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A Tale of Two Houses with the Rev'd. Cn. Ted Copland September 18-29 Priest-in-Residence, Only a few blocks from the House of The Redeemer is 180 East 101st Street. Once 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. Join Cn. Ted Copland in reflecting on how these two homes, and the lives of Edith and Elizabeth, provide snapshots of American life, both 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 his 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 Library's magnificent shelving was shipped across the Atlantic by an aesthete-architect, Egisto Fabbri, one of the early collectors of Cezanne, for the Fabbri Mansion, 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. Join Joseph Connors, author and Professor of History of Art, Architecture and Renaissance at Harvard University, as he explores this story of how Manhattan became a safe haven for the wreckage of a splendid Renaissance duchy. Tickets: $25. Thursday, October 12, 6:30 pm.

Reiki Classes, Health Advocates for Older People will continue its series of Reiki classes on Tuesdays, with instructor Wendy Wade, beginning October 17 and concluding November 14. Reiki promotes healing and relaxation and helps alleviate pain and stress. For more information contact the Health Advocates organization at (212) 980-1700. Free of charge. Tuesdays, October 17, 24, 31, November 7, 14, 10:30 am-11:30 am.

The "Fourth Industrial Revolution" vs. Religion, Those of us a certain age find ourselves on the brink of a world vastly-possibly irrevocably-altered from the one we know. Technology 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? The Rev'd. Cn. John F. Rice, D. Min., October Priest-in-Residence, will confront these questions and share 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.

The Fabbri Chamber Concert Series will begin with Kate Maroney, mezzo-soprano, Nils Neubert, tenor and Yuri Kim, piano. 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. Thursday, October 19, 7:30 pm.

Finding the Words with Suzanne Martinucci will take a look at writing in the fields of publishing, entertainment, advertising, and legislation circa 1916-1917. Who was writing? What were they writing? Who were these writers trying to reach -- and why? Ms. Martinucci, who has spoken at the House previously on cultural and operatic subjects, will attempt to explore the power of prose in the days long before acronyms, bloggers, and tweets. Tickets: $25. Thursday, November 2, at 6:30 pm.

Missionary Life in Tanzania 1876-1961, The Rev'd. Cn. Sandra McCann, MD, November Priest-in-Residence, and her husband, Martin McCann, MD, spent twelve years in Africa as missionaries of the Episcopal Church. They will discuss the history of exploration in Africa, with an emphasis on missionary movements in central Tanganyika with the Church Missionary Societies of England and Australia. Free of charge. Tuesday, November 7, 6:30 pm.

Remembrance Service, On November 14, we will be celebrating a Eucharist in memory of those who have supported the House over the years. Anyone wishing to memorialize a family member or friend is invited to contact the House office at info@houseoftheredeemer.org or (212) 289-0399. Tuesday, November 14, 5:30 pm

House Advent Retreat with the Rev. Cathy George, The House's Annual Advent Retreat will be held in conjunction with Church of the Heavenly Rest. The Rev'd. Dr. Cathy George, Associate Dean of Berkeley Divinity School and author of The Stillness we Seek: Daily Devotions for Advent, will focus the retreat on finding stillness in a busy season. Lunch provided. Reservations required as space is limited. Fee: $25. (Scholarship opportunities available for CHR parishioners. Contact Tuesday Rupp at TRupp@heavenlyrest.org) Saturday, December 9, 10:00 am-3:00 pm.

House Holiday Party, Anthony Newfield, Broadway performer and artistic director of I Fabbristi, will continue the House tradition of a holiday reading followed by caroling and a festive reception. Suggested donation: $20. Monday, December 11, 6:30 pm.

Time to Remember; A Eucharist, The House will conduct its annual Requiem Eucharist for Edith Shepard Fabbri, and will also mark the 60th anniversary of the passing of Sister Celestine, C.S.M., who served here as Mother Superior General from 1949 to 1955. The Rt. Rev'd. Andrew M. L. Dietsche will officiate. Refreshments to follow. Sunday, December 17, 4:00 pm.

A Celebration of Piano Music with Reed Tetzloff, The American pianist, Reed Tetzloff, has been heard on three continents, at venues such as Alice Tully Hall and Merkin Hall in NY, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, and the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth and Flagey in Brussels, among others. He has won prizes from the following international competitions: Beijing International Music Festival and Academy, Cincinnati World Piano Competition, Cleveland International Piano Competition, Schimmel, and the Tbilisi International Piano Competition. He earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees at Mannes College, studying with Pavlina Dokovska. For more information on Mr. Tetzloff visit: www.reedtetzloff.com. Mr. Tetzloff's performance will feature pieces that correlate and celebrate the conclusion of our 100-year anniversary. Wine and cheese reception to follow. Tickets $30. Thursday, January, 18 7:00 pm.

HOUSE OF THE REDEEMER 7 East 95th Street New York, NY 10128
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