Welcome to St. Anne Parish

 A Light on the Hill for 110 Years and for Generations to Come!

Mass schedule
  Saturday 5:00pm    Sunday 8:00am & 10:00 am

Weekdays:  8:45 am  Mass or Communion Service
Weekday Services in Chapel
Confession/Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:30pm
Contemplative Prayer Tuesdays 7:00pm - House of Prayer

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Map and directions

Don't miss this opportunity!
"The Gosepl of Mark"
A five-week study with Ron Ryan, D. Min.
Thursdays, June 14 - July 12
St. Anne House of Prayer
Click Here for more information

   


 

Journey with Jesus
with our
Stations of the Cross
 

 

 

  
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                       We're here for you!                      

To arrange for:

~ Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
~ Sacrament of Baptism

~ Sacrament of Marriage
~ Funeral Service

please call parish office at (206) 282-0223

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Check out our:
 


St. Anne Parish Prayer

Stories of Stewardship

Our Parish Book of Thanksgiving

Our church is accessible for mobility impaired persons and equipped with listening assistive devices. 
Please ask an ush
er for assistance.

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          Social Justice Updates
To submit infomation contact: judy@stanneseattle.org

     Click here  for some ways to tap into the joy of
   being a neighbor to those in need of good neighbors


Coming May 24 to The Well:
Raising White Kids: 
An Anti-Racism Conversation for All of Us

           with Rev. Dr. Jennifer Harvey
click here for information on program and tickets

 

 


New!  APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION
OF THE HOLY FATHER, FRANCIS

GAUDETE ET EXSULTATE
[ "Rejoice and be glad"]

ON THE CALL TO HOLINESS IN TODAY'S WORLD
Click on title for link to English text


 Click this logo for more information:
a global Catholic campaign
of compassion and support

 

 

 

Click here to learn...
Why Catholics advocate for Dreamers
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 Action updates from U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops 
 

 



 


Please Pray for Ron Ryan

Rosary--Wednesdays after Mass--Chapel (9:15 am)

Ron's Letter to the Parish 

Link to Ron's "CaringBridge" site

 

2018 Financial Stewardship Commitment
(Click on logo below) 
 


  







 

St. Anne Parish
GIVING BOOK

Read descriptions of the ministries and services
- at home and abroad - supported by generosity of the people who are
St. Anne Parish Community,
with calendar of special collections & pledge drives
(Click on tree to read)
 

From Pope Francis:
POPE FRANCIS' APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION
AMORIS LÆTITIA   ON LOVE IN THE FAMILY

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Pope Francis' Encyclical  Laudato Si'
On care for our common home

Click here (English version)

 

New & Now


Celebrating 110 Years of Our Parish History!
Click here to read

 

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 St. Anne Parish's
      Community Ministry:

   "Martha's Workers"

ALL parishioners, big and small, are members of "Martha's Workers" outreach to
our hungry brothers and sisters.     
Help when & however you can:

 Every Monday, 8:30 a.m. 
Help make 500 sandwiches for delivery to local shelters - meet in the Assembly Room, near  W. Lee St. entrance to the church.
Drivers needed: to deliver sand-wiches to shelters on Mondays;  or to pick up donated food from local grocers to deliver to shelters
Can you help out once in a while?
Call Nancy at 283-3763


 More ways to take part  in our parish outreach ministry:
Bring large-size containers of
* canned  tuna,
* peanut butter
*jam or jelly
* mayo or pickle relish
to any entrance at any Mass


To assist those affected by natural disaster or human-made tragedy, please send your kind donation to
Catholic Charities USA
For secure online donations: catholiccharitiesusa.org  

Links to Archdiocese / Programs

 Letter from Seattle Bishops regarding DACA
("Dreamers" Immigrant Status)
and actions we can take immediately

Click here for Bishops' letter
Click here for action link

 


Safe Environment Program
Protecting our children & vulnerable adults




 

Visit Catholic Community Services of Western Washington at:  www.ccsww.org
  Facebook: CCSWW 

Washington State
Catholic Conference

represents the bishops of the three dioceses in Wash. on public policy issues. They post regular updates on actions WE can take to support our Catholic values and stand for those who need our voice before our state legislature.