About the Church
We are an episcopal church, founded in 1844, with a diverse and growing membership.
We are an inclusive faith tradition and welcome people from all backgrounds.
We run an active meal outreach and social services operation.
We are devoted to social justice and equity.
We embrace the traditions of our faith while making them relevant in an ever-changing modern world.
Adopted June 20, 2019
Sustained by God’s love, we welcome all.
Nourished by Christ’s compassion, we feed the hungry, work for justice, and care for one another.
Enlivened by the Holy Spirit, we celebrate sacred mystery through prayer, worship, and music.
THE LATEST — CLERGY PULPIT POSTS
Weekly posts from our clergy, expanding on the liturgical topic of focus from the week’s Sunday services.
Music at Holy Apostles
Music is a vital aspect of the experience at the Church of Holy Apostles, immersing visitors in the moment and helping them connect with each other in an atmosphere imbued with the Holy Spirit
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CLERGY, STAFF AND VESTRY
THE REVEREND DR. ANNA S. PEARSON
RECTOR & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Mother Anna joined Holy Apostles as Rector of the Church and Executive Director of the Soup Kitchen in 2018.
THE REVEREND SUSAN E. HILL
Mother Susan has served as Associate Rector since 2013.
THE REVEREND ROBERT A. JACOB
Deacon Bob is a member of various committees within the diocese and devotes a portion of his time to civic duties.
Dr. John A. Wolfe
Director of music
Dr. John A. Wolfe serves as Organist and Music Director at the Church of the Holy Apostles in Manhattan.
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