The Art & Environment Ministry manages the decorations for the liturgy, which includes funerals and Masses. There's room for creativity in this ministry in the sense that volunteers can design and create their own decorations for these events.
If you're interested in becoming a part of the Art & Environment Ministry at St. Anne, please contact John Hernandez at (480) 495-1100.
Activities, Events, News, and Information
Two Christmas Trees will be dedicated for the children of St. Anne and located outside in the courtyard on December 1, 2018.
Please have your child(ren) make or purchase an ornament of their choosing to place on one of the trees. Please place the ornament(s) on either tree from December 1 through December 23, 2018.
Greetings, all! Thank you all so much for your participation in our Farewell Party for Fr. David and Fr. Dan! Your love and care for them was so evident in all that you did! So glad that we could send them off to their new callings with such affection and love!
BEST PARISH EVER!!
photo credit: Wanda Guercio Castro
The A & E Team will be decorating for Pentecost very soon. Check your calendars and see if you can come out to help.
Friday, May 18th @ 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Set up for Pentecost
Sunday, May 20th @ 7:30 – 100:00 pm
Take down Pentecost
Hope to see you there!
It is with a heavy heart that I must announce the passing of Jim Elia. Jim passed away peacefully this afternoon at his home surrounded by his family. Please keep Jim and his family in your prayers.
As funeral arrangements are finalized , we will post the information on The City.
Eternal rest grant unto Jim, O Lord, and may the perpetual light shine upon him.
As you may already know, the funeral Mass for Jim Elia, will be on Tuesday, February, 6th at 10 am. There will be a reception immediately following the internment in the parish hall. The Funeral Ministry needs our assistance with the reception. We are providing the reception to Jim’s family in gratitude for his long years of service to our community. We are hoping that everyone would be willing to contribute a dish for the reception. No need for fancy—just comfort food for us to share as we support Jim’s family and remember Jim.. We are expecting about 150 guests to attend. Please fill in a need listed below if you will be able to assist in any way.
Food can be dropped off in the parish hall on Tuesday morning.
Since we are not able to use the ovens in the kitchen on Tuesday, for those of you who will be bringing a hot dish, please plan to bring it in a slow cooker or an insulated container to help us keep it warm.
Thank you and God Bless,
Norma & Jean