Christ Episcopal Church and San Marcos
Tarrytown, NY

This Week's Schedule and Upcoming Events
For week ending Sunday, 24 Jan 2021
Third Sunday after the Epiphany

Our building is closed, but the church is open.
Follow us on Zoom and Facebook live.

Re-opening for ‘in-person’ services is reviewed at each monthly vestry meeting..
Please feel free to contact any of the vestry members to let them know your thoughts on ‘re-opening’.

This Week's Activities
Available on Christ Church 'zoom'

All services and events below can be accessed on zoom here: zoom
Or use our ID# 914 631 2074 and the password is 319238
For phone connection only, dial + 1 929-205-6099 with ID and PW as above.

Or can be watched on our facebook page. (Facebook link is Here)

9:00 am
Morning Prayers all week.
9:00 pm
7:30 pm
No habrá Oficio de Completas esta semana.
2:00 pm
Knitting/Making on Zoom
Choir Rehearsal and Recording
Led by Wil Dannenberg. (Jamulus not zoom)
7:30 pm
Variety Show
Please join us for a fun gathering. You know CCSM - can't resist a get-together. See you there!
Organized by Lynn Viggiano
10:00 am
Worship service in English
with Fr Matt.
11:00 am
of Christ Church and San Marcos
12:30 pm
Servicio de adoración
con Padre Mateo


Jan 27
7:30 pm
REPAIR Meeting - Police Reform
You'll hear from a distinguished panel of local experts and get to offer your thoughts and questions about police reform.
Join Zoom Meeting
Click Here for zoom mtg
Meeting ID: 822 4756 9638
Passcode: 473696
For more info:
Jan 30
11:00 am
Book Club Discussion, Usual zoom.
Their Eyes Were Watching God
Zora Neale Hurston

A PBS Top 100 Pick
What I Learned About LOVE from Rereading “Their Eyes Were Watching God” Here.

Zora Neale Hurston was a novelist, folklorist, and anthropologist whose fictional and factual accounts of black heritage remain unparalleled. First published 83 years ago, it has long been considered a classic. THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD is about the fiercely independent Janie Crawford, and her evolving selfhood through three marriages and a life marked by poverty, trials, and purpose. A classic that is said to belong in the same category with William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Ernest Hemingway—wow!
Nancy, Trish and Vonnie
Jan 31
7:00 pm
Candlelight Evensong