Sacred. Rooted. Spirited. Sacramental.
The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus are at the heart of our community’s worship. We draw upon our rich liturgical tradition as we seek to engage the mind, body, and soul in celebrating what God has done for us in Christ. Our morning and evening services are rooted in the sacraments and, as such, are sacred gatherings. They’re also joyful, thought-provoking, and a little bit funky.
There’s a seat for you this Sunday, regardless of your age, race, job, or where you may sleep tonight and we look forward to warmly welcoming you into our community.
Our morning service combines the Episcopal liturgy with a mix of traditional, contemporary, and folk-style music. The liturgy allows us to participate in the Divine Drama as we remember the ancient story of God’s redemption and how it remains relevant to us today. We remember the “once for all” work of Christ and the on-going process of sanctification as he continues to remake and refine us into his image.
Sunday Evening Worship
5:00pm – Second Floor Sanctuary
Our 5pm gospel and jazz-oriented worship service is inter-racial, inter-generational, and socio-economically diverse. Following the service, a hot meal brings together the homed and homeless as we break bread in a beautiful and hospitable atmosphere. We consider this meal an extension of our evening worship as we feast with gratitude and thanksgiving and get to know each other as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Directions to All Angels'
(between Broadway and West End Avenue)
Take the 1 train to 79th Street Station. Walk north on Broadway towards Zabar’s. Make a left on W. 80th Street in the opposite direction of traffic. All Angels’ Church is halfway down the block on the north side of the street.
Take the B or C to 81st Street/Museum of Natural History Station. Walk west on 81st Street, away from the park. Walk 3 blocks and make a left on Broadway. Walk one block south. Make right on 80th Street.