Welcome to the Church of St. Charles Borromeo and Resurrection Chapel. We are a Roman Catholic Church in the heart of Harlem in New York City. The nearly 1000 families of our congregation give praise and honor to God, as revealed through Jesus Christ, in our daily masses and prayers. We also regularly celebrate the Sacraments of the Church. When our people gather we do so as a community, relying on the inspiration of the Holy Spirit while listening to God’s Word and sharing in the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. Worship at St. Charles Borromeo and Resurrection Chapel is always a celebration of the gift of Salvation. In worship we regularly express our joy by drawing on the rich traditions of African American music, preaching and sacred movement.
The study and the teaching of the traditions of our Roman Catholic faith is important to both youth and adults in our community. We offer numerous opportunities for our people to learn their faith. Since, we are told in scripture, “a person is considered righteous by what they do and not by faith alone” (James 2:24), our members strive through our many works to exercise our ministry as disciples of Jesus Christ by extending the hand of fellowship to all who seek the Lord and need the Lord’s help. The schedule of our worship services and Sacramental offerings is included for both of our church sites, at St. Charles Borromeo and also at Resurrection chapel.
Enjoy your visit to our website.
Fr. Gregory Chisholm, SJ
Harlem March To End Violent Loss in Our Community – Saturday January 31 at 9am. Lunch at 11am at St. Charles Borromeo, free of charge. Marchers are to meet by 9am either at Resurrection Chapel 151st between 7th and 8th Avenue or at the Church of St. Joseph of the Holy Family at 125th St & Morningside Avenue. The two march groups will towards each other and meet at the Church of St. Charles Borromeo at 141st St. between Adam C. Powell and Frederick Douglas Blvd. An interfaith prayer service will be held indoors at St. Charles. RSVP by January 28, call 1-888-902-3011 x3390 or online at www.sendrsvp.com code 3390.
Black History Month Mass Sunday, February 1st at 2pm, St. Patrick’s Cathedral 5th Avenue at 51st Street, NY, NY. Principal Celebrant is His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan. The National Day of Prayer for the African American and African Family, A Celebration of Catholic Faith & Black Culture. For information contact the Office of Black Ministry 646-794-2681 or email@example.com