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
Registration for our summer Vacation Bible School journey to Babylon is open! Join us June 11-15th as we learn about Daniel’s Courage in Captivity! Both morning and afternoon sessions are available.
Register as a participant or a volunteer on the St. Anne Website:
Do you have a free afternoon? We need your help filling the Easter eggs that will be handed out after Easter Masses!
Eggs and supplies will be located in the Parish Office. If you are interested in helping, please contact email@example.com, or message me via the City!
Greetings in Christ,
I want to thank all the parents and leaders that helped out today at our youth BBQ. We were well fed and the youth had a blast! We finished the evening with a decade of the Rosary, offering up all the intentions that our youth hold in their hearts. Please continue to pray for our youth and for me. God bless you!
Greetings in Christ and Blessed Lent!
All youth are invited to our spring break BBQ & Kickball event @ John Allen Park (west of the church), Monday, March 12th from 5pm to 7:30pm. This will be an evening of prayer, fun and food! Parents, please feel free to join us, too, and build community with other parents.
To our parents & community: In the past, your generosity and willingness to help our youth has been inspiring! I humbly come to you again for help. In order to feed our youth, I ask of you the following items listed below. Also, if you have a portable BBQ grill that we can use, this would make the grilling much easier for us. The awesome Knights of Columbus have always helped us with this event, but I wanted to give the parents and community a chance to bond together and step up for this occasion. Please fill a slot and bring the item to our BBQ, or you can drop them of at the parish and I can store them in the kitchen. Thank you so much for your help and may our Lord bless you for your generosity!
If you have any questions, please email me or call my office. Thank you!
Thank you to everyone who helped with Where Your Treasure Is last week!
Thanks especially to The Ladies Auxiliary (and Rosanne!) for the food, Fr. David, Katrina and the teens, Jean, and all the other volunteers who helped with setup, cleanup, crafts, etc.!
We are so very grateful for all of you and everything you do for the parish!