As we go through life transitions, many of us find we need to let go of ministries that once defined our Christian identities but which we’re no longer able to take on. Join us for a conversation about how to live out an active Christian faith at all stages of life.
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.
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 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 us in Flint Hall at 9am for an informal conversation to get to know our new rector.
Join our Climate Justice Ministry for supper at 6:30 pm and a 7pm screening of Redefining Prosperity. “Once a place whose essence was individualism, competition and extractive industries, Nevada City is now moving toward a future of solidarity, stewardship, and livelihoods based on renewable resources, husbandry and sustainability.“
The Nicaraguan political crisis of 2018 killed 317 people and had disastrous economic consequences. On May 19, we’ll be joined by Sarah Woodard of the Center for Development in Central America (CDCA), a community that works to alleviate poverty and encourages sustainable economic development, organic agriculture, education, and health care. Sarah will be introduced by Grace Sweetser, a young adult who grew up at St. Anne’s and spent six months working with CDCA.
Together with St. John’s Episcopal Church in Beverly Farms and NuDay Syria, the Church Service League of St. Anne’s has collaborated with the Syrian Refugee Mission of the North Shore to support the Future Generation High School for Girls at Samarda, Syria. Guest speakers from St. John’s will join us to discuss their work on this important cause.
This year’s half-day Eucharist Retreat is planned as preparation for a First Eucharist, and also for all children who’d like to bake bread with us! We’ll see a presentation called “The Origin of the Eucharist” and a have a visit with Kate at the altar rail. We will make Eucharist bread for Sunday services, as well as flowers arrangements and candles for the opening procession on March 31 at the 10 am service.
Join the Climate Justice Ministry for Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock. Awake captures the story of Native-led defiance that forever changed the fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet.