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Life within ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH includes numerous ministries supported by its parishioners. Among them are:
HOLY EUCHARIST is provided for all baptized Christian believers. The work of the parish is srengthened by fellowship with Jesus Christ through His body and blood in the Eucharist. Because this fellowship is so vital to Christian life, clergy and eucharistic ministers take the Sacrament to sick and shut-ins of the parish.
MUSIC MINISTRY creates a spirit of praise and thanksgiving with both traditional and contemporary music during worship.
ANNIE AND TIM'S UNITED BLUEGRASS GOSPEL BAND provides additional opportunities for giving the Lord praise and thanks through music.
YOUTH MINISTRY is alive and part of the overall ministry of the parish. The youth participate in outreach diocesan ministries helping the needy and performing services vital to the total mission Christ's Church. The youth participate with parish organizations to support the life and growth of St. Anne's.
SPIRITUAL GROWTH is fostered in the congregation by providing access to seminars and conferences for all members of the parish. These educational opportunities provide learning and growth in our Lord Jesus Christ.
SUNDAY SCHOOL is the begining of Christian growth for the young. At St. Anne's, Sunday worship includes a child-oriented lesson during MASS.
THE SICK AND SHUT-IN MINISTRY at St. Anne's is very impotant. No one is forgotten just because he cannot come to church. Those who are involved with this ministry are faithful in responding to the needs of those who are not able to attend church. The Sacrament is taken to the sick and shut-in so no one breaks fellowship with our Lord.
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN (ECW) is an organization within the Church that unites all women through worship, service, study and fellowship. Each woman of St. Anne's Church is a member of the ECW and is welcome to participate in all of its programs. Through the ECW, we are connected to other Episcopal women from our region, the Diocese and the Anglican Church world wide.
THE ORDER OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE KING (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. They have made a commitment to Jesus as Savior, and follow Him as Lord of their lives.
BIBLE STUDY is held every Wednesday evening beginning at 5:30 P.M. and is led by the Rector.