LIFE AT SAINT ANNE’S BLOG

27
Jan

Our Baptism, Our Foundation

This blog post is excerpted from St. Anne’s 2019 Annual Report. To view the whole report click here. Baptism is the foundation for all future church participation and ministry. The […]

18
Nov

A SEASON FOR PATIENCE

This year, the season of Advent begins on December 1st. It is the season when we are invited to look back in gratitude and look forward in hope. We remember […]

30
Sep

HOLD MONEY LIGHTLY

In the October B’Anne’R*, we explore a subject with the potential to make us fume, gloat, or break out in a cold sweat: money. According to recent studies, money is […]

26
Aug

Lord, Make Us Instruments of Your Peace

Lord, make us instruments of your peace. Where there is hatred, let us sow love; where there is injury, pardon; where there is discord, union; where there is doubt, faith; […]

29
Jul

DO NOT FEAR, OR BE DISMAYED

“Be strong and courageous, do not be afraid or tremble . . . for the Lord your God is the one who goes with you. He will not fail you […]

24
Jun

What does a Rector do?

For June/July 2019 the goal of our monthly newsletter was to spotlight the ministry of the Church staff. What do they do? Why do they do it? Why here and […]

13
May

The Natural World is Good

THE NATURAL WORLD IS GOOD In the Litany of Penitence that we pray on Ash Wednesday (BCP p.267ff) we ask God to accept our repentance “For our waste and pollution […]

29
Mar

When Words Become Prayer

WHEN WORDS BECOME PRAYER Nowadays, we can find already-made prayers in a number of sources: hymnals, devotional booklets, worship bulletins, and online. Some are written for corporate worship; some are […]

26
Mar

Where in the world is Reverend Licia?!

Notes from CEEP 2019 – What’s new, what’s now, what’s next. I’m no Carmen Sandiego, so you won’t find me in any more exotic locale than Boston, MA, but as […]

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