The Forum @ St. Ann’s next event,“Keeping It 100: Students Challenge School Segregation,” focuses on the challenges of integration in the New York City public schools with a performance of Laundry City, a play written and performed by public high school students from the arts leadership program Epic NEXT. The short play delivers a humorous and provocative take on what “separate but equal” means. St. Ann’s members, David Tipson, Executive Director of New York Appleseed, and Halley Taylor, Senior Fellow at the Century Foundation, will lead conversation. Reception to follow. Free and open to the public.[/toggle]

+First Sunday Soup
Sunday, June 4, 1:00 pm

Please join us for our next “First Sunday Soup,” when we will not only share a meal of homemade hot soup and bread together with our hungry neighbors, we’ll also mark the fourth anniversary of our Sandwich Sundays program. As before, we’ll engage in a community-wide sandwich-making operation.

+Brooklyn Pride March
Saturday, June 10, 7:30 pm
Brooklyn Pride

A contingent from St. Ann’s and other Episcopal Churches in Brooklyn will participate in the Brooklyn Pride March for the seventh year in a row. Please speak to Fr. John if you wish to join in the short but very special parade down 5th Avenue in Park Slope to welcome members of the LGBT community to our church!

Past Events

EasterHoly Week and Easter 2017Posted on April 2, 2017
Give Us the BallotGive Us the BallotPosted on March 23, 2017
Adam and Eve and UsAdam, Eve and UsPosted on March 21, 2017
Brooklyn Folk Festival BenefitBrooklyn Folk Festival Benefit for St. Ann’sPosted on February 23, 2017
Shrove Tuesday PancakesLent BeginsPosted on February 16, 2017
Conversations on RaceConversations on Race ContinuePosted on February 9, 2017
shower-symbol-signFebruary OutreachPosted on January 30, 2017
Conversation on RacePosted on December 30, 2016