Welcome to St. Anne’s.
We are a vibrant and loving Christian community, where we grow through ministries that challenge our minds, feed our souls, and open our hearts. The light and seasonal beauty of the natural world draw us into worship as we hear God’s word and share the mystery of Christ’s presence together.
Worship with us. Then go with us as we are sent into the world, strengthened for the work of transformation.
How can we reimagine the ancient commandment to “remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” for our modern lives? What does it mean to rest and to take time to pray and to play? Join us to explore these questions at our 9am Adult Forum.
Join our Climate Justice Ministry for supper at 6:30 pm and a 7pm screening of A Concerned Citizen. A Concerned Citizen documents the work of Dr. Riki Ott, a whistleblower who predicted the Exxon Valdez oil spill hours before it happened and came to the aid of her Alaskan community in their battle for fair compensation for their loss of health and income.
How has the digital age enabled us to connect with one another more easily than ever before? And how has it kept us from connecting with one another at all? Join us for a conversation about conversation—with ourselves, our families, our communities, and God—at our 9am Adult Forum.
What’d You Miss?
“Perhaps that’s the question that Jesus gives to the crowd: ‘What are you carrying? How’s that working for you?’ And tucked within it is an invitation to carry the cross. Perhaps Jesus knows that we, as humans, don’t have a choice about carrying things. But maybe we do have a choice about what we carry.”
“Idolatry isn’t as hot a topic for us today as it was in Jeremiah’s time. I doubt that very many of us in this room have been tempted more than once a twice, for example, to sacrifice a bull before a statue of the god Baal. But the problem with idolatry isn’t really a problem of how you worship; it’s a problem of what you worship, what it is that you consider to be most worthy. And in that sense, I do think that there are idols that we worship in our society today.”