Welcome to St. Ann’s!

St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church is a house of worship and community commons in Brooklyn Heights.

All are welcome here to seek sanctuary and solace, follow a spiritual path, celebrate music and the arts, participate in civic discourse, and engage in service for the common good.

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Welcome to St. Ann’s!

St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church is a house of worship and community commons in Brooklyn Heights.

All are welcome here to seek sanctuary and solace, follow a spiritual path, celebrate music and the arts, participate in civic discourse, and engage in service for the common good.

Welcome to St. Ann’s!

St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church is a house of worship and community commons in Brooklyn Heights.

All are welcome here to seek sanctuary and solace, follow a spiritual path, celebrate music and the arts, participate in civic discourse, and engage in service for the common good.

Welcome to St. Ann’s!

St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church is a house of worship and community commons in Brooklyn Heights.

All are welcome here to seek sanctuary and solace, follow a spiritual path, celebrate music and the arts, participate in civic discourse, and engage in service for the common good.

Sunday Worship

Early Church ~  9:30 am

Sunday School ~ 10:15 am

Holy Eucharist ~ 11:15 am

Weekday Worship

Wednesdays – Holy Eucharist ~ 6:00 pm (Evening Prayer 1st Wednesday of month.)

Open to Public

Tuesday – Thursday ~  Noon – 3:00 pm

+Palm Sunday
Sunday, March 29

Join us at Early Church, 9:30 am, or Holy Eucharist, 11:15 am. Both services will begin with the blessing of the palms and include a procession with worshipers waving their fronds. The procession for the later service will begin at the door of the church and go around the block.

+Poetry Reading
Sunday, March 29 - 2:00 pm

The Forum @ St. Ann’s is offering a poetry-reading called “A Branch Grows in Brooklyn,” inspired by the Nancy Azara art exhibit on display in the church. This event is co-sponsored by Brooklyn Poets, a nonprofit literary organization and will feature six member poets who will read works reflecting on nature, life, death and the borough of Brooklyn.

+Lenten Outreach
Through Friday, April 3

Help us support the Shower Project of Turning Point, a Sunset Park nonprofit that provides services to a variety of people in need. You can participate by donating new, packaged underwear, men’s sizes Medium, Large and X-Large, and new warm socks, sizes 9-12, as well as travel size shampoo and deodorant. A donation box is located at the front entrance of the church.

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