Neighborhood houses of worship, museums, educational and cultural institutions
Friday, May 15, 2020
Check their websites for updates.
Houses of worship
The Armenian Evangelical Church of New York AECNYC.org. has not been meeting at their physical church location, due to covid-19. But the Church, being made up of their body of believers, has been meeting virtually for Sunday Worship Service and Bible Study. You can join them virtually at aecnyc.org/events to view their calendar of events. Join their email list for weekly updates at aecnyc.org/emaillist. They pray against this virus and for your protection, in Jesus’ name, amen. Contact the Church office: phone 212-685-3177, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Church of the Covenant, covenantchurchnyc.com, Rev. Cornell Edmonds, Church of the Covenant, shares an encouraging video (1.26 minutes), youtu.be/E3i0eE3nxbc. Join their virtual Sunday services by Zoom. Contact them to be put on the email list covenantchurchnyc.com/contact.
Community Church. All in-person events are cancelled until further notice, including the free AARP Tax Prep assistance program. CCNY will be offering Zoom virtual check-ins for families with children, where kids will have the space they need to talk about whatever is important for them during this time. All are welcome to join! Calendar: ccny.org/calendar.
Church of the Incarnation churchoftheincarnation.org. All in-person worship is suspended. See their News & Events page churchoftheincarnation.org/news-events for information about joining in worship virtually.
Metropolitan Synagogue. The April 3 concert to celebrate their 60th Anniversary is postponed. Their message: "We wish to express our empathy, and that we share the pain for the victims and pray for the healing of the sick, wherever in the world this disease known as coronavirus has manifested itself and will strike next. And may God ‘s mercy be upon us and heal all mortal beings."
The New York Peace Institute is offering free telephone-based mediation and conflict coaching services to those experiencing conflict in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Visit nypeace.org/new-york-peace-institute-response-to-covid-19/ for more information.
Cultural & educational institutions
The Churchill School and Center. From Monday, March 23 to Friday, April 17 the school will be physically closed due to the NYC response to the coronavirus. During the temporary closure, the school will be in session through distance learning from Wednesday, March 25 to Friday, April 17. The School will assess the situation to determine whether School will reopen on Monday, April 20.
The Henry George School of Social Science is moving all their courses and events online. View their classes hgsss.org/courses They look forward to seeing you back at the school again soon. Stay healthy!
The Morgan Library will be closed until at least April 30. All events and programs have been cancelled during this time. Refunds will be provided automatically.
Scandinavia House is closed until at least April 15.