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 Ballroom, 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:

  • 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