St. Ann’s Episcopal Church Barbara Scibetta Memorial Scholarship 2016

The scholarships awarded in 2016 totaled $5,300, donated by Barbara’s husband, Scott Offord and friends. St. Ann’s Episcopal Church is pleased to announce the 2016 Scholarship Recipients: Alondra Flores, Adrianna Goers, Rachel Mallow, Kayla Mulvihill, and Maria Sanchez. These five Woodstock high school students, who had demonstrated motivation to improve their lives through education, be it community Read More …

Outreach and Stewardship

. . . We as Christians are asked, if able, to volunteer our time, talents, energies, and resources to help others. In other words: Outreach. Within our St. Ann’s family, we do give our time, talent, energies, and resources in our Outreach ministries. They are the Apple Tree Project; Food Pantry Garden; Angel Tree; Thanksgiving Read More …

St. Ann’s Episcopal Church Barbara Scibetta Memorial Scholarship Awards 2015

St. Ann’s Episcopal Church Barbara Scibetta Memorial Scholarship The scholarships awarded this year totaled $9,000. St. Ann’s Episcopal Church is pleased to announce the 2015 Scholarship Recipients:  Janel Gonzalez, Guillermo Hernandez, Isabella Malek, Jeremy Pineda, Marilyn Valadez.   Pictured, left to right: The Rev. Pat Conley; Jeremy Pineda; Isabella Malek; Janel Gonzalez; Guillermo Hernandez; Terri Scibetta       Pictured, left to right: Terri Scibetta; Marilyn Read More …

Why is St. Ann’s “The Lobster Church?” Read about St. Ann’s Annual Lobster Fest Here

St. Ann’s Locally Famous, 34th Annual Lobster Fest is Saturday, October 6, 2018.  Ordering Deadline is Monday, October 1, 2018. Our major St. Ann’s FUN-time event and fundraiser! “Helping Others – One Bite at a Time.”  CLICK HERE to ORDER ONLINE; Store is closed now, until after Labor Day, 2018. CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD THE ORDER FORM (2017 Order Read More …

Bible Study – Sundays at 11:30am

Bible Study – Most Sundays at 11:30am, right after coffee hour. The Gospel for the following Sunday is pondered. Believing that Jesus is present in each of us, we listen to each person’s questions, hear everyone’s responses to the reading, and then discuss the impact on our faith and lives. A noted Episcopal Biblical scholar’s Read More …