Offering a unique space conducive to spiritual refreshment and meditation, the House of the Redeemer provides the public with the opportunity to worship in a place that is serene and tranquil, allowing those in need of quiet reflection to find spiritual peace. Worship takes place in the chapel, a room which once served as Edith Fabbri’s Drawing Room, and which has its own historical and architectural significance. The chapel is open for prayer and meditation. Every weekday from mid-September to June, a priest-in-residence leads Morning and Evening Prayer.
All are warmly invited to the House for the following continuing Religious Offerings during the season, September through June:
- Morning and Evening Prayer
Monday through Friday, 8 am and 5:30 pm, with Eucharist on Tuesday evening and Thursday morning
- Weekly Bible Study
Wednesdays at 4 pm; Tea at 3:30 pm
- Centering Prayer Meditation Group
Thursdays at noon