The Church of St. Luke in the Fields is a lively, inclusive parish located in the heart of New York City's Greenwich Village. An Episcopal Church, and part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. We are grounded in the rich Anglo-Catholic liturgical and musical tradition. We reflect the variety of peoples in our world: different genders, sexual orientations, all forms of families, all abilities and special needs, in every socio-economic grouping, and from many cultures – all one in the body of Christ. We believe that as members of the Body of Christ, we are called to ministries of worship, formation, hospitality and witness.
"Conversations That Matter" | Income Inequality in NYC | Saturday, Feb. 6th - 10am to 1pm
In New York City (and the U.S.) the gap between the rich and everyone else, has been growing alarmingly, by every major statistical measure, for some 30 years. What's Going on in our city?
How did the extreme inequality we find today happen? What are the implications of such dramatic economic inequality? Will these trends undermine the integrity of our democracy? What, as caring citizens, can we do?
Join us for a conversation with: Daniel Hernandez, Deputy Commissioner of the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, Benjamin Dulchin, Executive Director of the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development; Andrew Leonard, The Children’s Defense Fund New York; Maya Bhardwaj, Economic Dignity Organizer Faith in New York and Rabbi Michael Feinberg the Executive Director of The Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition.
A light lunch is available with registration - Please register!
After years of heated debate over homosexuality, same-sex marriage and the role of women in the church - the Anglican Communion announced Thursday that it would suspend its U.S. branch for three years from key voting positions
The Building Project at St. Luke's
The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields formally signed a ground lease with builders, Toll Brothers. Plans now move forward for a residential building with inclusive 20% affordable housing units. The residential building project is the first of several strategic initiatives to preserve the historic block and to keep St. Luke Gardens, a much-loved oasis for the neighborhood, maintained and open for the public.
For more information and news on St. Luke's building project click HERE
Sunday Worship Schedule
8:00 am Said Eucharist, Rite I
9:15 am Sung Eucharist, Rite II
11:15 am Choral Eucharist, Rite II
12:45 am Healing Service
Said Eucharist, Rite II
Mon-Sat: 8am to Dusk
Sunday: 8am to 5pm
The Garden is closed on holidays.