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Welcome to St. Anne's

St. Anne’s is a warm, inclusive, church family. Our mission is to live out the Gospel and the ordination of our baptism.

We welcome you to St. Anne’s Episcopal Church and Day School, a warm, inclusive church family in the Diocese of Atlanta.

We are followers of Jesus, gathered together to be nourished spiritually in worship and to be empowered to grow in our faith. We celebrate together all life’s experiences and serve Jesus Christ through our compassionate ministries in our city and the world.

The Bible is our foundation; we believe that it contains all things necessary for salvation, and we make sense of its message through tradition and reason. Our worship is filled with Scripture. We, who are many and diverse, come together in Christ through our worship and prayer. We are a community of prayer; central to our shared life is The Book of Common Prayer (link to )

Narcolepsy Atlanta (Meeting Jan. 27 instead of Jan. 20!)

January 20, 2018 11:30 am

Narcolepsy Atlanta meets on the third Saturday of each month from 11:30 am– 1 pm at St. Anne’s in the conference room. People with narcolepsy, hypersomnia, and sleep apnea, and those who love them, are invited. This group of 160 people is lead by Annzie Hine with the goal of creating a supportive environment for sufferers and supporters of all ages. For more information, email or find us at

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What’s Happening!

St. Anne’s is a hopping place: we do the work of the Lord 24/7. Find classes, ministry opportunities, and fun gatherings in our calendar.

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