St Ann’s annual fair features crafts, candy, a cookie walk, green holiday arrangements, wreaths, a jewelry boutique, baked goods and more.
The Eucharist, or “Mass” includes communion where all are welcome at the table of the Lord, as well as readings, the Gospel, and a sermon. Our 8 am service is more contemplative, our 10 am service is more celebratory. The Eucharist is celebrated by our priest, deacon, and lay leaders. Children’s Sunday is celebrated at the the 10am service on the first…
Join us between services for coffee or tea and goodies. Members sign up with Kris Kloza to host specific Sundays, so if you are interested in hosting please contact her.
The holiday season can be hectic and difficult for people. For some it is emotionally wrenching due to loss of one or more loved ones. These days, for all of us it seems to just be a very hectic time of year that can seem devoid of the very spirit the season should instill in us. Please join us for this quiet…
Taizé is a lay led worship service designed to bring participants closer to God. It uses repeated chanted prayers and singing mixed with scripture readings and periods of silence. The service originated in a monastic community in France.
Led by Kim Wallace, this group meets on Thursday mornings at 10:30 via zoom. Anyone is welcome to join. Please contact Kim to be added to the zoom invitation and for information on their current book. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
The vestry is the governing body of St Ann’s. Vestry meets in the undercroft every month to hear reports and transact the business of the church. Meetings are generally around 90 minutes long and all are welcome to attend. If you wish to have floor privileges please contact our senior warden, Catherine Ryder, in advance.
This meal, sponsored by local churches and Wayside Soup Kitchen in Portland, is hosted at St Ann’s every 3rd and 4th Thursday at 5:30pm. Enter through the double doors facing the playground. Staffed alternately by members of St Ann’s and Faith Lutheran churches.
For all of you who are not familiar with Morning Prayer, it’s a beautiful service. Jesus sometimes taught, sometimes prayed, sometimes healed and sometimes Jesus broke bread. Jesus did not say the only way to me is through communion. The service typically includes readings from the Old and New Testaments, a Gospel reading, a sermon, and prayers. We invite you to join…
The fourth Sunday of the month is a large group lesson for youth of all ages based on the Beatitudes alongside the regular nursery service.