Children’s Program

Children's Program


Early Church

Early Church at 9:30 am offers an opportunity for folks and families on the go to worship early on Sunday morning at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity. The service is kid-friendly and just a half-hour long, including Holy Eucharist. The service makes it easier for us to welcome people of all ages to become part of our community. Members and friends of St. Ann’s can help support this effort to grow by spreading the word among the earlier risers you know!


Sunday School

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Sunday School takes place from 10:15 am-11:00 am, welcoming children and youth, ages 4 and up who attend Early Church with their families. During Sunday School, parents are free to attend coffee hour, participate in Sandwich Sundays or join other activities offered seasonally by the church. Early Church also helps our families who have other activities to get to on Sundays.

Prayer and a hands-on project are incorporated into every lesson. In January and February, lessons will build off lectionary and seasonal holidays. In Lent, students will undertake a group Lenten devotion that incorporates nature and the arts.  Children are encouraged to bring a friend. We have lots of fun!

For more information about Sunday School, contact the church office or telephone the office at 718-875-6960.


Wednesday Community Playgroup
(Suspended until Spring 2015)

This fall, children from newborn to age 4, together with a parent or caregiver, gathered with music, free play and seasonal crafts each Wednesday, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Community Playgroups are open to all our neighbors, friends and members of the wider community. Adults – a parent or caregiver – accompanied each child. Suggested donation: $10 per child, per session with no advance sign-up required.

The Community Play Group is suspended for the winter. We will announce plans for the new season in the spring of 2015.

For more information or questions, please contact the church office or telephone the office at 718-875-6960.


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