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Ask A Counselor

May 21, 2020: "Parenting"

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May 13, 2020: "Hope in the Face of Suicide"

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April 29, 2020: "Peace and Mental Health"

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April 22, 2020: "Singleness: Intimacy in Isolation"

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Ask A Counselor

April 15, 2020: “Thriving Relationships Under Pressure"

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Questioning Christianity

March 19, 2020: Peace in Times of Suffering and Uncertainty

Questioning Christianity

April 16, 2020: Hope in Times of Fear

Grace & Race

Lament and Prayer: Racism in the Time of COVID-19

Monday, April 20, 2020 via Zoom

Use this liturgy in your own time of prayer and lament.

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      Disaster Relief Fund

      If you are a Redeemer Downtown member or regular attender who has been impacted by COVID-19, please fill out the form at downtown.redeemer.com/covidcare, and someone will be in touch with you. (For any requests that are not related to COVID-19, please contact the Redeemer Downtown Diaconate Helpline at 917-206-1452 or fill out the Downtown Diaconate Care Request Form.)

      If you have a neighbor, friend, or family member here in New York City who is not in our church community, we can grant a small one-time gift ($50-$200 depending on household size) for immediate needs such as food, medicine, basic supplies, and delivery fees. Please ask them to fill out the form at downtown.redeemer.com/covidcare and we’ll let them know how we can help.


      If you are a Redeemer Downtown member or regular attender with non-COVID-19 urgent material needs, our Diaconate is here to help. Please call 917-206-1452 or submit a care request form.

      COVID-19 Resources for the Public

      Public Help and Assistance Artists and Musicians