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, The world-renowned American String Quartet returns for their tenth season at House of the Redeemer. Program to be announced. A reception with the artists will follow. General admission. Tickets will be $45 at the door. Advance tickets are $40 ($25 for students with a valid ID). Please call to reserve. Wednesday, May 17, 7:30 pm.
Called to Common Prayer with the Rt. Rev’d. Catherine Roskam, The 1662 Book of Common Prayer was still in use in 1917. Since then there have been two revisions, one in 1928 and in 1979—and one is possibly one planned in the near future. What’s going on? Which is “the real prayer book?” And why does it matter? Come find out with the Rt. Rev’d. Catherine Roskam, May 15-26, Priest-in-Residence, as we explore common prayer as a particularly Anglican treasure. Free of charge. Tuesday, May 23, 6:30 pm.
House Annual Garden Party, Join us for our annual festive Garden Party, where 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 7, 6:30 pm.
Monks and Nuns at the House of the Redeemer with the Rev’d. Dr. Adam McCoy, OHC, The Order of the Holy Cross helped found the House and the Community of St. Mary ran it for many years. The Rev’d. Dr. Adam McCoy, OHC, historian of Anglican monasticism, will trace the influence of Anglican monks and nuns on the House of the Redeemer. Free of charge. Tuesday, June 20, 6:30 pm.
A Tale of Two Houses with Cn. Ted Copland, September 18-29 Priest-in-Residence, Only a few blocks from the House of The Redeemer is 180 East 101st Street. Still a home for immigrants to America, it was the first stop for Elizabeth MacKillop, a child from Edinburgh, during those early years of the 20th century when Edith Shepard Fabbri was about to build the house we enjoy today. We will reflect on how these two homes, and the lives of Edith and Elizabeth, provide snapshots of American life then and now. Free of charge. Thursday, September 28, 6:30 pm.
From Urbino to Manhattan: The Della Rovere Library, In 1607 the last duke of Urbino, Francesco Maria II Della Rovere, built a great library in the ducal summer palace in Urbania to celebrate the birth of a long-awaited heir. The boy grew up to be a monster and died young of debauchery. The duchy passed to the pope after the duke's death in 1631 and the books were swallowed up by Rome as well. Two and half centuries later the magnificent shelving was shipped across the Atlantic by an aesthete-architect, Egisto Fabbri, one of the early collectors of Cézanne, as the jewel decorating one of the loveliest houses of the Upper East Side. Not far away other fragments from the break-up of Urbino - the Studiolo of Gubbio and the Barberini Panels - found a worthy home in the Metropolitan Museum. This is the story of how Manhattan became a safe haven for the wreckage of a splendid Renaissance duchy. Tickets $25. Thursday, October 12, 6:30 pm.
The “Fourth Industrial Revolution” vs. Religion, Those of us 65 years of age and younger find ourselves on the brink of a world vastly – possibly irrevocably – altered from the one we know. Technology, such as IBM’s “Watson,” is increasingly displacing its more error-prone human counterparts. Manufacturing uses 3D printing to create substances ranging from human tissue (Organovo) to architectural elements in Beijing’s high-rises. Conversely, Christian churches in more developed, first world nations are in critical decline; growing numbers of millennials choose “None” to indicate their religious preference. What’s really happening here – and whence cometh our salvation? We invite you to join us in confronting this question. We’ll share our concerns and hopes for a tomorrow that includes a God of unchanging love and compassion for all. Free of Charge. Tuesday, October 17, 6:30 pm.
Finding the Words with Suzanne Martinucci November 2, 6:30 pm.
Requiem Eucharist for Edith Shepard Fabbri with the Rt. Rev. Andrew M. L. Dietsche celebrating, Sunday, December 17, Time TBD.
HOUSE OF THE REDEEMER 7 East 95th Street New York, NY 10128
Phone: (212) 289-0399 Fax: (212) 410-7899