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2019 Kelli 5k Run/Walk Registration is Open!

In the spring of 2010, the world lost a brave 10 year old girl after a difficult battle with cancer. Kelli Hutchison inspired her friends both young and old to be courageous and never give up. To remember and honor her,  Kelli’s friends  host a 5 Kilometer (3.1 mile) walking and running event  at the Windham High School in Windham, Maine.   Proceeds from the…

Holy Week Schedule

April 14, Palm Sunday 8:00am/10:00am procession & distribution of palms and dramatic reading of the Passion April 18, Maundy Thursday 5:30pm Seder Service & Meal with Gospel & Washing of the Feet in the undercroft followed by 6:30pm Communion & Stripping of the Altar in the Sanctuary April 19, Good Friday 12:00pm Church opens for private meditation 3:00pm Stations of the Cross…

Christmas Eve Services

4:00 pm: features the K-5 children playing out the story of JOSEPH & MARY as they arrive in BETHLEHEM by the light of a shining star followed by shepherds while angels sing. Can you even imagine being there? Well, St. Ann’s sweet children will lead you right to the lowly manger! You may even hear violins and a viola played by talented…

St. Ann’s Essentials Pantry ~ A ministry of Christian hospitality and service to the community of Windham/Raymond

The pantry is an Outreach Ministry supported by *donations from our congregation, area churches, benevolent community members, businesses, and organizations. Items distributed are those not covered under the federal food stamp program or EBT card. Items vary each month depending on supplies. To register, bring a utility bill with name and address as proof of residency in the Windham/Raymond area. Fill in…

The Liberating (and Challenging) Love of God

Mary Lee and the Presiding Bishop after the installation. by the Rev. Mary Lee Wile, Deacon St. Paul’s, Brunswick My very first auditory memory involves lying on the wooden pew in St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Evanston, Illinois, listening to the sound of the liturgy wash over me. I’ve spent my life as an Episcopalian, and now serve as a deacon here…