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Holy Week and Easter

St. Ann & the Holy Trinity offers the following opportunities to worship and meditate on Jesus’s final week among us during Holy Week, concluding with a joyous celebration of his resurrection on Easter Sunday.  Palm Sunday, April 10, 10:30 am The entire congregation will gather at the church entrance on Clinton Street (at Montague Street) for a distribution and blessing…

Online Spiritual Resources

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. Evening Prayer Wednesday, 6:00-6:30 pm…

Public Worship Suspended for COVID-19

On Friday, March 13, the Rt. Rev. Lawrence Provenzano, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, released a video announcing his decision to temporarily suspend all in-person liturgies for two Sundays.   The Rev. Canon John Denaro, rector of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church and Pro-Cathedral, announced the bishop’s directive to the parish community with the following…

Instruments of Peace

We are delighted to announce that on Sunday, September 8 we will launch the program year with an exciting new series, Instruments of Peace. Instruments of Peace is an original, arts-based, multi-general curriculum conceived by our clergy and funded with a grant for congregational development by Episcopal Ministries of Long Island. Designed for parishioners and neighbors of all ages, the program will…

Ash Wednesday

On March 6, Ash Wednesday, Imposition of Ashes will be from 8:00-10:00 am and 12 noon-2:00 pm, and at 7:00 pm, there will be Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes.

Holy Eucharist, Sunday, 11:15 am

St. Ann's 11:15 am Holy Eucharist is more traditional than the 9:30 am Early Church service. It features music accompanied by the church's landmark E.M. Skinner pipe organ, played by Music Director Gregory D'Agostino. Guest singers and musicians perform regularly. The Rite II liturgy from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer is dignified and quite accessible. Prayers for healing are…

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