Member Services

To visit or contact us:
3098 St. Anne’s Lane, Atlanta, GA 30327

Please Support the ministry of St. Anne’s – As the pandemic continues, we continue to be church and our ministries continue. If you are able, please continue to give financially to St. Anne’s as we deal with the pandemic and can no longer count on Sunday collection plate offerings. Your thoughtful, tax-deductible gift will help us continue our vital ministry of encouraging people to follow Jesus and to share the Good News, and to provide services to those in need, educational programs for adults, youth, and families, and plenty of social interaction.
By mail: you can mail a check made payable to St. Anne’s to 3098 St. Anne’s Lane, Atlanta, 30327.
Online: Click the Donate Now button below for online giving.  And thank you for your generosity!

Or get started with our new Text to Give option:
1. Open a new text message
2. Type 73256
3. In your message type our keyword: stannesgives
4. Space once and then put in the amount you would like to give, and send.

Your first time texting to give, you will receive a text that says “you are almost there” and a link to click. At that link enter your name, address, and credit card number.

Once you press send you will receive a receipt within seconds. You can save this number in your phone and give whenever you are so moved, you only need to input your information this once.

Thank you for your continued generosity and support during this strange and difficult time.

Amazon Smile is another easy way to contribute to St. Anne’s.  Always start at, be sure to select St. Anne’s Episcopal Church Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to St. Anne’s.

Stock donation form

Donate Online

Download pledge form

Download pledge payment authorization form

REALM –  A great resource for our members! Realm is the source for our online directory, and much, much more! You can update your own record any time you like, and more. If you do not yet have a log-in for Realm, reach out to Jan Stewart at


Click here to download our baptism form: Download baptism form

In word, if you would like to complete it electronically and email it to
In pdf format if you cannot open or use the word document, you can print this pdf, complete it, and mail or deliver it to Jan Stewart, 3098 St. Anne’s Lane NW, Atlanta 30327

If you have recently received an unusual email from a parish leader requesting gift cards or money it could be part of a scam. If you think you may have received a scam email, we recommend the following:

• Carefully check the sender’s name and email address

• Look out for misspelled words and incorrect grammar

• Do not click on any suspicious links or attachments

• Report the email as spam

Reporting a Scam

If you would like to report a scam the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the main agency that collects scam reports. Report your scam via email or by phone:

1-877-382-4357 (9:00 AM – 8:00 PM, ET)
File a report to the FTC at

Be wary of emails coming from clergy, fellow parishioners, or the Diocese, asking for “favors” – money, gift cards, other things. If you are not sure about an email, follow the steps above to determine if it is genuine. If you are still unsure, let us know at We continue to take steps at St. Anne’s to secure our email system, web site, and eB’Anne’R from scammers, but unfortunately no system is completely secure.


Remember, if you receive an email from Rev. Licia or Rev. Tim or anyone else at St. Anne’s or in the Diocese asking for a favor like the purchase of iTunes gift cards or other contributions, disregard it! This is a scam that is plaguing churches and other houses of worship all over the city. If you wonder if a request is genuine, check the email address. If it is not, it is not from your clergy or Saint Anne’s. If you are still not sure, please email

Parishioner Meg Taylor reports that a new email scam, not necessarily connected to St. Anne’s or the Diocese, is making the rounds. Some friends of hers, including some who are also parishioners, have received email messages that seem to come from Meg but do not, asking for gift cards. Your best defense when asked for money via email is to 1) check the email address to see if it is genuine, and 2) call and verify if you are asked for money or cards.