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.
Coming Up at St. Anne’s
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.“
“If we think about it much at all, the Book of Revelation gives us some pause and discomfort as well-behaved, reserved, decorous Anglicans. Filled with strange images and stories, it’s all a bit too hallucinatory to be entirely comfortable for us. This, it would seem, is the stuff of holy rollers and snake handlers. So how on earth—or heaven, for that matter—are we to understand this book and its messages?”
Kate’s sermon charged us all to follow our recently-confirmed students’ example: “Explore your faith. Don’t let faith be just a creed that you mutter on Sunday. Keep learning. Keep challenging your clergy with interesting questions. Ask your friends and family about their faith. And if you find a question you can’t answer, keep looking.”
Ethiopia was a Christian country before England. Christians reached China before Sweden. And today, while the Church declines in Europe and North America, it's booming in Africa and Asia. In this forum, we'll seek spiritual insights from the often-forgotten Christian traditions of Africa and Asia.