People tend to check in during these times:
Home to the largest soup kitchen in Manhattan, they feed over a thousand people during lunch on Sundays. You can volunteer through New York Cares and get to know this wonderful and friendly group.
Come around 9:30 to 10:00 Sunday morning (entry to left of main steps) and volunteer to help feed the homeless (goes until 3ish). Rewarding work and you'll get a pretty good meal when you're done.
They do an incredible job serving Sunday meal to about 1.000 homeless people in the city. It's a great way to start you Sunday and more volunteers are needed.
9AM mass is nice!
International Women's Day 2013!
While there's no Christian Meditation group at this church (yet), you'll find other Manhattan locations listed here: www.christianmeditation.us Come and discover this ancient form of Christian prayer.
Try the wine... its heavenly
This church has recently had a major renovation and it's beautiful.
http://www.sfxavier.org/mass.php this is the first Catholic Church where the congregation seemed alive and the energy seemed open, and I can actually hear the clergy speak better than in any other Cat
My son was baptised in the st Francis Xavier in Park Slope
1130 mass has a choir