Welcome to St. Anne’s!
Our faith community welcomes you! We are a vibrant, friendly parish, steeped in tradition while following the Holy Spirit into the future. We strive to be Christ’s hands and compassionate heart in this world and invite you to join us. As well as Sunday worship and hospitality, there are many opportunities for fellowship and activities during the week. We look forward to meeting you!
Sunday Morning Service
Spring is in the air! And we decided to change our Sunday service start time to 9:00 a.m., beginning on May 26 — Memorial Weekend.
The Sunday service time will remain at 9:00 a.m. until Thanksgiving weekend, then on Dec. 1, will switch back to 10:00 a.m. Confused? Don’t worry — we will keep you informed as each change approaches.
It’s our hope that these two different seasonal times will make Sunday morning worship more convenient.
Please call for more information: 454-8016.
Sunday, June 9 is the Day of Pentecost, which begins the church season of Pentecost. The Holy Day of Pentecost commemorates the event in the history of the early church when the Holy Spirit descended upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus after the Resurrection. According to the Book of Acts in the New Testament, the disciples were all gathered together, when the entire house filled with a roaring sound. And then “tongues like fire” rested on each one of them and they were filled with the Holy Spirit. As incredible as it sounds, this was the beginning of the Church.
Pentecost is a celebration of the gifts we each are given by the Third Person of the Trinity — the Holy Spirit. Jesus says at the Last Supper, that he will not leave us orphaned, but God will send an Advocate to be with us, and within us, always.
The color for the day is red, symbolizing the fire.