Welcome to St. Anne's Church!
Our Mission: St. Anne's is a Bible-based Anglican church dedicated to healing, discipling and serving through Jesus Christ.
St. Anne's Church is a part of the Anglican Church in North America.
+ We are: Global - part of the Anglican Communion of some 80+ million members in around 156 countries world-wide.
+ We are: Historical - our churches are overseen by bishops who are in succession with bishops all the way back to the Apostles of Jesus.
+ We are: Biblical - the Bible is the ultimate authority for our beliefs, and one is not required to believe anything that cannot be proven from the Scriptures as an article of the Faith or that which is required for salvation.
+ We seek: to incorporate the best of both the Protestant (Christian denominations, independent and non-denominational churches), and the Catholic (Roman Catholic, Orthodox) traditions. We are more than just three songs and a sermon, and more than cold formalism. You'll find a contemporary worship with a connection to the ancient worship styles of the first 1600 years of Church History. Our worship is not preacher-focused, it is Jesus-focused. You get a sense of the awe and majesty of God as the service celebrates the whole story of God's saving work in the world.
+What to expect when you come to St. Anne's:
*There is no "dress code;" come as you are.
* Stop by our Welcome Center for a visitors bag.
* Our services allow you to participate in our liturgy (well-organized service). We have readings and a relevant teaching from the Bible each Sunday. We have a spoken service with no music (8 a.m.) and a service with choir, hymns and contemporary songs (10:30 a.m.). We have a service in Spanish at 1 p.m.
* Your children will be well taken care of in our Nursery and Sunday School. (Pagers are given out to parents who leave their child in the Nursery.)
* You will not be singled out in the service as a visitor, but we would like to invite you to our Parish Hall following the service to meet with our Pastor (Rector) and other parish members during our "Coffee & Fellowship" time.
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What is new at St. Anne's?
This Sunday (3/26) Fr. Roger will be preaching on the subject "What is God looking for when He sees you?" Join us at the 8 or 10:30 services.
The Feasts of the Old Testament class is every Wednesday at either 1:30 or 7:15 P.M. This video class by Dr. Sam Nadler, a former Jew who has become a Christian, has some great insights into the feasts of the Old Testament and how they relate to Jesus as the Messiah. All are welcome.
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER SERVICES
Palm Sunday (4/9) - This celebration of the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem will be at all three Sunday Services.
Maundy Thursday (4/13) - This celebration features Jesus giving his followers two commandments at the Last Supper (serving and Holy Communion). There will be two services this night 6:00 P.M. (Spanish) and 7:30 P.M. (English).
Good Friday (4/14) - This remembrance of the crucifixion of Jesus will be Noon and 7:30 P.M. (English) and 6 and 9 P.M. (Spanish).
Easter Sunday (4/16) - This exciting celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus will feature a special message by Fr. Roger Grist and awesome Easter music. The service times are 8 & 10:30 (English) and 1 P.M. (Spanish) with an Easter Egg hunt for the kids after the two later services. Adventure Kids and Nursery care at all three services.
ADVENTURE KIDS (SUNDAY SCHOOL)
Our exciting new program for children and youth (k-6th grade) is held each Sundays. The Adventure begins in the Children's Chapel at 10:30 A.M. Children join their parents for Communion toward the end of the service.
Food Drive for Community Link: We are continuing to ask our families to donate non-perishable food items for the Community Link Food Bank. Donations may be brought to the church.
St. Deborah's Guild - Third Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. (except in summer)
This women's group meets for study, fellowship, and outreach. All women are invited.
Sunday Morning Bible Study
Fr. Roger leads a verse-by verse study of the Book of Genesis Sundays at 9:15 a.m. in the Parish Hall. All are welcome.
St. Anne's Orientation Class
Anyone interested in finding out more about the distinctives of St. Anne's church, including membership requirements, ministries, service opportunities and general church information is invited to attend this monthly one-hour class. It is usually held on the last Sunday of the month at Noon (check the church calendar tab on this website to confirm the date).
Catch the Vision- This gathering is for those who are either new to St. Anne's or who want to get a better understanding about our church history, customs, symbols and our Faith. This Saturday class goes from 9-11 at the church. Catch the Vision also serves as our membership and Confirmation class. All are welcome. Stay tuned for the next session. Reservations are required. Check the calendar tab on this website to find out the date of the next class.
Cursillo Reunion Group - Anyone who has been on a Cursillo weekend or anyone who is interested in talking about piety, study and action as part of their spiritual lives is welcome to join. For times and dates contact Fr. Roger Grist at 817-237-1888.
Misa in Espanol cada Domingo a la uno (1 p.m.)
The public is invited to all services and events.
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