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Queens Deanery #5

  • American Martyrs, Bayside
  • Holy Family, Flushing
  • Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, Bayside
  • Our Lady of the Snows, Floral Park
  • Sacred Heart, Bayside
  • St. Anastasia, Douglaston
  • St. Gregory the Great, Bellerose
  • St. Josaphat, Bayside
  • St. Kevin, Flushing
  • St. Robert Bellarmine, Bayside

Attention Teens: A New Youth Group is Forming

There is a new Youth Group in the formation stages right now for our Parish. If you are in 8th grade this year or in High School already this should be of interest. It will be fun!

There will be more information available in the coming weeks, so please watch the bulletin each week for updates. We will be looking for volunteer teens, and some volunteer teen parents to help chaperone upcoming events.

Easy English Classes Resume

Would you or someone you know like to become more comfortable speaking English?

Do you want to lose your accent, increase your vocabulary, improve your pronunciation or simply practice speaking in English?

You can do all of that in a friendly, relaxed setting when Easy English classes resume for the fall season on Wednesday, September 28, 2016.

Classes will again be held each Wednesday afternoon at 1:15 PM right here at the Saint Anastasia Parish Center at the corner of Northern Boulevard and 245th St. (Rev. John J. Gribbon Way). Sessions are one and a half hours long. There is no charge and everyone is welcome.

If you have any questions, call the office at (718) 631-4454.

Spring Soccer Champions

girlsspring2016 boysspring2016Congratulations to the St. Anastasia Boys’ Midget soccer team. The Diocesan Spring Championship was claimed with a nail biting victory over Saint Luke’s in double overtime! And congratulations to the St. Anastasia Girl’s Intermediate soccer team. The Diocesan Spring Championship was also claimed with a nail biting victory over Our Lady of Hope in overtime! Congratulations boys and girls!

Generations of Faith Campaign Capital Improvements

We are pleased to announce that after the weeks of work the restoration of the front of the church has been completed. Due to your generosity in the Generations of Faith Campaign the return of the initial funds enabled us to complete this project.

Necessary asbestos removal has been done in preparation for the installation of a new boiler in the convent, .

This week we have begun work on the restoration of the doors of the Church.

Grateful thanks to all of you who made this possible by your campaign pledges.

Religious Education 2016 – 2017 Academic Year

St. Anastasia Parish
Religious Education

2016-2017 Academic Year

For your convenience we offer the following choices of registration for grades 1st through 8th Wednesday religious instruction classes:

  • Grades 1 to 4: afternoons Wednesdays, 2:30 – 4:00 PM
  • Grades 5 to 8: evenings Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:15 PM
  1. For new students who have never attended our program in the past, In-Person Registration is important. Please send an email or call the above number with a convenient time for you. We will be happy to schedule an appointment.
  2. For those students who have been registered this past academic year, prefilled forms will be mailed to your home in during the month of July.
  3. Registration Forms and Information are also available on our website at anytime.

Once we have received your registration, you will be receiving notification to confirm your request. In this mailing you will receive a calendar and early release – bus information if requested. This mailing will be made in early September 2016. Religious education classes do not begin until the last Wednesday of September.

St. Anastasia Parish

Email – dre@stanastasia.info
Phone 718- 225-5191

Welcome Father Mark Bristol

Father Mark Bristol2016-1We rejoice-and joyously welcome Father Mark Bristol, recently ordained last Saturday, June 4th to St. Anastasia Parish. Father is 31 years old is a Brooklyn born native. The youngest of 4 children, he was born to immigrant parents from Guyana, South America. He discerned the call to the priesthood while serving in the U.S. Navy. He has been assigned for a period of five years, after which he will begin to serve as a Catholic Chaplin in the Navy.