Volunteer Fair: April 5 and 6
Visit service and ministry displays after all masses. Talk with people who serve and ask what you can do for your community. Win tickets to the Italian Dinner!
Lent is a season for renewal, a time to grow in relationship with God, with our selves, and with others.This year, don’t just “give up” something for Lent. Do something to nurture your own spiritual growth and renewal.
St. Anne Parish has a variety of opportunities for prayer, learning, service, and giving. Take advantage of one or more of the offerings described in our brochure.
Do something for your faith this year! It’ll make Lent—and the rest of your life— much more meaningful!
Meet our Catechumens and Candidates
Click here to meet the thirteen men and women who will be entering the Church this Easter through the Sacraments of Initiation!
New St. Anne Parish Spirituality Center Opens
The former convent will now be the setting for a variety of programs to help parishioners learn, grow in, and live out our faith. Opportunities include days of reflection, workshops, reading groups, spiritual direction, contemplative prayer and meditation.
Read about the historic building, view the Center’s schedule of programs, find out how to register or get more information.
Exploring issues of men’s lives & faith through input, discussion, reflection and prayer. Gatherings occur throughout the year. For complete listing of dates and subjects, click here.
Dates to Remember
Unless a separate number is listed, please call (206) 282-0223 or email the parish office for info or registration:email@example.com For a complete schedule of liturgies, meetings, classes, etc. in our parish life, please click the Calendar tab at the top of this page.
Mondays (every week) 7:00 pm
Young Adults (ages 18-30) Bible Study. Meets in Assembly Room. Contact Andrew Campbell: firstname.lastname@example.org Open for drop-in. No registration or fee.
Welcome Home, Returning Catholics!
If you are a Catholic who has been away from active participation in the church, welcome! We hope you will feel at home here at St. Anne.
We realize that many returning Catholics have questions about the church, its teaching and its practices. We would welcome the opportunity to meet with you, to answer your questions, and to address any concerns. Please contact the parish office at 206-282-0223 or email email@example.com. We look forward to helping you reconnect with your church community.
Here are a few of the questions frequently asked by those who are thinking about returning to active participation in the Church.
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