Welcome to St. Anne Parish
Masses: Saturday 5:00pm Sunday 8:00am & 10:00 am
St. Anne Vision 20/20
Parish Five Year Plan Offers New Perspective!
Our parish’s new Five Year Plan is near completion. The input from last year’s Town Hall Meeting, Conversation Cafés, Councils and Commissions has produced a new perspective to move our community forward in the next five years. All parishioners are invited and encouraged to review the Plan before its final adoption and to share your thoughts:
St. Anne Parish Community
St. Anne Parish is a multigenerational Catholic community that values the enthusiasm of its children, the wisdom of its seniors, and the involvement of everyone in between. We strive to serve the diverse needs of our members, with activities that bring us together as a community, and programs that address the specific needs of various age groups and backgrounds. An important ministry of the parish, St. Anne School, provides students pre-K through eighth grade with a quality education that promotes academic excellence, fosters Gospel values, builds Christian community, and inspires good stewardship.
To arrange for:
~ Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
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Our church is accessible for mobility impaired persons and equipped with listening assistive devices. Please ask an usher for assistance.
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New & Now
Rest in Peace
+ Fran Cronin
Funeral Mass Saturday May 28
11:00 a.m. in the church
Dates to Remember
WITH RON RYAN, D.Min.
For Information or to register for a retreat,
phone: 206-282-0223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Anne Parish
Every Monday, 8:30 a.m.
in the Assembly Room
Make sandwiches for delivery to local shelters.
Open to any and all, big and small -- "Martha's Workers" = all who help make this happen any given week! Come when you can.
** Drivers needed: to help deliver sandwiches to shelters on Mondays, or to pick up donated food from local grocers and/or to deliver to shelters -
Can you help out once in a while?
Call Nancy at 283-3763
More ways to take part in our parish outreach ministry: Bring tuna (largest size is best) to any entrance at any Mass, or to parish office. Peanut butter, jam, large Mayo also needed.
Links to Archdiocese of Seattle:
Safe Environment Program
represents the bishops of the 3 dioceses in our state on public policy issues
Visit Catholic Community Services of Western Washington on Facebook: CCSWW