Upcoming Events at St. Anne’s

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Sunday Forum

On October 21, Lacy Broemel will speak about Refugee and Immigration Advocacy. Immigration is a hot topic in today’s politics as well as a big need in our world. Increased numbers of people are fleeing war-torn countries and violence. Lacy will discuss the Episcopal Church’s involvement in refugee resettlement and immigration advocacy in the United States and around the world.

Sunday Forum is held at 11:00 in the Parish Hall, 199 Duke of Gloucester St.

St. Anne’s Concert Series – October 25

Like scary music on a pipe organ? Love classic movies? This night is for you. Have some Halloween fun this year when the opera’s original Phantom makes an Annapolis appearance!

Movie and horror buffs along with anyone who likes to laugh will love organist Larry Molinaro’s musical take on the 1925 silent film. His original musical accompaniment to this rare big-screen viewing includes samples from some very recognizable pieces. Over the years, a special game has evolved from these screenings – The Ballerina Twirl Count! See if you can count the number of times she twirls!

Afterward, find out how Mr. Molinaro created this score and how he plays it on St. Anne’s pipe organ with a special organ “tour” after the film! Find out if Larry is a more colorful character than Lon!

St. Anne’s Concert Series is held in the church at 6:15 PM.

No tickets required for these special nights! Come as you are, pay as you can.

The Word Made Flesh — Seven Weeks with The Gospel of John

Our Bible study of the Gospel of John is off to a great start and will continue through Nov. 14th. We meet Wednesdays in the Parish Hall from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. Join us any time. If you can’t make it, download our outline and follow along. Contact Father Dion at gro.s1539995353ilopa1539995353nna-s1539995353ennat1539995353s@nos1539995353pmoht1539995353d1539995353.

Episcopal Rainbow at St. Anne’s – Stories and Spirits

Join the Episcopal Rainbow for a night of faith and storytelling as we share what brought us to the Episcopal Church. Sunday, October 28 at 6:00 PM at Galway Bay, 63 Maryland Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401. RSVP to Jill Lake at moc.o1539995353ohay@15399953533ekal1539995353llij1539995353 by October 27.