The Stewardship Committee conducted a parish survey in April 2014. Approximately 604 forms were returned to the committee. The responses were entered into a software program that collects and summarizes the responses and facilitates analysis of the survey responses. A preliminary report was distributed to parishioners in July 19 and 20, 2014. The Stewardship Committee compiled the Survey Final Report and distributed to the congregation in March of 2015. All parishioners are invited to review the report and contact any member of the Stewardship Committee [Read more ...]
The Master Plan Project begun in July 2011 when the Building Committee was charged to update and revitalize St. Anne’s plans. The final draft was approved by the Parish Pastoral Council and Finance Council in 2012. The Master Plan was presented to the Parish in September 15, 2013. Pictures of the Master Plan were displayed in the church gathering space. The Building Committee also made a presentation to the parish in the beginning of each Mass in that same weekend.[Read more ...]
This year Saint Anne is in process of conducting a parish census. Forms are being mailed to all parish households. Please return your updated forms by dropping them in the collection basket or just visit us at the Church Office. If no corrections are needed, please return your forms with and O.K. This will let us know that you received your forms and your information is current. If you did not receive your forms or have misplaced them, blank forms are available by clicking the link below or fill out the form you find by clicking here.
The parish office is located to right as you enter the church building. Please consult our hours of operation to ensure that there will be a secretary available to assist you when you arrive.
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Since 1919 Saint Anne Parish has fostered missionary priests, embraced Civil Rights Movement, invited Vietnamese refugees, welcomed Hispanic immigrants, and served as Catholic Education hub. As the Parish History shows, we have always adapted to the needs of God’s people in whatever circumstances we find ourselves.
Saint Anne Parish Council is a group of people who together are representing the entire parish and who plan and guide its growth. They join with the clergy in a special service of long-range planning and the setting of parish priorities. The Role of the Parish Council cannot be understood apart from the work to which the entire parish is called.
The purpose of the Finance Council is to aid, assist and counsel the Pastor, Parish Manager, and School Principal in the overall fiscal operation of the parish. Members serve to advise and review in all matters regarding revenue, expenditures and parish investments, to insure that financial resources and parish goals are compatible.
Parishioners extends the message of Christian love by responding to the needs of others through service and support. The Pastoral Care addresses the effects of life experiences in time of crises, reaching out to others in a prayerful context.
The Social Concerns ministries at Saint Anne is here to confidentially help our parishioners with issues of daily living as well as enlist helpful resources. Through the programs we also reach out to help people worldwide, nationally, statewide, and locally in our community.