Attention:  Calling all parishioners of St Ann Byzantine Catholic Church
We asked in a survey and You answered in a survey and
NOW is the time to step up!

On Sunday, June 5, sign up sheets were posted in the back of the church for volunteers for the return of our …
St Ann Slavic-American Festival on Saturday, August 27 from 11 am-7 pm

Please start thinking about what shift and what area that YOU would like to volunteer your time and talent!  We need all of YOU to support this wonderful event!

Shifts will be 10:30 am – 3:00 pm AND 3:00 pm – 7:30 pm.
The first shift will aid in the set up of the area. 
The second shift will aid in the clean up of the area.
(Children’s Games will run 12 pm – 6 pm with shifts of 12-2 pm, 2-4 pm and 4-6 pm.)

Areas to volunteer are the following:  Baked Goods, Bar, Beverages, Bingo, Children’s Games, Food Ticket Sales, Kitchen (servers, dish washers and dryers, etc.), Parking, Outdoor Pavilion, Potato Pancakes, Raffle Tickets,   Small Games of Chance, Take Out Food and Trash Detail.

We will also need volunteers for Clean Up – both Inside and Outside – starting on the evening of Saturday, August 27 and continuing into Sunday or Monday as needed. 

  • Slavic Festival Radio Special – Listen to this special program produced by Holy Family Radio AM 720 in Shiremastown  about our Slavic-American Festival.  Parishioners Marie Nester and Joe Aponick were interviewed by host Joe Nebistinsky. Click here to listen.
  • Mary, Protectress and Refuge of All – A Call to Prayer – Sunday August 21, 2022. A day long pilgrimage will be held at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church, Centralia, PA. At Noon a Hierarchical Divine Liturgy will be held, 5:00 p.m. Candlelight Procession and Moleben. Click here for more information
  • House Blessing – To have your home blessed, call the church office at 717-652-1415 or Father Taras at 717-525-2909 to arrange a time. I hope to bless everyone’s house.     Fr. Taras
  • St. Ann’s Gift and Book Shop is open Sundays between Divine Liturgies.