Adult Forum: Faith in Action

Ginger DeLuca, St. Anne’s Parishioner, Cemetery Committee
St. Anne’s Cemetery: Our 229 Year History

Linda Adamson, Al Collins and Ginger DeLuca are vestry members chairing the St. Anne’s Cemetery Committee. Their presentation will focus on our cemetery’s 229-year history, our work over the past year, and our vision for the future of the cemetery as St. Anne’s works to care for the people of Annapolis from cradle to grave.

Sunday Evening Service

Sunday evening services have resumed at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church at 5:30 PM. Each service will feature 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.

October 27 – Sung Compline 
Compline is a beautiful quiet service for the end of the day. The women of the choir lead by organist Carolene Winter will offer this candlelit service.


Episcopal Rainbow Group


The next Episcopal Rainbow Brunch is Sunday, October 27 at 12:30 PM at Harry Browne’s.

The Episcopal Rainbow Ministry is for LGBTQ+ persons, their families, their allies, and the extended St. Anne’s Church family. All are welcome at all events!

Please RSVP to so we can make an accurate reservation.

Women’s Bible Study on Saturday Mornings

Women’s bible study meets the first Saturday of every month.  The next meeting will be November 2 from 10:00 to 11:00 AM in the Church Choir Room. The focus will be on the fifth chapter of Ephesians.

Hammond Harwood Tour of St. Anne’s Cemetery

November 2 at 11:00 AM

Rachel Lovett, curator and assistant director of the Hammond-Harwood House Museum, will be leading a tour of St. Anne’s Cemetery with an emphasis on the occupants and artisans who lived and worked in the great house and are now buried in our cemetery. On this interactive cemetery tour, visitors will discover the fascinating lives of the men and women who called this house home. Stories of love, tragedy and fellowship will be unearthed in this hour-long tour through the winding hills of the burying ground. Participants will receive a half hour admission ticket to the Hammond-Harwood House Museum as well.

The cost is $15 for non-members and $10 for members of the Hammond-Harwood House Museum; 20% of the profits from this tour will go toward the preservation of the cemetery.

The tour will meet at the corner of Northwest and West Washington Street at the upper entrance to St. Anne’s Cemetery.