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Worship services begin at 10:30 am.
Our two services take place at the same time in separate spaces:
the traditional service in the sanctuary and
the family service in the Parish Hall.

Sunday School
Families with young children are invited to Sunday School, beginning with coffee, bagels at 9:15 am in the Parish Hall
followed by the morning program at 9:30 am.

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Sunday liturgies are live-streamed at 10:30 am via YouTube.
You may use this bulletin to follow the service for the
Second Sunday of Advent, December 5, 2021
Recordings are available on YouTube for viewing at a later time.

Liturgy for the First Sunday of Advent
Sunday, November 28, 2021
Service Bulletin

Liturgy for the Last Sunday after Pentecost, Christ the King Sunday
Sunday, November 21, 2021
Service Bulletin

Featured Events
Events

Pop-Up Pantry

Tuesday, December 7 | 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.

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Events

Film: “My Name is Pauli Murray”

Sunday, November 21 | 1:-00 pm

St. Ann’s Outreach Committee invites you to a screening of the new documentary, “My Name Is Pauli Murray.” Overlooked by history, Pauli Murray was a legal trailblazer whose ideas influenced Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s fight for gender equality and Thurgood Marshall’s civil rights arguments. Read more.

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Events

Film: “My Name is Pauli Murray”

Sunday, November 21 | 1:00 pm

St. Ann’s Outreach Committee invites you to a screening of the new documentary, “My Name Is Pauli Murray.” Overlooked by history, Pauli Murray was a legal trailblazer whose ideas influenced Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s fight for gender equality and Thurgood Marshall’s civil rights arguments. Read more.

View the schedule of events

Events

St. Francis Day Animal Blessing

Sunday, October 3 | 12 Noon

St. Ann’s will commemorate the feast of St. Francis of Assisi by joining our neighbors for the eleventh annual Blessing of the Animals in the Peace Garden on Clinton Street. Everyone is invited to bring their pets, live or stuffed, to be blessed! Read more.

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Online Spiritual Resources

* You do not need to register for Zoom to participate in the meeting.

Online Resources

Morning Prayer

Monday-Friday, 8:30 am

Join us via Zoom* for this 20-minute service at the
start of the day.
If you don’t have your own Book of Common Prayer,
you’ll find a copy here.
The service begins in the BCP on Page 75.

Click this link to participate.

Online Resources

Bible Study

Wednesday, December 8, 12:15 pm

Join us via Zoom* for a lively discussion of
Luke 3:7-18, the gospel appointed for
the Third Sunday of Advent, December 12, 2021.

Click this link to participate.

Online Resources

Evening Prayer

Wednesday, December 8, 6:00-6:30 pm

Join us via Zoom* for an Evening Prayer service
at the end of the day.
If you don’t have your own Book of Common Prayer,
you’ll find a copy here.
The service begins in the BCP on Page 115.

Click this link to participate.

Church Services

Sunday

10:30AM

Family Church

Masks required

Sunday

10:30AM

Holy Eucharist

Masks required

Wednesday

6:00PM

Holy Eucharist

Masks required

Community Life, Forums & Space Rentals

Early Church

Family Church at 10:30 am is for folks and families on the go. The service is shorter than most Sunday services, and worship is comfortable and fun for children.

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Forum @ St. Ann's

Launched in 2012, The Forum @ St. Ann’s is a parish initiative that seeks to engage the wider community in conversations about art, ideas, and civic life.

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Space Rentals

Rent space at St. Ann’s for your next community…music…party event…

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You are no longer strangers and sojourners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God.

Ephesians 2:19

Help us in our restoration effort.

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