St. Anne is a lively parish that provides various ways for its parish members to be active participants of the faith. As Pope St. John Paul II wrote:
"One way of renewing parishes, especially urgent for parishes in large cities, might be to consider the parish as a community of communities and movements."
These various movements and ministries, or "communities," although distinct, work towards the common goal of spiritual growth and family within one large community, making St. Anne a community of communities.
The various ministries at St. Anne provide you with a wide variety of ways to become part of the community. Through these ministries, you can learn and grow as an individual, meet others who share your same values, and reach out to serve the larger parish and community. Below is a list of the ministries within St. Anne.
Catechesis, Sacrament Prep, and Faith Formation:
- Children - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS)
- 5th-8th Grade Sacrament Prep
- High School Sacrament Prep
- Returning Catholics
Youth Ministry (no sacrament prep):
- The Arts at St. Anne
- Friends of the Needy
- Funeral Ministry
- The Giving Tree
- Ministry of Care
- Prayer Shawl Ministry
- Prison and Jail Ministry
- Respect for Life
- Altar Boys
- Altar Boy Cassocks
- Altar Linens
- Greeters & Hospitality
- Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
- Art & Environment
- Mass Communication
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St. Anne ministries post updates in their Flocknote groups. If you are a member of a ministry at St. Anne, Flocknote is the place to find the latest updates for your ministry.
2022-2023 Faith Formation
Registration is open for programs such as Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS), Sacrament Prep, Order of Christian Initiation (OCIA/RCIA), BATTLE, and BOLD.