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Pro-Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island
Important Update
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Church Closure Extended

We are a long way from knowing the full impact and calculating the costs of the COVID-19 pandemic, but certain present realities are coming into greater focus.

In light of the clear and alarming evidence of the high rate of infection locally – meaning in New York State and particularly in Brooklyn among all five boroughs – Bishop Provenzano has announced he is extending the suspension of public worship and gatherings in all churches in the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island at least through May 17.

This necessarily means prolonging the hardship of our physical isolation from one another and the prohibition to pray and serve alongside each other. And the certainty that we will not mark the days of Holy Week and celebrate Easter in our church is a heartbreaking development.

A heartening development is the magnolia tree in the church garden at Clinton and Montague Streets beginning to flower and nearing full bloom. It’s a burst of life and sign of hope we need now. Soon leaves will replace flowers and spring will assert itself, reminding us of God’s rhythm of restoring and renewing what seems lost to us.

As many and great challenges persist, I believe our faith and our enduring connection will sustain us.

Canon John

Stay connected to community life

Watch a video of the Holy Eucharist for Lent V March 29, 2020

You’ll find spiritual resources here to support you throughout this difficult time

Coming This Week

Online Spiritual 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 by video or phone.

 

Bible Study
Wednesday, 12:15 pm
Join us via Zoom* for a prayerful discussion of the John 11:1-45, the gospel passage appointed for Sunday, March 29 (Lent V).
Click this link to participate by video or phone.

 

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

Family Service with Pageant and Holy Communion
The Rt. Rev. Geralyn Wolf, Presider

4:00 pm

Community Carol Sing

8:30 pm

Festival Service of the Nativity with Holy Communion

9:00 pm

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 by video or phone.

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Online Resources

Bible Study

Wednesday, 12:15 pm

Join us via Zoom* for a prayerful discussion of the John 11:1-45, the gospel passage appointed for Sunday, March 29 (Lent V).

Click this link to participate by video or phone.

Events

Episcopal Church, History, Heart and Soul

Sunday, March 15 | 10:15 am and 12:45 pm

Join us for the second of a three-part series presented by the clergy of St. Ann’s and Christ Church Cobble Hill. We’ll use as a guide the short introductory volume Welcome to The Episcopal Church to bring the history, worship and spirituality of the Episcopal Church to bear on our personal walk with God. Read more.

View the schedule of events

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Events

Suffrage at 100: Women’s Power Today

Sunday, March 29 | 5:30 pm

This month’s Sunday Forum presentation will be “Suffrage at 100: Women’s Power Today,” featuring the 67th Attorney General for the State of New York, Letitia James. Letitia “Tish” James is the first woman of color to hold statewide office, and the first woman to be elected Attorney General. An experienced attorney and public servant with a long record of accomplishments, our AG will help us to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage, and explore how it has shaped women’s power today. Read more.

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Events

Book of Books Book Club

Wednesday, April 1 | 7:00-8:30 pm

Join us at this meeting of Book of Books Book Club series as we read the Christian additions to the Bible, known as the New Testament. The Rev. Craig D. Townsend, Associate for Faith Formation, leads the group. Everyone is welcome, whether you read the Old Testament with us or not! Read more.

View the schedule of events

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Church Services Suspended for COVID-19

Sunday

9:30AM

Early Church

Sunday

11:15AM

Holy Eucharist

Wednesday

6:00PM

Holy Eucharist

Holy Eucharist, Sunday, 11:15 am
Holy Eucharist, Sunday, 11:15 am
Worship

Holy Eucharist, Sunday, 11:15 am

St. Ann's 11:15 am Holy Eucharist is more traditional than the 9:30 am Early Church…

Wednesday Bible Study
Wednesday Bible Study
Study

Wednesday Bible Study

We gather on Wednesdays at 12:15 pm in the church for our weekly Bible Study,…

Community Life, Forums & Space Rentals
Early Church

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

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Forum @ St. Ann's

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

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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