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The livestreaming of our Sunday liturgies is temporarily suspended
while worship services take place in the Parish Hall
to accommodate floor repair in the sanctuary.
Panel Discussion of Film
My Name Is Pauli Murray
A distinguished panel discussion featuring film co-director Julie Cohen, the Rev. Kit Wang and New York City-based trans activist Qween Jean, moderated by the Rev. Marie Tatro, followed the Sunday, June 12 screening of My Name is Pauli Murray. Murray was the first Black woman to be ordained in the Episcopal Church, was legal trailblazer. The documentary portrays Murray’s impact as a non-binary Black luminary: lawyer, activist, poet, and priest who transformed our world. Read more.
Tuesday, July 5 | 10:30 am-12 noon
St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church’s weekly Pop-Up Pantry addresses hunger while New Yorkers cope with the prolonged economic and social fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic. Every Tuesday, the pantry provides fresh and non-perishable food items to those who need them at the entrance of the church at Clinton and Montague Streets. Please support the pantry. Read more.
Monday, June 20 | 6:30-7:45 pm
Join us at Divest/Invest, an online workshop on disconnecting your personal finances from climate destruction, led by Michael Richardson of the Rivers and Mountains GreenFaith Circle and presented by the Creation Care Community of our diocese. Discussion will cover how to move away from funding the fossil fuel industry toward funding local businesses and farms, clean energy and affordable housing. Read more.
Sunday, June 12 | 1:00 pm
Overlooked by history, Pauli Murray, the first Black woman to be ordained in the Episcopal Church, was legal trailblazer. My Name is Pauli Murray portrays Murray’s impact as a non-binary Black luminary: lawyer, activist, poet, and priest who transformed our world. A livestreamed panel discussion follows with co-director Julie Cohen, the Rev. Kit Wang, the Rev. Marie Tatro and New York City-based trans activist Qween Jean. Join us! Read more.
* You do not need to register for Zoom to participate in the meeting.
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