Great Programs for Children and Youth

Programs for Children

Sunday at 2:30 PM via YouTube
The Sycamore Tree (children’s worship)

 

The Sycamore Tree (Children's Liturgy)

Our children’s worship service has a new look! Check it out! Families lead us in the reading and prayers, while Kristin Pagent and Ken Kimble lift our hearts in song from St. Anne’s sanctuary, and Connie Saeger-Proctor shares a lesson. Now professionally produced by our Sunday morning technology team to amplify our praises to God (yay!) Pray with us this week! Special children’s learning activity sheets are available every Sunday. The Sycamore Tree is premiered at 2:30. Watch Sycamore Tree here. Questions? Contact Connie Saeger-Proctor, Minister for Congregational Life at 443-808-1361 or clsaeger@stannes-annapolis.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Youth Ministry

Join us and explore the path that God has set for you!

Middle and high school youth may participate in our Youth Ministry Program on the first and third Sunday of the month from 4:00-5:15 PM to discover what it means to be a Christian, enjoy a snack, engage in mission projects, and explore leadership, and God’s call. St. Anne’s multi faceted youth program encourages young people to explore their spirituality (relationship with God, others, and creation) through:

  • Mission and outreach
  • Fellowship and social activities
  • Worship
  • Leadership in the church
  • Participation in Diocesan, ecumenical, and National events
  • Serve as Junior Counselors for Very Big Story Camp

Sign Up for Youth Group Here

Harrison Sayre Award

Harrison S. Sayre was a long time active member of St. Anne’s Episcopal Church. When he died in March 2005, friends, family and fellow parishioners donated money to set up an award in his name to be given each year to a graduating high school senior planning to attend a two or four college or university the following fall. The award recipient will have been active in some aspect of St. Anne’s life (Sunday School, youth group, choir, etc.). The $1,000 award is intended to help defray the cost of textbooks. Previous award winners include Andrew Loughlin and Jack Hair.  The application can be accessed here, and must be completed by May 17, 2021. Please ask an adult with whom you have served at St. Anne’s church for a brief recommendation. The recommendation form can be found here. Selection criteria is based on service to St. Anne’s and the community. A committee consisting of members of the Sayre family, a member of the memorials committee and a member of the clergy will select the winner from the submitted applications. The award will be announced at church in June at a service to honor all graduating seniors. For questions or more information, contact Nancy Greeley at 410 224-2975 or momgreeley@aol.com.

Children Are a Gift From God

At St. Anne’s we believe that children are a gift from God and we strive to help our children engage in a Christian formation process that is rooted in God’s love, guided by Jesus, and empowered by the Holy Spirit. Children are supported in their Christian journey and encouraged to explore and experience the mystery of God presence in their lives through:

  • Prayer
  • Sacred story
  • Worship
  • Christian tradition
  • Mission

Children are Vital Members at St. Annes

Connie_procterContact: Connie Saeger-Proctor, Minister for Christian Formation with Children and Youth at 443-808-1361 or *protected email*

Children are vital members at St. Anne’s and encouraged to participate in formation through education, mission, and ministry. Children will learn about and participate in several mission ministries.