Wednesday, September 28, 2016


Evening Prayer 6:00 PM


Thursday, September 29, 2016


Morning Prayer 8:30 AM


Noonday Prayer 12:00 PM

Mass 12:10 PM

Homily by the Reverend Stephen Gerth


Sung Mass 6:00 PM

Sermon by the Reverend Dr. James C. Pace






Saturday, October 1, 2016


Evening Prayer 5:00 PM

Sunday Vigil Mass 5:20 PM

Sermon by the Reverend Stephen Gerth


Sunday, October 2, 2016


The Fall, Winter, and Spring

Sunday Schedule begins today.


Sung Matins 8:30 AM


Mass 9:00 AM

Sermon by the Reverend James Ross Smith


Mass 10:00 AM

Sermon by the Reverend Stephen Gerth


Solemn Mass 11:00 AM

Sermon by the Reverend Stephen Gerth

Missa secunda—Hassler (1564–1612)

O Lord, increase my faith

—Loosemore (c.1600–1670)


Solemn Evensong & Benediction 5:00 PM

Sermon by the Reverend Dr. James C Pace

‘Short’ Evening Service (Dorian Mode)

—Tallis (c. 1505–1585)

God, which hast prepared

—Mudd (c.1559–c. 1619)



Saint Mary’s is open

and the regular services of the Church

from The Book of Common Prayer

are offered daily.


Please see the parish calendar

for the schedule of services.


Saint Mary's Times Square:
Welcome and Worship

Saint Mary's was founded in 1868 to be the Episcopal parish church for the new residential neighborhood, then called Longacre Square, here in midtown Manhattan. Our doors have been open daily for welcome and worship since December 8, 1870. All are welcome. Our members and friends now live both near and far from Times Square. We invite you to join us.




The Angelus

Volume 18, Number 44,
September 11, 2016


In my seminary years we learned that the sharp division between the Christian and Jewish communities, as reflected in most of the New Testament, arose after the Great Jewish Revolt (AD 66–70). It seems that for some time scholars have placed the hardening of this division toward the end of the period called “Late Antiquity,” AD 200–700 (C. E. Fonrobert, “Judaizers, Jewish Christians, and Others,” The Jewish Annotated New Testament [2011], 555). So I wasn’t surprised to find, at the beginning of Through the Eye of a Needle: Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the Making of Christianity in the West, 350–550 AD (2012) by Peter Brown, that Professor Brown writes about commonalities in the earlier part of this period. Read More
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