostbusters
Aug
18
7:00 PM19:00

Movie Club: Ghostbusters

Join us on Calvary Rooftop for a screening of the classic film "Ghostbusters." (Not the 2016 drivel of the same name). Doors open at 7pm, and the film will start as soon as the sun sets. Feel free to bring a snack or drink to share. When you arrive buzz "R" at 61 Gramercy Park North, to be let in.

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Calvary Church Historical Tour
Aug
5
12:20 AM00:20

Calvary Church Historical Tour

We will now be offering bi-monthly historical tours following our morning services. The next historical tour of Calvary Church takes place on Aug. 5th. This comprehensive small group tour will focus on Calvary's role in greater NYC history, touch on the formation of AA, and explore our stained glass windows which have been displayed at the Met museum. Please RSVP to info@calstg.org.

 

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St. George's Church Historical Tour
Jul
15
11:15 AM11:15

St. George's Church Historical Tour

We will now be offering bi-monthly historical tours following our morning services. The first Sunday of the month, we'll tour St. George's church, and The 3rd Sunday o the month, Calvary. The next historical tour takes place on July 15th as we explore the history of St. George's Church, with a focus on JP Morgan's Involvement in the Parish. We'll also uncover some key ways, the church's history intertwined with NYC history as a whole. Please RSVP to info@calstg.org.

 

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Movie Club: The Sting
Jun
23
7:00 PM19:00

Movie Club: The Sting

Join us on Calvary Rooftop for a screening of the classic film "The Sting." Doors open at 7pm, and the film will start as soon as the sun sets. Feel free to bring a snack or drink to share. When you arrive buzz "R" at 61 Gramercy Park North, to be let in.

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Book Club: One Hundred Years of Solitude
Jun
19
7:00 PM19:00

Book Club: One Hundred Years of Solitude

 

Our next Book Club get-together is happening on Tuesday, June 19th. Our discussion will revolve around the first novel in our Magical Realism series this summer, One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez.

  • This novel has sold more than 50 million copies in 25 languages since its release in 1967.
  • Márquez won a Nobel Prize for Literature in the 1980s.
  • Some critics argue that this masterpiece mimics the Bible.

BOOK CLUB @ CALSTG

7pm | Tuesday, June 19

209 E. 16th St, New York, NY

For RSVPs, questions, thoughts ... please e-mail Ben at bendehart@gmail.com. Let's get reading and see you at the club!

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St. George's Church Historical Tour
Jun
17
11:15 AM11:15

St. George's Church Historical Tour

We will now be offering bi-monthly historical tours following our morning services. The first Sunday of the month, we'll tour St. George's church, and The 3rd Sunday o the month, Calvary. The next historical tour takes place on July 1st as we explore the history of St. George's Church, with a focus on JP Morgan's Involvement in the Parish. We'll also uncover some key ways, the church's history intertwined with NYC history as a whole. Please RSVP to info@calstg.org.

 

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Family Movie Night: inside Out
Jun
16
6:00 PM18:00

Family Movie Night: inside Out

Join the families of the parish as we gather over popcorn and pizza to watch Disney's Inside Out on the big screen in Anderson Hall. Feel feel to invite you friends and families to this event, even if they're not yet member of the parish. A $20 donation per family is requested to help cover the costs of the food.

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The Fundamentals
Jun
14
6:30 PM18:30

The Fundamentals

A Seven Week Course, Thursday Nights. 

All curious minds are welcome to join us for a session of the FUNDAMENTALS. The course is designed for those seeking truth and meaning in the city of New York and beyond.  The course will include a provocative lecture and discussion. 

Join us to discover a deeper understanding of where you end and God begins. 

Reserve your spot today. info@calstg.org

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The Fundamentals
Jun
7
6:30 PM18:30

The Fundamentals

A Seven Week Course, Thursday Nights. 

All curious minds are welcome to join us for a session of the FUNDAMENTALS. The course is designed for those seeking truth and meaning in the city of New York and beyond.  The course will include a provocative lecture and discussion. 

Join us to discover a deeper understanding of where you end and God begins. 

Reserve your spot today. info@calstg.org

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The Fundamentals
May
31
6:30 PM18:30

The Fundamentals

A Seven Week Course, Thursday Nights. 

All curious minds are welcome to join us for a session of the FUNDAMENTALS. The course is designed for those seeking truth and meaning in the city of New York and beyond.  The course will include a provocative lecture and discussion. 

Join us to discover a deeper understanding of where you end and God begins. 

Reserve your spot today. info@calstg.org

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The Fundamentals
May
24
6:30 PM18:30

The Fundamentals

A Seven Week Course, Thursday Nights. 

All curious minds are welcome to join us for a session of the FUNDAMENTALS. The course is designed for those seeking truth and meaning in the city of New York and beyond.  The course will include a provocative lecture and discussion. 

