Service & Beliefs

Service Times

We would love to see you

Sundays at 12 Noon!

Welcome to St. Anthony’s – Come As You Are!

St. Anthony’s is a multi-cultural, dynamic, and engaging non-denominational church. We believe in reaching out to our community to impact the world with the good news of Jesus Christ! We want to make it easy for you to connect and build relationships. You’ll find at St. Anthony’s A City Church, there is a place for you!

Service

Sunday Service 12:00 Noon. Everyone is welcome to join us for worship service every Sunday in the St. Anthony’s beautiful sanctuary.

Our Beliefs

St. Anthony’s is a church built on the scripture of The Word of God. On mission to ensure that every man, woman and child have repeated opportunities to hear and see The Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Upcoming Events
December
  • Sunday Service

    Join us every Sunday at 12 noon.

  • Activity Night

    Every Tuesday, 5 – 8 pm in the St. Anthony’s Community Center.

    Kids Basketball 5 – 6 pm. Boys & girls, ages 12 and under. Call 585-343-1225 for a ride.

    Everyone of all ages is welcome for a time of sports, dance, art, games, ping pong, and food.

    Remedy Staffing will join us December 4th.

    There will be no Activity Night on December 25! Merry Christmas!

  • Adopt A Block

    Saturday, December 22 @ 10am

    Join us as we head out and minister to the neighborhood.

    This month we will be inviting the neighborhood to our Christmas Eve services and helping our neighbors where we can!

  • Candlelight Service

    Join us for a Candlelight Christmas Eve Service.

    6PM at The City Church

    8 PM at St. Anthony’s

January
  • Sunday Service

    Join us every Sunday at 12 noon.

  • City Church sanctuary open for prayer Noon - 7 PM

    Join us for a time of prayer January 2nd, 3rd, and 4th from Noon – 7PM at The City Church location!

  • Activity Night

    Every Tuesday, 5 – 8 pm in The St. Anthony’s Community Center.

    Kids Basketball 5 – 6 pm. Boys & girls, ages 12 and under. Call 585-343-1225 for a ride.

    Everyone of all ages is welcome for a time of sports, dance, art, games, ping pong, and food.

    There will be no Activity Night on January 1st. We hope you enjoy your New Year with your family!

    Remedy Staffing will join us January 8th!

  • Adopt A Block- closed January and February

    Adopt a Block is closed January and February!

    Join us for Adopt a Block March 23 @ 10AM at the St. Anthony’s Community Center.

Our History

November, 13, 2016 – St. Anthony’s A City Church will hold it’s first Sunday Service at 12 noon.

April 2016 – The City Church began construction to restore the St. Anthony’s buildings.

May, 20, 2016 – The City Church of 210 East Main street purchased St. Anthony’s church, parish, and community center. Once a Roman Catholic parish, now a nondenominational church of Christ.

December 2012 – it is announced that St. Anthony’s Church in Batavia is officially closing its doors after more 100 years. The final mass took place Sunday, Dec. 30. Bishop Richard Malone will came to Batavia to celebrate a closing mass on Jan. 13 2012.

2008 – Anthony’s and Sacred Heart merged in 2008 to form Ascension Parish.

1919 through 1953 – Anthony’s church was built in 1919 and then expanded in 1953.

Behind the Pulpit
 

Our Pastor

Pastor Marty Macdonald

Pastor Marty Macdonald is the Senior Pastor at St. Anthony’s Liberty Street and The City Church Main Street . He is not only a pastor, but also a conference speaker and community leader.

Through Pastor Marty’s audacious spirit to serve the local church and community, he has empowered a movement to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ through simple acts of kindness and servanthood.

He has piloted regional and global programs that focus on building a tangible faith in Christ through experiencing God’s promise for their lives.

His ministries reach countless people every week through street ministry, prison ministry, food, clothing, drug rehabilitation, bus ministry, and much more.

Pastor Marty and his wife Patti have a vision for the city of Batavia, for Western New York, and for the world to do whatever it takes to reach and teach lost souls that God has a plan and purpose for their lives.

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