Our parish has been the center of Maronite spiritual and cultural activity in Scranton since
its founding in 1903, and remains a vibrant community committed to worship of God in the
ancient Syro-Maronite Antiochene Rite, which originated in Antioch
where Saint Peter was the first Bishop, and which still preserves its ancient roots
with the use of Syriac (Aramaic) for the most sacred parts of the Eucharistic Liturgy.
Saint Ann Maronite Church
Pastor: Very Reverend Francis J. Marini
Reverend Subdeacon: Robert G. Rade
Reverend Subdeacon: Said J. Douaihy
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays: 9:00 am
Saturdays - 4:30 pm
Sundays - 11:00 am
2014 Lebanese Heritage Festival
Sunday September 14, 2014
12 noon - 7:00 pm
Food, featuring: Homemade Lebanese Specialties such as:
Baked Kibbee, Chicken Kabobs, Lamb Kabobs, Grape Leaves, Green Beans & Rice, Hashweh,
Spinach Pies, Cucumbers & Yogurt, Hummus, Tabouli, Mezza, Porketta Sandwiches, fresh baked Zaatar bread..
Assorted Lebanese Pastries
Coffee • Lebanese (Turkish) Coffee • Water • Soda • Seltzer • Beer and Wine
White Elephant Sale, Auction / Raffle Baskets, Lebanese Photo Booth, 50/50 raffle, Instant Bingo,
Lebanese Souvenir and Gift Shop
"" New this year **
Lebanese Photo Booth- "Open Air" Professional Photo Kiosk, Middle Eastern backdrop setting,
Middle Eastern Clothing and props. Custom branded photos printed and sold on site.
Ours is the original and best Lebanese festival in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and attracts many people who patronize this
family-oriented event to experience our Lebanese culture. We welcome you to come and share in the fun, music, dance,
basket raffle, games, festivities and, of course, our delicious homemade Lebanese Food.