Q: How do I become a parishioner?
A: To become a parishioner of St. Anne Catholic Church, please complete the Parishioner Registration Form. You can fill out the form, drop the form in the collection basket, or visit us in the church office where our staff will be glad to meet with you. Click to download the Registration Form.
Q: When is Mass held at St. Anne?
A: Our daily Masses are offered at 7:00am on Monday to Friday. On Saturday, our Vigil Masses are 5:30pm in English and 7:30pm in Vietnamese. On Sunday, our Masses are 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am and 12:30pm in Spanish. Please print the Frequently Needed Information flyer for more information.
Q: When is Reconciliation (Confession) offered at St. Anne?
A: Reconciliation, or confession, is offered on Saturdays from 4:45pm – 5:15pm and other times, or by appointment with a priest. Please visit our Reconciliation page for more information.
Q: When is the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament?
A: We are blessed to have Perpetual Adoration at Saint Anne. If you would like to sign up for an hour or more with the Lord, please call this ministry leader listed in the weekly bulletin.
Q: How can I get involved and serve?
A: There are many ways to get involved at Saint Anne Parish. Give us a call at (803) 329-2662 to talk to our Parish Office staff. They will guide you more information on Service Opportunities.
Q: How can I obtain information about Children’s Faith Formation?
A: The best way is to call our Director of Religious Education. You may also check our Christian Formation page, where you will find lots of good information about our Christian Formation Programs for all ages. Don’t forget to check the Adult Enrichment page for your own formation.
Q: How can I obtain information about Youth Formation?
Q: How can I donate to Saint Anne?
A: Please visit our Stewardship Treasure page for more information. On that page you will get great information about our envelopes, second collections, and more.
Q: How do I become Catholic?
A: To become Catholic you just need to call the office and make an appointment with one of our RCIA Coordinators. Please also visit the RCIA page for further information about the process.
Q: How can I find information about the Sacraments?
A: We have a whole page dedicated to the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church. You can also call our Christian Formation Director, who will be glad to answer your questions.
Q: How do I receive offertory envelopes?
A: Having offertory envelopes is a good idea, for several reasons:
- They are pre-printed and mailed directed to you.
- They allow our office to prepare an annual statement for tax purposes.
- As your donation at Mass is a “gift” to the community, your envelope serves as your donation’s “gift wrap.”
To receive envelopes for adults, simply contact the office. You can be given a temporary set on the spot. Then, every other month a two-month supply pre-printed will be sent to your home. Children’s envelopes can be obtained by picking them up in the church. Children’s donations are reflected in their parent’s record of giving.
Q: Can I make my gifts electronically?
A: Yes. We have an EFT program which enables you to make your donations using your checking or credit card accounts. You will first have to fill out a form in our EFT Form, and include a voided check if you want your donations deducted from a checking account. To obtain our EFT Form, you can call the Parish Office at (803) 329-2662, or stop by the office. If you bank electronically, you can also set up automatic transfers from your checking account by setting up the parish as a “bill” in your bank’s online bill pay system.
Q: How do I get married in the Church?
A: Visit the Marriage page for more information on how to get married at St. Anne. The sacrament of Marriage is celebrated either at 12:00 Noon or at 2:00pm on Saturdays. Weddings are discouraged during Lent.
Q: How do I celebrate Quinceañera?
A: A Quinceañera is when a young woman makes a personal commitment before the parish community to follow God at the time of her 15th birthday. To schedule a Quinceañera, the young woman should contact our Quinceañera Coordinator. The best way to do this is to hold a meeting right after the Spanish Masses on Sundays.
Q: How do I schedule a meeting in the Family Life Center?
A: The FLC (Family Life Center) may be reserved for the following functions:
- A reception for a wedding or anniversary Mass held at Our Lady of the Rosary
- A reception following a funeral held at the parish
- Meetings and functions of various community non-profit organizations.
To schedule the use of the FLC call the coordinator at (803) 366-9055. At that time, it will be determined whether or not the FLC is available for the date desired and an appointment will be made to fill out a contract and an insurance form if necessary.