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  • Christmas Dinner


    November 4, 2022


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  • Proclaiming God’s Word


    October 27, 2022

    A Virtual Workshop for Lectors

    Saturday, November 12 at 10:30am

     

    Presenters: Corinna Laughlin, Director of Liturgy at St. James Cathedral and Jim Russell, Coordinator of Lectors at St. John, Seattle

    In this interactive online training, parish lectors will have an opportunity to hone their skills as together we reflect on the importance of the Word of God in the liturgy and learn practical tips to prepare and proclaim the Scripture in our parishes. Whether you’re a veteran lector, just starting out, or still thinking about it, you are invited to take advantage of one of two opportunities to go deeper. This workshop is FREE – registration required.

    For questions or to register, please contact Jennifer Day in the Liturgy Office of the Archdiocese of Seattle, jennifer.day@seattlearch.org, 206-654-4652.


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  • All Souls Day, Wednesday, November 2


    October 21, 2022

    Altar of Remembrance

    For All Souls Day, we will again have our Altar of Remembrance under the crucifix. Everyone is invited to bring pictures of their loved ones who have died to be placed on this Altar. These pictures can then remain there for all of November until Advent and be a sacred place in the midst of our community. Our parish Book of the Dead will also be beside this Altar for you to enter the names of those who have died.

    6:30 pm Service of Reflection

    7:00 pm All Souls Day Mass

    If you have questions about the Altar of Remembrance, please do not hesitate to call Carol Ford (206-281-5920) or Monica Bradley (206-286-7694)


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  • Presentation on the Rosary


    October 14, 2022

    Join us for a Presentation on the Rosary

    Sunday, October 23rd after 10 AM Mass

    Assembly Room
    Why do we pray? Is anyone listening? What does the church teach us about prayer? Learn how prayer can improve your faith and life directly from the teachings of St. Dominic, St. JP2, and Our Lady herself. The St. Anne rosary group will lead a discussion about prayer, please join us and other fellow parishioners after Mass in the Assembly Room. We’d love to see you there!

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  • Young Adult Fall Retreat


    October 14, 2022

    "Is Life Worth Living?"

    Young Adult Retreat

    House of Prayer 
    Sunday, October 23rd
    11:30 am – 5pm 
    Join us after the 10am Mass for a time of reflection and formation. The St Anne Young Adults are hosting a retreat delving into faith and it’s application and implications in our lives. There will be time for reflection, adoration, and discussion, and lunch will be provided. We hope to see you there! Recommended donation is $10 through Venmo.
    *Participant age range is 21-35

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  • Alpha


    September 1, 2022

    Join a Conversation

     

    Tuesdays, October 4th – December 13th, 2022
    7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
    St. Anne’s Nartex

    We’ve been speaking about it for a long time and the moment is finally here! Alpha is great place to invite and accompany a friend who is curious about faith or religion. What’s wonderful about Alpha is that it provides a warm space for everyone.  Alpha invites guests from all backgrounds to share a meal and conversation around some of life’s biggest questions.  It is designed to provide guests an opportunity to connect with one another while sharing thoughts, ideas, and opinions in a safe and caring environment. Alpha helps bring people together while providing the chance to encounter Jesus.  Love Listens. Join the conversation.

    The same Alpha content is run all over the world, by Christians of all traditions, sharing the good news of Jesus. Find out more about Alpha in the Catholic Context and what church pastors have to say about Alpha.

    Each session has 3 key ingredients:

    Connection
    Whether it’s a group of friends gathered around a kitchen table or a quick online catch-up, times of connecting are important. All sessions start with a time of connection over a meal to relax and build friendships.

    Content
    The Alpha talks are designed to engage people from all walks of life and inspire conversation. They explore the big issues of life and faith and unpack the basics of Christian belief, addressing questions like “Who is Jesus?”, “Why and how do I pray?”, and “How does God guide us?”

    Conversation
    One of the most important parts of any Alpha is the chance to share thoughts and ideas on the topic in a small group format. Guests hear from others and have an opportunity to contribute/share in a judgment-free environment.


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