Employment Opportunity

We are looking for an Administrative Assistant.

Under the supervision of the Rector, the Parish Administrative Assistant provides general office support to the parish, staff, congregation and committees, in order to support the ministries and mission of St. Ann’s Episcopal Church. This work includes, but is not limited to: data and records management, phone and email support, supplies and inventory management, communications work, managing use of church space by parish and outside groups, supporting church ministries and committees and collaborating with volunteers. The Parish Administrative Assistant will be a resource person for both members and non-members, and a welcoming and responsive presence in our church’s office.

This is a 19 hour per week part-time, salaried position. Schedule to be determined in collaboration with the Rector. Compensation: $12,000, 2 weeks paid vacation, and paid federal holidays.

Prior office experience, including communications, is required. Experience in a church or other ministry setting is preferred. Associate’s degree in administration, communications, office support, or related area, is desired.

To apply, send resume and cover letter detailing your interpersonal communication strengths and record-keeping experience to

Book Study

We will be doing a 6 session study on the book Life of the Beloved by Henry Nouwen. 

The Thursday Study will meet at 6 pm beginning 2/13. 

The Sunday Study will meet at 11 am beginning 2/16.

Please sign up in the parish hall or contact the parish office by Sun, 2/2 if you need a book.

""All I want to say to you is, 'You are the Beloved, ' and all I hope is that you can hear these words as spoken to you with all the tenderness and force that love can hold. My only desire is to make these words reverberate in every corner of your being - 'You are the Beloved.'"" "This personal witness to a God who calls us the Beloved is the fruit of a long friendship between journalist-writer Fred Bratman and Henri Nouwen. Henri is trying to respond to Fred's concern to live a spiritual life in the midst of a very secular world. A remarkable aspect of this book is that while Henri writes to a personal friend, he in fact found a language that speaks clearly and convincingly to all who search for the Spirit of God in the world." "Here is a ringing affirmation that everyone is loved by God and can enjoy "the life of the beloved." It reveals the wonders of the spiritual journey and renews the fire of faith.

Notice of Annual Meeting

Our Annual Meeting will take place on Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 8:50 am for the purpose of voting on one resolution and electing individuals to serve on Vestry.  Polls will open at 7 am. 

Men's Group

Men’s Group will meets once a month on Saturday (normally the 1st Sat) at 8:30 amThe next meeting is Sat, 2/1.  Come and enjoy some food, teaching, fellowship, and discussion.  We will be discussing men's issues in the community and the church, how we  are doing as a man, husband and dad, and evaluate where we stand in our duties and how we can grow with the help of the group, our church, and our Lord. 

Morning Prayer w/Exposition and Benediction

Morning Prayer with Benediction will be celebrated at 10 am.  The next service is Thursday 2/6. This will be a combination of quiet meditation and prayer before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and Morning Prayer, concluding with Benediction.

Ash Wednesday Services

Ash Wednesday is February 26  We will celebrate Holy Eucharist with the Imposition of Ashes at Noon and 6:30 pm.

Lenten Retreat: Friday 3/13 & Saturday, 3/14

Lenten Healing and Reconciliation Service:  Friday, 3/13 at 6:00 pm

Lenten Reflection:  Saturday, 3/14 at 4:00pm

Lenten Supper:  Saturday, 3/14 at 5:00 pm

Lenten Taize Prayer Service: Saturday, 3/14 at 6:00 pm

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross will be celebrated on the Fridays of Lent at 6:00 pm.

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