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Pro-Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island

Standing at the Intersection of Faith and Culture

Worship Services

Sunday

9:30AM

Family Church

Followed by

Sunday School 10:15 AM

Sunday

11:15AM

Holy Eucharist

Wednesday

6:00PM

Holy Eucharist

Mid-Week Worship Service

 

Featured Events

This Sunday, December 4, there will be one joint worship service at 10:30 am in the sanctuary for members who attend Family Church and the traditional service. St. Ann’s annual meeting will follow to conduct church business, including the election of one warden and three vestry members.
All members are encouraged to join us!

Join Us for Sunday Worship!

Join us in person or livestream this Sunday,
February 25, the Second Sunday in Lent.
The Rev. Dr. Craig D. Townsend will preach.

Second Sunday in Lent, February 25

 

Stations of the Cross

Artist and parishioner, Ben Cowan,
has created original stations of the cross
for contemplation and prayer in Lent.
Read more.

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Lenten Series 
Perception & Reflection:
A Spiritual Exploration of the Five Senses

Wednesdays in Lent | 6:30–8:00pm

Light supper provided by the host church. On February 28: The Reflection on SMELL by The Rev. Stephen Morris (Priest, Author) will be hosted St. Ann & the Holy Trinity. Subsequent dates and locations may be found here.

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Rehabilitation Through the Arts

Sunday, March 3 | 1:00 to 2:30pm

St. Ann’s Outreach Committee and Rehabilitation Through the Arts present: “The Soul of RTA.”  Join us Sunday, March 3 from 1:00 to 2:30pm for an in-depth look at how the arts in prison can transform lives. RTA helps people in prison develop critical life skills through the arts, modeling an approach to the justice system based on human dignity rather than punishment. Darrian Bennett, RTA Alum and Charles Moore, RTA Director of Programs & Operations will show a short film followed by a Q&A. Refreshments will be served. Learn more here and here.

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Pop-Up Pantry

Every Tuesday | 10:30 am – noon

St. Ann’s Pop-Up Pantry addresses hunger for those coping with the prolonged effects 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.
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Gospel Parallels/Parallel Gospels
Adult Education Series

Tuesday, March 5 | 8:00 – 9:00 pm

Join the Rev. Craig D. Townsend for this monthly gathering on Zoom to explore why there are four different and differing gospels, and to compare other accounts and portrayals of Jesus’ life and ministry. All are welcome.
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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, February 21, 12:15 pm

Join us via Zoom* for a lively discussion of
Mark 8:31–38, the gospel passage appointed for
the Second Sunday in Lent, February 25.

Click this link to participate.

Online Resources

Evening Prayer

Wednesday, December 29, 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.

Community Life, Forums & Space Rentals

Family Church and Sunday School

Join us for Sunday School every Sunday following 9:30 am Family Church!

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

Rental space at St. Ann’s is available for arts and cultural events, meetings, and social gatherings.

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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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