Church of the Resurrection, New York

Traditional Liturgy and Music - A Modern Family

Service Schedules

Sunday Service Schedule
11:00 AM High Mass
Open to the Public Every Week.

Sunday services and other events are livestreamed. See our home page for details. Join our mailing  list > to receive service bulletins and notices for these events.

Weekday Service Schedule
Always call to confirm*.  
Changes to the daily mass schedule do occur. Tuesdays
12:15 PM, Low Mass
12:15 PM, Low Mass
12:15 PM, Low Mass
12:15 PM, Low Mass
11.30 AM, Confessions
12:00 Noon, Low Mass, followed by the Rosary

*During the Summer months many of the weekday masses are cancelled.

Descriptions of Services

Solemn High Mass - Offered at 11.00 AM on Sundays. This is the centerpiece of our worship, celebrated with full ceremonial, incense, hymns, sermon, and a choral Mass setting, often with orchestra. It lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes. There are occasionally Solemn High Masses on weeknights throughout the year (e.g., Epiphany, Candlemas, Ascension, Corpus Christi, etc.). Please see This Month for specific services.

Low Mass - This service is a simple 30-minute Eucharist, without music or sermon. Low Mass contains all the essential elements of the Eucharist, and many worshipers find its simplicity appealing.

The Holy Rosary - Offered every Saturday immediately following the noon mass. This is a meditative devotion on events in the lives of Jesus and Mary, using a string of prayer beads, in which the traditional prayers Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be are repeated. The repetition of prayers is an ancient method of meditation used by many of the world’s religions. Mass and the Rosary together last about 50 minutes.

Stations of the Cross- Often offered during Lent. This is a service of fourteen meditations on the Suffering and Crucifixion of Jesus. It is often followed by Benediction.

Sung Mass - Usually offered at 11.00 AM on Sundays during the summer. This is a one-hour, simpler version of Solemn High Mass, including hymns, a sermon, and a mass setting for congregational singing.

Choir singing