The purpose of this ministry is to provide an avenue for young families within the parish to grow in friendship and community with one another, offering support and encouragement to both parents and children as they walk along their spiritual journey. All families with children from infancy through elementary school are invited to participate in this ministry. By fostering the growth of friendship and prayer within our own families, we hope to bring the light of Christ to the Church and the rest of the world.
“Thus the little domestic Church, like the greater Church, needs to be constantly and intensely evangelized…the family, like the Church, ought to be a place where the Gospel is transmitted and from which the Gospel radiates…the future of evangelization depends in great part on the Church of the home.”
- Saint John Paul II
Activities, Events, News, and Information
Don’t forget! While Shepherds Watch is this WEDNESDAY, December 13th, from 6-8pm! Bring the whole family to join us for a night of Christmas crafts, caroling, and more! We can’t wait to see you there! Tickets are available for $10/family on the St. Anne website.
Tickets will also be available at the door.
Don’t forget to get your tickets for our family Advent adventure, While Shepherds Watch! Bring your whole family and be prepared for a fun evening that will help you enter more deeply into this beautiful season of Advent. The fun begins Wednesday, December 13th at 6pm!
Buy your tickets here:
For those who have participated in the 33 Days to Morning Glory this past month, the Marian Consecration is this Friday, December 8th. We will be reading the prayer of consecration after the 6:15pm Mass on December 8th. A short reception with refreshments will follow the Mass in the JP2 Room.
We are in need of some volunteers to help set up the hall for While Shepherds Watch. Setup will be on Tuesday, December 12th, from 4-7pm. Any volunteers who can help for some or all of the time are much appreciated! :-) Many hands make light work!
Thank you in advance for your generous gift of your time and talent!
- Wednesday, Dec 13
6:00 – 8:00 pm (MST)
Bring your whole family on a journey to the fields overlooking Bethlehem on a cold winter night 2000 years ago! As shepherds watch over their flocks by night, they see the brightest star ever lighting up the evening sky. What could this mean for the people of Israel? Come find out, and join us for an evening of crafts, song, and more!
Purchase tickets for $10/family on the parish website! We have limited space, so buy your tickets before we sell out!
A special thanks to Deacon Bob who gave the blessing, and a thank you to all those who joined us on that special day! God bless you!