The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island named the Rev. Roger Joslin as vicar of both Church of the Redeemer in Mattituck and Holy Trinity Church in Greenport, establishing a North Fork Episcopal Ministries that will explore the potential for a Hispanic ministry in the area. READ
For the third year in a row, the Rev. Jimmy Smiley of Reel For God Outreach Ministries and his wife, Caprice, will provide free Thanksgiving meals at Holy Trinity Church in Greenport.
The following is The Suffolk Times’ annual listing of Christmas services and special events hosted by local churches.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and volunteers at the Holy Trinity Church in Greenport is using this holiday season as a chance to give back.
The church will open its doors Wednesday morning for a free feast open to anyone in the community. READ
Alan Stewart and Rebekah White rehearse a scene from Northeast Stage’s production of the J. M. Barrie play ‘Dear Brutus.’ (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
A mysterious dinner party offers characters opportunities to remake their lives. Northeast Stage’s production of the J.M. Barrie play ‘Dear Brutus’ will be held April 10-12 and 17-19 at Holy Trinity Church in Greenport.
The play’s name — in which dinner party guests take a walk in an enchanted wood and have a chance to live out their dreams — is taken from the Shakespeare line ‘The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves … ‘ (more…)
The cast of “Shakespeare: Tales & Tempests” presented by Northeast Stage. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Something wonderful is growing in Greenport! Northeast Stage, now 30 years old, has been quietly building a body of exceptional work, presenting both classic and modern plays in the Holy Trinity Church hall during the winter and free Shakespearean performances in Greenport’s Mitchell Park in the summer. All are produced by Amie Sponza. (more…)
The 2011 Shrove Tuesday ham dinner in 2011 hosted by Holy Trinity Church in Greenport. (Credit: Courtesy, file)
Tuesday, March 4, at 6 p.m.: Shrove Tuesday ham dinner at Holy Trinity Church, 768 Main St., Greenport. Baked ham with raisin sauce, homemade pea soup, sides, beverages and desserts. Donation: $25; $10, children under 12; children under 5 free. Group seating available. Carla, 477-0855.
Mary Vienneau and Bob Kaplan rehearse a scene from ‘Hay Fever’ at Holy Trinity Church in Greenport.
Northeast Stage presents “Hay Fever” by Noel Coward at Holy Trinity Church in Greenport beginning Friday night, Nov. 8. The adaptation of Noel Coward’s classic comedy, now set on the North Fork, features family and house guests combining in a comedy of bad manners and unexpected connections.
James Pritchard is the director.
Tickets are $15. Email [email protected] or visit northeaststage.org for more information.