Join us to discover a deeper understanding of where you end and God begins. 

Reserve your spot today. info@calstg.org

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The Fundamentals
May
17
6:30 PM18:30

The Fundamentals

A Seven Week Course, Thursday Nights. 

All curious minds are welcome to join us for a session of the FUNDAMENTALS. The course is designed for those seeking truth and meaning in the city of New York and beyond.  The course will include a provocative lecture and discussion. 

Join us to discover a deeper understanding of where you end and God begins. 

Reserve your spot today. info@calstg.org

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Book Club: Killers of the Flower Moon
May
15
7:00 PM19:00

Book Club: Killers of the Flower Moon

Our next book club will take place on Tuesday, May 15th at 7pm at St. George’s Pierce House. We will be discussing Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

209 East 16th Street

E-mail Ben at bendehart@gmail.com if you’d like to join and we’ll send you the title of the book we’re currently reading as well as a meet time and place (usually at 7pm on a weekday at 209 East 16th Street).

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May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Safe Families for Children: Volunteer Training

Safe Families for Children

Join us for a training that is required for all volunteers that serve families with Safe Families for Children.
Sat, May 12, 2018 10am – 1pm  Registration is required. If you'd like to sign up, HEAD HERE.

Safe Families creates extended family-like support for families in crisis through a community of compassionate volunteers. We keep children safe and families intact.

We organize vetted and trained volunteers from local churches to offer a broad community of support for families who feel overwhelmed or isolated. Our volunteers seek to empower, encourage, and strengthen families through mutually beneficial relationships. There are a variety of volunteer roles to come alongside families. The roles are flexible and volunteers can offer support according to their skills, interests, and availability.

Volunteer roles:

1. Family Friend- befriends and supports parents and/or their children, by offering services such as babysitting, transportation, mentoring, help connecting with local resources, help with job or housing searches, and other friend-like support.

2. Resource Friend- donates and delivers a variety of items (beds, clothes, diapers, etc.) or volunteer services (medical care, dental care, counseling, etc.) to families.

3. Family Coach- coordinates the team of volunteers, making sure that the parent, child, and Family Friends have the resources needed to thrive.

4. Host Family*- temporarily host the children of families in crisis so that the parent can work towards gaining stability.

*Overnight hosting is temporarily suspended in NYC, however, those who are interested in hosting in the future should come to this introductory training.

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The Fundamentals
May
10
6:30 PM18:30

The Fundamentals

A Seven Week Course, Thursday Nights. 

All curious minds are welcome to join us for a session of the FUNDAMENTALS. The course is designed for those seeking truth and meaning in the city of New York and beyond.  The course will include a provocative lecture and discussion. 

Join us to discover a deeper understanding of where you end and God begins. 

Reserve your spot today. info@calstg.org

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Calvary Concert: Bach's Ascension Cantata
May
9
8:00 PM20:00

Calvary Concert: Bach's Ascension Cantata

The Calvary Choir teams up with The Academy of Sacred Drama for a presentation of J. S. Bach's landmark work: The Ascension Cantata. Tickets for this concert are $15 and can be purchased here

Kamel Boutros & Jeremy Rhizor
The Academy of Sacred Drama
with: Laura Jobin-Acosta, Alexa Jarvis, Ben Kaufmann, Aiden Schultz-Mayer, & Rocky Sellers. 

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St. George's Day
May
6
11:00 AM11:00

St. George's Day

ST. GEORGE’S DAY There will be one service only on Sunday, May 6th in observance of St. George’s Day! The service will be held at St. George’s Church (7 Rutherford Pl.) at 11am. Food and celebration to follow outside on Rutherford Pl. See you there!

The potluck BBQ, wont come together without you. The church will provide Hotdogs, sodas, condiments, parishioners can bring contributions based on the irst letter of their last name. 
A-H Salad/Side
I-P Chip/Dip,etc.
Q-Z Dessert

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The Fundamentals: Kickoff Session!
May
3
6:30 PM18:30

The Fundamentals: Kickoff Session!

A Seven Week Course, Thursday Nights. 

All curious minds are welcome to join us for a session of the FUNDAMENTALS. The course is designed for those seeking truth and meaning in the city of New York and beyond.  The course will include a provocative lecture and discussion. 

Join us to discover a deeper understanding of where you end and God begins. 

