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IMPORTANT COVID—19 UPDATE:

Change in Sunday Services

The winter wave of the pandemic is here, and the bishop has urged all parishes to pare back in person Sunday services and revert to live-stream-only where possible. Therefore, this Sunday’s services, November 22nd, will be limited to 25 persons at each service, and the following two Sundays, November 29th and December 6th, will be live streamed only.

The diocese will reassess the situation at that time and offer updated guidance. It saddens me to take this step but, again, my duty is always to do what I must to care for you and our community. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time. Fr. Winston+

 


Celebrate Mass with us online this Sunday! November 29th

First Sunday in Advent!

8:00AM Rite I, spoken

8 AM Rite I Bulletin

10:00AM Rite II, with hymns and service music

10 AM Bulletin Rite II Bulletin

 


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(The homily from most live streamed services have been recorded and can be viewed on YouTube.)

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Resources and Links

Online Book of Common Prayer

Live Stream Worship Services in the Diocese

Daily Prayer, a resource of Forward Movement

Please Join Us in Praying

Every day at noon Fr. Winston and St. Anne’s parish will be praying for fifteen minutes seeking God’s mercy and care for all during the pandemic. If you would like to join us please find a suggested focus and prayer for your use for this week below. Read and reread each line slowly and mindfully allowing the Spirit to guide your thoughts as you offer your prayers.

For those Who are Ill

Merciful God, we entrust to your tender care those who are ill or in pain, knowing that whenever danger threatens your everlasting arms are there to keep them safe. Comfort and heal them, and restore them to health and strength; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

(Church of England, Prayers about the Outbreak, p.5)


Mission Statement

By the Grace of God; Father, Son, Holy Spirit

We Worship God and Celebrate His Presence(Worship)

(Acolytes, Chalice Bearers, Choir, Evening Prayer, Lay Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Morning Prayer, Oasis, Rosary, Stations of the Cross Meditations, Ushers)

We Follow Jesus in Our Daily Lives (Discipleship)

(Adult Education, Church School, First Holy Communion Class, Confirmation Class, Retreats)

We Share God’s Abundance through Ministry to Our Neighbors (Ministry)

(God’s Abundance, Prayer Ministry, Prayer Shawl, Property, Vestry)

We Love, Serve and Pray Together as Children of God(Fellowship)

(Coffee Hour, Men’s Breakfast, Women’s Breakfast, Special Events)

We Invite and Welcome Others to Our Life in Christ(Evangelism)

(New Members)