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New Parishioner & Volunteer Social

Saturday, December 5th @ 5:30 PM

All church volunteers, new parishioners and their families are invited to attend this social. Meal will be provided by St. Anne’s.

Families are asked to bring a dessert.


APP Available NOW!!!






 We are pleased to announce the 

St. Anne App is now available for download!!


What can you do from the app??

* Website news

*See the parish calendar

* Hear readings of the day

*Our Facebook page

* Bulletins *Prayers

* Online giving

*Request Prayer

* Receive notifications

*Contact us

* And more……..


Search for St. Anne Catholic Church in the APP STORE or the GOOGLE PLAY STORE and download our app today!  You may also click on the App Store or Google Play Store above from your mobile device and begin the search.  If you have any trouble or would like some assistance, you may stop by the Church office during office hours or Wynard will be available immediately following the 11:00 a.m. Mass November 29th for assistance. 

pdf New Phone App (480 KB)

Family Fun Day 2015


Thanks to ALL who donated their time, talent and treasure to make our 2015 Family Fun Day possible!  Thanks also to all who came out and had a great time! 

St. Anne Boy Scout Troop 412 Poinsettia Sale

 Christmas Poinsettia Sale

Order from Nov. 1-30, 2015

Pick Up on Saturday,

Dec. 5th from 10am-1pm 

St. Anne Hall


Decorate your home or business and support a great cause!



St. Anne Church Boy Scout Troop 412

Is raising funds for troop camping gear and equipment.


6.5” and 10” Potted Poinsettias In Decorative Sleeves

Please support our Boy Scouts by purchasing Christmas Poinsettias for your home or business.

For more information, call Marcie at 356-2902

For order form, click here -->Parish

Don’t Forget! 

Plant Pickup:  Saturday, Dec. 5th


St. Anne Hall



High School Religious Ed Retreat

Our High School Religious Education students had it's retreat over the weekend of October 11th.  See photos below:


Mother's Day Out Fire Safety

Mother's Day Out has Fire Safety Day with the children.



St. Anne would like to express CONGRATULATIONS to Paul Marty!!  He is St. Anne Boy Scouts Troop #412 first Eagle Scout!  Congrats again Paul!!

Coming Soon!!!

Within the upcoming weeks, possibly days, St. Anne will have it's very own phone app!!  That's right, for all you phone savvy parishioners,  we will have our very own app!  This app will have all the functions from our web and more right at your fingertips!  We will let you know as soon as the app has been tested and ready to launch!

Make St. Anne Your Home

Catholics Come Home, Inc. is an independent non-profit Catholic apostolate that creates effective and compassionate media messages and broadcasts them nationally and internationally, in order to inspire, educate and evangelize inactive Catholics and others, and invite them to live a deeper faith in Jesus Christ, in accord with the magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. Visit the website at http://www.catholicscomehome.org.

Possibilities of what is to come!

Preliminary drawings of what the NEW St. Anne could look like as a TRADITIONAL Roman Catholic Church.  We would now be able to accommodate 800+ seating, have a larger sacristy, cry room, bridal room, Narthex (gathering space), more restrooms, 2 confessionals, Baptistry and more.  We would try to incorporate our current bell tower and as much of what we can of the contents into the project . Anyone wanting to see the larger prints are free to stop in the Parish Office during regular office hours to view them.  Please note that these are ONLY PRELIMINARY drawings!! We will have meetings in the very near future to discuss, comments, ideas and changes you would like to see implemented into the new church.  Please pray for this endeavor!

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