Reserve your spot today. info@calstg.org

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The Olmsted Salon: Inherit the Wind
Apr
28
8:00 PM20:00

The Olmsted Salon: Inherit the Wind

Sea Dog Theater in assoc. with Olmsted Salon presents
Inherit the Wind by Lawrence and Lee

Tickets $25: Wine & Refreshments included, DISCOUNT: $5 off ticket price with code: MBIRD

SEA DOG THEATER produces new and established work that addresses questions of alienation and reconciliation. We believe that great theater offers us opportunities in paying attention and cultivating compassion. With an emphasis on hospitality, our mission is to build a community of artists and theater-goers that join in the conversation of how reconciliation can take place in our daily lives. We are in residency at Olmsted Salon, a program of Calvary/St. George’s Church in Manhattan, sponsored by the Gramercy Park Block Association. www.seadogtheater.org @seadogtheater

INHERIT THE WIND This courtroom drama is based on the 1925 Scopes "Monkey Trial," in which a Tennessee teacher was charged with teaching that man evolved from apes, instead of state-mandated Creationism. The drama contains a powerful confrontation between a character based on William Jennings Bryan, who believes only what he reads in the Bible, and another based on Clarence Darrow, who defends science and open intellectual inquiry.

DIRECTED BY: Dan Foster
FEATURING: Tony Award-winning Len Cariou and Obie & Drama Desk Award-Winning Jay O. Sanders
WITH: Eric Sheffer Stevens, Shaun Bennet Fauntleroy, Dan Kublick, Rachel Murdy, Brigitte Choura, Jenn Miller Cribbs, Michael Castillejos, Anthony Platipodis, Connor Coughlin, Dorea Slagle, Matt Love, Devin Burnam and Janice Amaya.

For more information: www.seadogtheater.org

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Mockingbird Conference 2018
Apr
26
to Apr 28

Mockingbird Conference 2018

No matter where you turn today, grace seems to be in short supply, not just on our social media feeds but in our churches, offices, even our homes. Join us for a few days this Spring as we take a breather and explore some of the ties that bind—and those that heal, too.

For tickets and additional info, head here

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25TH (PRE-CONFERENCE)

7pm-ish — Special outing to Babette’s Feast, a new play based on the short story by Isak Dinesen, followed by a Q&A with the production’s developers. Click here to read more about the amazing source material, and here for a review of this exciting new production. Tickets are limited so email info@mbird.com today to reserve yours.

THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH

5:30pm  —  Registration
7:00pm  —  Opening Devotion and Worship – Sarah Condon
7:30pm  —  RJ Heijmen
8:00pm  —  Dinner (catered by The Pixie and the Scout)

FRIDAY, APRIL 27TH

8:00am – Coffee and Registration
9:00am – Opening Devotion by Sarah Condon
9:15am – Morning Talks

  • Chad Bird
  • Jamin Warren

10:30 – Coffee Break
10:45 – Breakouts A

  • “I’m New Here! What’s Going On?” – Aaron Zimmerman
  • Alissa Wilkinson
  • “Grace for Those with Father Issues (AKA, Grace for Those with a Pulse)” – Dave Johnson
  • ” Not Weak on Sanctification: Christians Grow in Reverse” – Nick Lannon
  • Ethan Richardson

11:45am – Lunch
1:00pm – Jason Micheli in conversation with Fleming Rutledge
2:00pm – Breakouts B

  • Dorsey McConnell
  • Carrie Willard
  • “Weeds, Wheat and Stubborn Grace” – Daniel Emery Price
  • CJ Green

3:00pm – Breakouts C

  • Duo Dickinson
  • “Reading from Phases” – Mischa Willett
  • “It is Good: Waiting for our New Creation” – Laurel Marr
  • Adam Morton

5:30pm – Drinks with Paul Zahl
6:30pm – Alan Jacobs speaks
7:30pm – Dinner catered by The Pixie and the Scout

SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH

8:15am  —  Coffee
9:00am  —  Devotion by Sarah Condon
9:10am —  Morning Talks

  • Tim Blackmon
  • Charlotte Getz and Stephanie Phillips

10:45am  —  David Zahl speaks
12:15pm  —  Book table closes

SUNDAY, APRIL 29TH (POST-CONFERENCE)

11:00am — Jacob Smith preaches at Calvary Episcopal Church

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The Rector's Bible Study
Apr
25
12:10 PM12:10

The Rector's Bible Study

Join the Reverend Jacob Smith for this midweek bible study at Calvary Church in Anderson Hall  (61 Gramercy Park North).

The Rector's Brown Bag Bible Study will be on Wednesdays at 12:10 p.m. beginning September 20.  This semester our series is entitled "10 Weeks in Genesis".  

For more information, email us at info@calstg.org

April 25th  The Sons of Jacob: God at work in disfunction.  (Genesis 29-30, 34-35, 38-39, 48-49)

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The Olmsted Salon: Jazz In The Cave
Apr
13
7:30 PM19:30

The Olmsted Salon: Jazz In The Cave

Xiomara Laugart & Jonathan Ragonese, Añorado Encuentro

NYC-based Cuban vocalist, Xiomara Laugart, joins composer and arranger Jonathan Ragonese, for a long awaited musical offering. An evening of sultry traditional music backed by a string orchestra, her son, Axel Laugart, and special guests. Sets at 7:30pm and 9:30pm

Buy Tickets HERE

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