We think we are both hosts and guests at a great, ongoing feast. From and to this feast, we welcome all. We think the arts make life worth living and celebrate the secular and sacred in all that we do, including worship and how we use the inheritance of our glorious space.
A church that’s a little bit different and committed to making a difference!
The Public’s Shakespeare Initiative presents
MEASURE FOR MEASURE
Produced in Association With Acclaimed Minneapolis Company TEN THOUSAND THINGS THEATER
POPLAB is back December 4th, Saturday, 10 am - 1:30 pm. RSVP here. This session delves into memory, and there will be a call for ideas for a unique project at the end.
Do not miss the opening of a groundbreaking new exhibition this fall entitled “A Sanctuary for the Arts:” Judson Memorial Church and the Avant-Garde, 1954-1977, at the Fales Archive in the NYU Library.
Judson/NYC Fair Trade Coalition Holiday Fair: This year's joint Fair Trade venture will be held in the Assembly Hall (enter at 239 Thompson Street) on Saturday, December 4, from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; and on Sunday, December 5, from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. All are invited to stop by, meet other Fair Traders—consumers and producers—and shop for beautiful Fair Trade holiday gifts.
SUNDAYS - DECEMBER 5TH, 12TH, AND 19TH - NYC
RUBY RIMS & FRIENDS
A benefit in support of The Actors Fund AIDS Program and Judson Memorial Church @7:00PM Dec. 5th featuring Natalie Douglas, Aaron Lee Battle, Kelly Briggs, John Cormier, Jack Donahue, Paul Greenwood & Linda Bianchi, Nina Hennessey, Maureen McNamara, Georga Osborne, & Margaret Wright with John McMahon on the piano
Click to read the New York Times 11/12/10 story on John La Farge, maker of Judson's distinctive stained glass windows.
Video: An Iconic Dancer On Her Toes After 50 Years by Ann Farmer - Rainer performing her influential Trio A at the Judson Church...
Park 51: Communities of Circumstance and Community by Design
Friday, 12.03.2010 - 6:00-9:00 pm
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn - Higgins Hall Auditorium
Excerpt from Revelation 21:5-27 “And the one who was seated on the throne said, ‘See, I am making all things new.’”
Reflection by Donna Schaper: I remember when “local” was a bad word. Most of us went to high school in places where the idea was to get out as soon as you could. Now local is new, glossy, glisteny...more
NEW: Check out Bart Boehlert's blog on the recent modern dance events at Judson: http://bartboehlert.blogspot.com
Judson mentioned recently in Playbill.
Bleach Kit Work Party
Harm reduction programs save lives! If you would like to help assemble the bleach kits that are dispensed by the Lower East Side Harm Reduction Center, see the Bleach Kits page for the current schedule.
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