Sunday Morning Worship Service
Until further notice, we will not worship indoors in person.
Pre-recorded worship service
Available by Sunday morning on our Online Worship Services page.
New Worship series at Saint Ann's: "God's Good Earth: Praise and Prayers for Creation"
Wednesdays at 3pm
Join us for a weekday outdoor worship service featuring the text by parishioners Anne and Jeffery Rowthorn, "God's Good Earth: Praise and Prayers for Creation."
In this 30 minute service you are invited to bring an object from nature as a meditation or focus for our time together. We encourage you to bring your own chair or cushion.
Slow down and savor the beauty of God's Good Earth right here in the Memorial Garden of Saint Ann's. Wednesdays at 3pm.
Do you miss Morning Prayer at Saint Ann's?
It's back via Zoom! Charlie Potts will lead Morning Prayers on Tuesday mornings at 10am. Join the worship of Rite I Morning Prayer from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.
Click here or manually enter Zoom ID 865 1798 0050; passcode 415481.
Morning Prayer bulletin available in your eNewsletter.
Join us for Compline!
8pm, Sunday in February TBD
Compline, also known as Complin, Night Prayer, or the Prayers at the End of the Day, is the final church service (or office) of the day in the Christian tradition of canonical hours. Join us for our simple, end-of-the-day service at 8pm.
Two Opportunities for Bible Study via Zoom
Sundays at 11am and Mondays at 5pm
Until we can meet again in person, please join us for Bible Study on zoom. See and hear Mother Anita and Charlie Potts, and participate in a lively Bible Study class.
Weekly readings can be found here and in your eNewsletter.
SUNDAY 11am: Click here or manually enter Zoom ID 893 3947 4142, passcode 169646.
MONDAY 5pm: Click here or manually enter zoom ID 879 1703 1274, passcode 822028.
To call in from a telephone, dial 929-436-2866.
Our Bible Study is an informal conversation focusing on the readings of the day (as found in your Bible and the service sheet). No sign-up is needed. Please grab a cup of coffee and join others and me for discussion. If you have never participated in Bible Study, this is a wonderful way to be introduced to it. I hope that you can join us!
YOGA at Saint Ann's Parish
Introducing Community Yoga at Saint Ann's Parish
Thursday Mornings, 9:30 – 10:30am
This class will be streamed live until the church reopens.
Click here, join our Facebook group, then go to the group on Thursdays at 9:30am.
Yoga-With-a-Twist is an all-level, gentle Yoga Class. It is appropriate for first time yoga students and those who have been practicing for some time. The class will include breath work, stretching and moving with intention: to strengthen, improve balance and overall well-being. Chairs will be available for those who do not want to practice on the mat.
Your instructor is Deb Novack. Deb believes that Yoga is for every body, and no matter what your limitations, you will feel an improvement the first time you come to class. Deb is a Hatha-style Yoga Teacher who incorporates meditation and breathing techniques, restorative and yin poses and shapes.
Deb is especially excited about, and experienced in, introducing new people to the healing modality of Yoga and meditation.
When the church reopens, classes will be held in the Griswold Room on Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:30am. Please bring a Yoga mat and any props you like working with (blocks, straps, blankets, etc). Chairs will be available for use.
THIS IS A COMMUNITY EVENT AND ALL ARE WELCOME!!
$10 Suggested Donation. No Reservation Required.
An Evening with Elisabeth von Trapp, Concert and Reception
Stay tuned for the new date
Elisabeth von Trapp returns to Saint Ann's Church in a Concert for the Fall. This concert will be Saint Ann's first offering of the year in its Live@SaintAnn's concert series.
Ms. von Trapp is a member of the family whose story inspired The Sound of Music and the “sounds of music” are part of her earliest memories.
Read more on our Musical Performances page.
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