Church of The Ascension 71 N Village Ave, Rockville Centre, NY11570 The Church of the Ascension is part of the world-wide Anglican Communion, which combines Catholic and reformed…More traditions, and has been at its location in Rockville Centre since 1885. The Sunday mass at 8 am is a quiet one with a brief homily. It's 10:30 am Sunday mass is more celebratory, with its large choir under the direction of Ken Dyer performing music from Gregorian chants to spiritual hymns. Sunday School at 10:15 am is headed by Sue Carley. The Church's Interim Priest-in-Charge is The Rev. Robert Herrick.
St. Mark's United Methodist Church 200 Hempstead Ave, Rockville Centre, NY11570 St. Mark's United Methodist Church opened its doors in Rockville Centre in the mid-18th century. Pastor Roger Johns, who…More has led the congregation since the 1990s, said the church is a multicultural one that opens its arms to everyone. It hosts a 10am mass on Sundays and holds a year-long sports program for children. There are no weekday masses, and the church also participates in a cooperative nursery school adjacent to the church grounds. In addition, the church hosts Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, yoga classes and boys and girls scout nights.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses 70 Vincent St, Rockville Centre, NY11570 The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses offers prayer services on Sundays at 1:15pm, a Spanish mass at 3pm and worship…More sessions Tuesday through Thursday at 7:25pm. The church also offers bible study, child care and counseling, among other programs.
St. Agnes Cathedral 29 Quealy Pl, Rockville Centre, NY11570 The St. Agnes Cathedral has a long history in Rockville Centre, dating back to 1887. The first mass was celebrated that…More year, and the original church was erected in 1904. The actual cathedral, which was constructed in a 15th century Norman Gothic style, was built 75 years ago and has been the home base for the Diocese of Rockville Centre for the past 53 years. The diocese, which encompasses Nassau and Suffolk counties, is the second largest in the country with over 370 priests, 771 religious women, 72 brothers and 250 deacons in the ministry. St. Agnes offers prayer services on Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sunday at 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m and 5 p.m.