Sunday Sermon Series at the 8:00, 9:30, and 11:15 AM Eucharistic Services

We are excited to continue our journey through The Gospel according to St. Matthew.

You are invited to join us on this journey where we hope to read, mark, and inwardly digest the transformative implications of St. Matthew’s narrative account. Journey through The Gospel according to St. Matthew:

 

  • January 19 – How do we “fulfill the law?” – Suggested Reading: St. Matthew 5:17-48
  • January 26 – Praying as believing… Reflecting on the Pater NostrumSuggested Reading: St. Matthew 6

As you engage the scripture, if there are specific questions that arise, please feel free to connect with the clergy. We would be delighted to help you on this journey. Please feel free to use the following prayer as you read and pray through Holy Scripture: Blessed Lord, who caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning: Grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that we may embrace and ever hold fast the blessed hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Savior Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. (Collect, Proper 28, The Book of Common Prayer)

Adult Forum – Vestry and Leadership in Church

Have you ever wondered what a Vestry does? Join Junior Warden, Cardie Templeton for an exploration of Episcopalian polity and information about the function of a Vestry.

Adult Forum takes place on Sundays at 11:00 AM in the Parish Hall 199 Duke of Gloucester Street. 

 

 

 

Sunday Evening Service

Sunday evening services at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church take place at 5:30 PM. Each service features a musical prelude, followed by a short service of prayers and meditations and will conclude with a musical offering. The musical theme and content will change from week to week. The service and music will last 30-45 minutes. These services are a perfect way to re-set and have some quiet time before jumping into the week ahead.

 

United in Prayer for Maryland’s 2020 Legislative Session

United in Prayer for Maryland’s 2020 Legislative Session

St. Anne’s will offer 90 days of prayer during the 2020 General Assembly Legislative Session for those seeking a quiet place to pray, reflect, de-stress and renew. Beginning January 8 with an 8:00 AM Eucharist and ending with a 5:30 PM Evening Prayer April 6.

  • Mondays – 5:30 PM Evening Prayer
  • Tuesdays — 12:10 PM Eucharist with Healing Prayers; 5:30 PM Evening Prayer
  • Wednesdays — 8:00 AM Eucharist; 12:00 PM Noonday Prayer with musical reflection; 5:30 PM Evening Prayer
  • Thursdays —12:00 PM Noonday Prayer with meditation; 5:30 PM Evening Prayer
  • Fridays — 5:30 PM Evening Prayer

In a time of political division, the church can be a sanctuary for healing and unity no matter one’s political affiliation or religious belief/denomination. All are welcome.

Evening Prayer and the Episcopal Experience

St. Anne’s clergy want to personally invite you to participate in a worship opportunity. This opportunity is intended for those who want to go deeper into their own spiritual journey, as well as for those who may have experienced a significant life change such as a marriage, the birth of a child, a career change, a move, or the death of a loved one.

We are holding this opportunity in the context of worship (Evening Prayer) on Saturdays from 5:30 -7:00 PM in the Parish Hall. Our prayer time together will include a light potluck supper, teaching by our clergy, and time for you to ask your own questions. Regular attendance is important but do not hesitate to come even if you know you will miss a couple of sessions. We will be happy to help you catch up on what you missed. We begin on Saturday, January 11 and will meet on Saturdays through April 4. For more information, please contact The Rev. Jessica Sexton.

Celebration of a New Ministry

 

Women’s Bible Study on Saturday Mornings

Women’s bible study meets the first Saturday of every month.  The next meeting will be February 1 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM in the Church Choir Room.