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Outreach & Social Ministry

"Our Parish Outreach is a spiritual umbrella for several spiritual programs."

Under the guidance of the parish clergy, the Adult Faith Formation is responsible for creating and sustaining events and programs that nurture the development of mature faith in adult Catholics. At  St. Ann's Parish, we provide many opportunities for spiritual growth and education, which should lead to greater appreciation of the richness of our Catholic tradition, and to deeper commitment to putting our energies to work in spreading the Good News of Jesus.

The American bishops have stated that the education and Christian formation of adults must be a priority for the church.

For further information about any of these groups or programs as well as scheduled meeting times, please call the rectory office at 718-351-0270.

Eucharistic Ministry to Homebound

Lectors and Eucharistic Ministers
Service to others or to the church, which is what ministry means, is part of what we are called to do as Catholics. Special ways of serving are open to all people in the parish. Extraordinary ministers of Communion, Lectors/Readers are open to all lay people
Prayer Shawl Ministry

Prayer Shawl Ministry meets every Friday at 11:00am in St. Joachim Hall.  This ministry consists of a group of parishioners who knit or crochet. The prayer shawls are given to parish members who are in need of special comfort due to illness, bereavement or some other personal struggle.  All are welcome.  Please join us.

Donations of yarn are greatly appreciated!

Adult Scripture Study
This adult Scripture study combines personal Bible reading and study, small Group faith sharing and prayer in an informal setting. It generally focuses on a specific book of the Bible.
Food Pantry
Food Pantry Schedule:
Thursdays @ 12:30 PM - Package Preparation
2nd & 4th Fridays from 2 - 4:30 PM - Food Distribution

Collection Sunday - First Sunday of every month. 
Food may be placed in the bin located on the rectory porch.

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is a process that uses Scripture study, discussion, information on teaching and creative activities to prepare for becoming a Catholic, baptism and other sacraments.

Kathleen Ruggiero and Roseann Raccuia hold RCIA meetings on Thursday evenings at 7:30pm in the rectory basement.