Saint Annes @ Home

Welcome to Saint Anne’s @ Home

We can now gather in person! We also continue to gather online, so there are many choices for coming together. However we get together – virtually or in person – we are very much connected to one another!

COME WORSHIP WITH US – inside our beautiful church building!

If you prefer, join us online at 10:30am. Click here to watch online on this website.


The Facebook page link: https://www.facebook.com/SaintAnnesATL/  You do not need a Facebook account to access the live-streamed services on Facebook. Just join us at 10:30 am and look for the livestream video box! If you would like to follow along with the service each Sunday, check the space below for a link to a pdf of the Order of Service in the days preceding that Sunday.

Adult Formation
Summer Reading Group Returns
In  July, we are discussing Stephanie Spellers book “The Church Cracked  Open” which explores ways in which the Episcopal Church and others  communities of faith have the exciting opportunity to reorient  themselves toward the ministry and mission of Jesus and redefine their  purposes in the midst of change, transition, and disruption. We will  read this book from July 11 to August 1.

Our book discussions will be held in the Commons Room at the church and on Zoom on Sunday mornings from  9:15-10 am starting on June 6. Please feel free to buy the book at the Cathedral Bookstore which will offer the books at a discounted price.  You may also join the conversations on Sunday mornings even if you have  not read the books. All are welcome to join the group! If you have any  questions or need more information about the discussion group, please  contact Tim Meyers at tmeyers@saintannes.com. We hope you will join us this summer!

Please  join us in person or on Zoom on Sunday mornings starting at 9:15 am for our formation program and discussion. You can find the Zoom link below and in the  Sunday morning email. If you have any questions or would like more  information, please contact Tim at tmeyers@saintannes.com

Join on Zoom.


GIVING IS WORSHIP!
While we look for new ways to gather together for fellowship and worship (see below), we also look for ways to make it easier to continue to give. In the last few days some of you may have been laid off or furloughed, so continuing your pledge may be difficult or impossible at this moment. Please do not feel distressed about this decision. Know that you are in our prayers in these difficult days. Please reach out to the clergy to alert them to these circumstances.

For those of us who are still able, we invite you to take the opportunity to set up recurring giving online if you haven’t and/or take advantage of our new Text to Give option. This will help the parish tremendously. Even during this unprecedented time, and perhaps more than ever, the mission and ministry of the church must continue. If you would like to give online please use this button:

For more ways to give, including Text to Give click here

JOIN US ONLINE AS WE GATHER TO HANGOUT, TO WORSHIP, TO STUDY, TO GROW TOGETHER

SUNDAY SERVICE & GATHERINGS – click on the picture*

HANGOUTS, BIBLE STUDIES, & MORE – click on the picture*

*Images by DANIEL E SOLBERG, 1423 Vaughn St SE, Atlanta, GA 30317-1707

ABOUT RACIAL INJUSTICE – click on the picture

RESOURCES FOR FAITH AT HOME – click on the picture

RESOURCES FROM THE DIOCESE AND BEYOND – click on the picture

EASE SOMEONE’S BURDEN – click on the picture

RESOURCES FOR YOUR SAFETY, WELLNESS, AND SECURITY AND INFO ABOUT COVID-19.
Click here for a downloadable word document with clickable links.

TIPS FROM THE DIOCESE FOR IDENTIFYING MISINFORMATION: click here

We continue to pray for those infected by the Coronavirus, both in our own country and around the world, for medical professionals, public health leaders, researchers, pharmaceutical communities, and government and Church leaders at home and abroad. As the Presiding Bishop shared in a recent message: “The next 30-60 days at the least are simply going to be unlike anything we have experienced in recent history, even including 9/11. The dilemma of what we know and what we don’t know will continue to complicate our decision making and our lives . . . Obedience to the moral primacy of love for the neighbor must direct us.”

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