Times of Worship at Saint Anns
8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II
(Fifth Sunday of the month) Morning Prayer/Holy Eucharist
9:30 a.m. Adult Christian Formation
(September – May)
10:00 Godly Play and Nursery Care
11:30am Holy Eucharist (Thursday)
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About Our Services:
The main service of worship on Sundays is the Holy Eucharist.
Holy Eucharist Rite I is celebrated at the 8:30 service. Music is played at the offertory (September-June) A closing hymn is sung.
Holy Eucharist Rite II is celebrated at the 10:30 service, and the service is complemented with organ and choir. The Fifth Sunday of the month, we worship with the service of Morning Prayer/Holy Communion. Church School is conducted from 10:00 until approximately 11:15, and students join the Congregation at ‘The Peace’ and for a ‘moment’ with the clergy before the Eucharistic feast. Nursery care is provided for those who chose us as we always welcome all people into the sanctuary for the service.
It is customary for the congregation to prepare for worship in quiet and personal prayer. All are encouraged to come to receive a blessing at the altar or to receive Holy Communion.
Also on Sundays:
The Griswold Forum is held in the church’s Griswold Room from 9:30 to 10:15am September-May. This forum is designed for all non-Godly Play and Church formation ages as we address varying issues of Christian faith in the present context of world issues.
A Fellowship Hour follows the 10:30 service in the Griswold Room. Hospitality is very important to us. We invite everyone to join in this opportunity gather as the renewed body of Christ.
Holy Baptism is celebrated primarily at regular services on designated Sundays throughout the Church Year. Candidates of any age should meet with the parish clergy for preparation. To arrange for a baptism, please contact the parish office. If you would like information regarding Confirmation, Marriage, or Burial, please contact the Parish Administrator (email@example.com) 860.434.1621.