Welcome to St. Anne's!
Founded for positive change during the civil rights era, St. Anne’s continues to be an energetic and welcoming faith community seeking to live into the Gospel by loving one another and accepting people where they are regardless of identity, labels, and backgrounds. -a St. Anne's parishioner
We hope you will find, as we do, “…there’s a sweet, sweet, Spirit in this place.”
8:30 am - Holy Eucharist Rite II
Sunday, 10/30/16, Pentecost 24
DURING THE WEEK
HOW TO FIND US
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Parking: The main parking lot is on Fairlawn Drive.
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GET TO KNOW US
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Knowing that all things come from God, we seek to manifest the love of Christ through worship, justice, and community.
10/30 Pentecost 24
Rev. Earnest Graham,Celebrant/Preacher
10AM ONE SERVICE ONLY
News and Events
St. Anne’s Transition Notes
In late August St. Anne’s Rector, Lawrence Womack, was called to a church in Brooklyn, NY which left St. Anne’s without a Rector. The St. Anne’s Vestry is working to identify an Interim Rector for St. Anne’s by Advent 2016. In the meantime St. Anne’s has an excellent array of Supply Clergy available to fill the pulpit on various Sundays until the Interim Rector arrives. This list includes The Rev. Dr. Fred Horton, The Rev. Doug Bailey, The Rev. James Franklin and the Rev. Canon Earnest Graham. A Search Committee for a new Rector will be formed soon. Please contact Ron Sigrist, Senior Warden if you need additional information.
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