December Calendar (with rota) and Soup Supper Poster
The Episcopal Church of St. Anne
Saturday December 1st - St. Anne's annual soup supper will be held from 4:00 to 6:30pm to coincide with Morrison's Christmas Walk. A sign-up sheet will be posted in the undercroft for food supply and labor needs. See poster below.
Wednesday December 5th - Normal midweek services to honor Clement of Alexandria, Priest, followed by a dine-out.
Wednesday December 12th - Normal midweek services to honor John of the Cross, mystic, followed by a dine-out.
Thursday December 13th - St. Barnabas Guild is called into service to offer worship services at Pleasant View Nursing Home today at 2:00pm. All are welcome to help us celebrate the Feast of St. Lucy with the residents who also welcome prayers and visitors.
Wednesday December 19th - Normal midweek services to celebrate the Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle (transferred from the 21st) followed by a special gathering, party and meal in the Rectory. Our Vestry will also meet at approximately 6:30pm for a short meeting and then attend the party. All who attend our worship and Vestry meetings are welcome to the Rectory.
Monday December 24th - Our Christmas Eve service will begin at 5:30pm with a blessing of the Creche, making our worship a little more child friendly and will continue with Solemn High Mass.
Tuesday December 25th - Christmas Day Holy Eucharist Rite II Mass with hymns will be offered at 9:00am on this most Holy Day.
Wednesday December 26th - We will celebrate the Feast of St. Stephen, Deacon and Martyr, with our usual midweek services and a dine-out.
Thursday December 27th - The Feast of St. John, Apostle and Evangelist will be celebrated with our usual daily offices.
Tuesday January 1st - The Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ will be celebrated with our daily offices and also with a Low Mass at 9:00am.
Wednesday January 2nd - Normal midweek services to celebrate Elizabeth Ann Seton, Foundress (transferred from the 4th) will be followed by a dine-out. Of special note: we hold relics of Elizabeth Ann Seton here at St. Anne's.