61 Gramercy Park South (Corner of 21st Street and Park)
The Parish of Calvary/St George's

We are glad that you are here. We hope you will come back again soon.

We invite you to join us in our worship of God on Sundays and weekdays and to participate in any of our community ministries, educational activities, musical events and other programs.

Brief History

Our Parish was restructured 27 years ago with the consolidation of three Manhattan churches, each of which had beautiful buildings, a long history in the city and a strong tradition of service to New York, especially to people in need. St. George's was founded in 1749 as a chapel of Trinity Church and situated on Beekman Street in downtown Manhattan, it became an independent parish in 1811 and relocated in 1845 to its present site on Stuyvesant Square. Calvary Church was founded in 1832 and moved to Gramercy Park in 1846. Holy Communion was built on what is now the Avenue of the Americas in 1844. Today our Parish buildings are located in the Gramercy Park/Stuyvesant Square neighborhood, but draw people from all over metropolitan New York.

We are a community with special challenges and concerns, and it is here in the heart of New York City that we feel we can make a difference. Calvary/St. George's is composed of people of diverse backgrounds in a growing and changing city, and serving as an anchor through the activities and outreach of our people: clergy, parish groups and individual members.

We are Members One of Another
–Ephesians 4:25

The Rev. Dr. Thomas F. Pike, Rector
The Rev. Stephen S. Garmey, Vicar
Calvary Church, 212-475-1216





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