Today's #WindowWednesday features the actor Henry J. Montague, the founder of the Lambs Club.
Happy Fourth of July! Today's #WindowWednesday features some American history. Edwin Booth - John Wilkes Booth's brother - was a famous actor and founded the Players Club. In his memory, his fellow club members gave this stained glass window, featuring Booth in the role of Hamlet. 📸: Corey Schneider
We are so proud of our chorister Devin! check out his featured article in the Daily News by following the link in the bio! 🎤🇺🇸🎆
Our Swing Low, Sweet Chariot window is a memorial to George (a former slave) and Elizabeth (a free woman) Wilson who worked for our founding rector Dr. Houghton for 30 years after the draft riots. It depicts the baptism of St. Phillip and the Ethopian Eunuch. #WindowWednesday
Group shot of our 2018 Pride Marchers! ❤💛💚💙💜 #loveislove #allarewelcome
The stained glass windows on the north wall of our Holy Family chapel depict some scenes of Jesus' life such as the Nativity, Jesus as a boy in the temple, John Baptizing Jesus, and Jesus in Gethsemane. #WindowWednesday
As you enter our St. Joseph of Arimathea Chapel, to your right you will find a window depicting the miracle of Lazarus being raised from the dead. #WindowWednesday
🏳️🌈 Pride Sunday will be here before we know it! All are invited to join us at our 11 AM mass on June 24 for a special blessing over the @nycpride march. Then, we will meet up at 2 PM in the garden before heading to to the march. We hope to see you there! 🏳️🌈
Our John Drew window features St. John the Beloved Disciple. This window was given in memory of the American Actor by his daughter. #WindowWednesday
We are just one week away from our end of the year concert featuring our choirs! Tickets can be purchased at the door!
Our Joseph W. Drexel memorial window features King David dictating to a scribe, next to an angel holding the ten commandments. Below the picture, Psalm 43:4 is quoted. Yea, upon the harp will I praise thee, O God, my God. #WindowWednesday
The Brides' Altar got its name because funds from all the weddings performed here substantially financed the altar. The altar is distinguished by a brilliantly colored triptych entitled The Betrothal of the Blessed Virgin and St. Joseph. Over the years, thousands of couples have been married here. Even today, some couples still choose to get married in front of our Brides' Altar!