St. Augustine of Hippo

Episcopal Church


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290 Henry Street / New York City 10002 / Phone: (212) 673-5300 / FAX: (212) 673- 5201 /

We invite you to worship with us online as we celebrate
The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

July 12, 2020

 10:30 AM

Join us to hear the full sermon
“The Soil, The Seed, and The Sower”

(Matthew 13:1 – 9,18 – 23)

The Rev. Nathanael Saint-Pierre
Rector, St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church Manhattan

Sunday Bulletin

Lectionary Readings for July 12

The service will be live-streamed on 
St. Augustine’s Facebook page

You can also call (212) 673-5300 to listen to the service for free or 
dial (515) 604-9040 Access Code 122075# 
(some carriers may charge 1 cent/minute for this call)
The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost


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Worship Schedule

in the Parish Hall

(Limited to 50 people)

St. Augustine's plans to resume in-person worship services on Sunday, July 12th.


10:30 AM

Services are also live-streamed on

St. Augustine’s Facebook page


  1. 9 PM   Phone Line Prayer



St. Augustine's plans to resume in-person worship services on Sunday, July 12th. We have started to receive the required items ordered to safely admit you for worship and we hope to be ready by July 12. I thank deeply those who have already registered and informed me of their desire to attend. Our summer services will be held in the Parish Hall which limits us to 50 people. I strongly recommend that you let me know by Friday to register for the upcoming Sunday service. I can be reached on my phone at (917) 232-9583.


We will maintain physical distancing. People who live in the same home may sit together, but beyond that, everyone must be six feet away from everyone else.  Everyone must be masked, and hand sanitizer will be readily available and freely used. (Please see Bishop Andy’s letter in the Bulletin).