Welcome to Chelsea Community Church!
We are an inclusive, independent, lay-led and non-denominational Christian community; we invite you to read our brief mission statement . We also invite you to visit our meditation space here. Our congregation meets weekly, Sundays at 12 p.m., except for the month of August through Labor Day, at 346 West 20th St., New York, between 8th and 9th Avenues, where we are fortunate to be able to share the beautiful space of historic St. Peter’s Church in Chelsea.
Sunday, May 31: Rev. Jose M. Roman (Christian Contemplative) was ordained into interfaith ministry in 2014 at One Spirit Interfaith Seminary, of which he is a graduate. Currently enrolled at New York Theological Seminary, he expects to receive a D.Min. degree in 2016. He also holds a J.D. degree from New York University School of Law and an M.A. in economics from City University of New York. An assistant vice president at New York University, he is the senior executive of sponsored programs administration. Rev. Roman is one of the candidates for the position of CCC’s pastoral counselor.
Since our founding we have been blessed with a number of extraordinary music directors. Approximately twice monthly we also enjoy the work of gifted musicians in our program of special music, now funded by a legacy from former music director John Eggleston. We are pleased to have the weekly services of Jeff Cubeta, above, as our CCC music director. He holds a B.S. in music education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is also a songwriter and works as a pianist/musical director in the concert/cabaret world. Read More…
The Reading Group meets most Sundays at 10:30 a.m. in the Rectory Chapel. We have finished reading C. S. Lewis’s classic Mere Christianity and are beginning with Simple Gifts: One Man’s Search for Grace by Bill Henderson. All are welcome! For more information, contact email@example.com.
Communion & Coffee Hour
We celebratecommunion each Sunday for all who wish to participate, immediately following the worship service. We use juice rather than wine. We have a coffee hour each Sunday in the rectory, also immediately following the service. The garden is welcoming us for the warmer seasons; we particularly enjoy the coffee hours we can spend both inside and out.
May 31: Rev. Clyde Kuemmerle, speaker.
Saturday, May 30: Mozart Requiem to benefit earthquake victims in Nepal. For further information, tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/mozart-requiem-for-nepal-proceeds-will-benefit-the-america-nepal-friendship-society-earthquake-tickets-16999226143
Thursday, June 11: Hymn Sing, 6 p.m., call for more information.
The Summer Newsletter (June-August) will be available in a few days. If you don’t already receive our quarterly newsletter via e-mail or postal mail, please let us know if you would like to be on the list for either form of distribution.
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