St. Ann’s by-the-Sea is a spiritual community focusing on spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ
by being a prayerful, active & welcoming presence to all on Block Island.
St Ann's by-the-Sea
EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Please see Sunday, March 15 and Wednesday, March 18 services under our Sermons heading. These services will be emailed to our parish list as well. If you would like to be added, email us and we will put you on the list.
Rev. Eletha Buote-Greig, Vicar-in-Charge
St. Ann's Sacred Labyrinth
This meditative, sacred labryinth is located on Corn Neck Road. Please contact St. Ann's for directions if you need them.
New Flags at St. Ann's
Worship at St Ann's
- Relaxed Island Setting
- Casual Dress
- Community Engagement
Please join us for Sunday worship
St Ann's Ministries
- Helping Hands Food Pantry
- Prayer Shawls
- Outreach Programs
Caring for our people & environment
- Interested in what Spiritual Direction is?
- Wonder it is appropriate for you?
On-line resources at www.sdiworld.org
MAP & DIRECTIONS
Proudly we wave the flags of The United States of America, the Episcopal Church and the Rainbow flag!
Being part of the St. Ann’s by-the-Sea
means being a part of the very special
community of Block Island.
St Ann’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church is located on beautiful Block Island. The peaceful island setting creates a relaxed worhsip environment and friendly, inviting active community. Block Island is approximately 13 miles off the coast of Rhode Island, and is a year round destination for vacationers, athletes, birders, surfers, artists, boaters and more. Block Island has two historic lighthouses, the North Light on the northern tip of the island and the Southeast Light on the Mohegan Bluffs. A large portion of the island is protected conservation land, dedicated to wildlife preservation, recreation and natural scenery preservation.
“One of the 12 Last Great Places
in the Western Hemisphere”
- the Nature Conservancy
11 sq miles of natures magestry
* 17 miles of beaches
* 400 miles of stone walls
* 2 historic lighthouses
* 365 fresh water ponds
* Sensational bird watching
* One Great Episcopal Church