Artist Nancy Azara and Harry J. Weil, curator and parishioner, discussed Azara’s work in the exhibition “I Am the Vine, You Are the Branches” installed in St. Ann & the Holy Trinity throughout Lent. Everyone at the well-attended event took a close look at the works and expressed appreciation during the lively discussion. Click on [...]
Many neighbors joined parishioners at Shrove Tuesday’s Pancake Supper for plenty of flapjacks and a bit of Mardi Gras fun. Click on photos to enlarge for a slideshow.
We celebrated Epiphany on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, followed by a party featuring a King Cake. The one who found the coin hidden inside the cake was crowned St. Ann’s Sovereign for the year–in this case for the second time. Click on photos to enlarge and view slideshow.
St. Ann’s third annual intergenerational Christmas Pageant was again a popular and dramatic feature of our Christmas Eve Family Service. The cast was particularly resplendent in costumes made specially for them. Photo credit: Ellen Reilly. Click on photos to enlarge and view slideshow.
The new play “Muse,” written by and starring St. Ann’s parishioner Kristin Lundberg, was performed at our church on Friday December 5. Lundberg is the founding director of Shakespeare’s Sister Company, which sponsored the performance.Greg Pragel played Dante Rossetti and Kristin, Rossetti’s model Elizabeth Siddal. Click on photos to enlarge and view slideshow.
Scenes from the Fall 2014 Community Playgroup, which welcomed children, infants to four-year-olds, along with their caregivers. Led by Deacon Kate Salisbury, they had a terrific time playing and creating together outside or inside. Click on photos to enlarge and view slideshow.
In November, parishioners showed their commitment to God’s mission by the giving of time, talent, and treasure to sustain the ministries of our church. On Sunday, Nov. 16, they illustrated The Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30) during Early Church and the 11:15 am Holy Eucharist. Click on photos to enlarge and view slideshow.
On Sunday, September 28, Brooklyn artist Athena LaTocha spoke about her work on display In the Beginning, an exhibition in St. Ann & the Holy Trinity on view through November 22. She was joined by Harry Weil, parishioner and curator of the exhibition. Read more about the artist talk. Click on photos to enlarge and [...]