Now that states are beginning to re-open, we are gathering data from the CDC, the governor's and mayor's offices, our bishop's office and other synods, in order to determine a timetable, safe practices, and cleaning procedures for re-opening GA. The building remains closed; however the 're-opening the building task force' is planning on a January re-opening and evaluates this every 2 weeks.
Each Sunday, for GA’s zoom worship, we welcome participants, family, friends, and GA folks from all over the country and even beyond the US. We gather to worship our God, to hear the Good News, to pray together, to comfort one another, to be uplifted and encouraged and challenged by the presence of God’s Holy Spirit with us.
As worship nourishes and sustains us we want to offer that opportunity to an ever-widening community and so we invite you to share the zoom link for GA worship with one other family member or friend. In this way, we can continue to grow in our outreach and discipleship.
Please virtually join us on Sundays at 11:00 AM EDT (prelude begins at 1055):
Or join by phone: +16465588656,,92044959986#
Meeting ID: 920 44
Even though GA's building is closed to all activity, ministry continues. You can make your offering online. We have multiple ways to give: Vanco, Venmo, Text to Give, and PayPal.
We welcome you to subscribe to "Bread of the Day," a daily email including scripture, song and prayer from GA! We will continue to offer this devotion during the COVID-19 shutdown. Also, please see below for information about resources such as Worship in the Home and Christ in our Home.
Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church is a Christian community dedicated to growing the personal faith of its members, strengthening the support and connection between its members and becoming a religious resource in its urban neighborhood surroundings. GA thrives through a foundation of service to Christ and a commitment to spiritual development and outreach.
We have been a source of spiritual and community strength in the Gramercy Park area for over 150 years. Our Open Arms Preschool is founded on the philosophy that play is a child's vehicle for learning.
We are within walking distance to many of Manhattan's east side neighborhoods including Kips Bay, Peter Cooper Village & Stuyvesant Town, the Lower East Side, and Murray Hill. We are conveniently located to public transportation.
Please join us - Renewing Faith and Building Community.
Join us for midweek prayer during Avent. The series will center on the Magnificat, Mary's song of praise from the gospel of Luke. The Magnificat echoes through the ages, reminding us of the greatness, justice, and promises of God. Services will include a reflection and discussion led by Zach Dean, Senior Seminarian at United Lutheran Seminary.
Tuesday, December 1,8,15, and 22 @ 7:00 PM