Greetings in the Name of the Crucified and Risen One, Jesus Christ!
On behalf of the people of St. Anne’s, I welcome you to our website. Here, you will discover a little bit about us, and you might find a reason to come visit us in person! I truly believe that you would see we are a hospitable and caring congregation, active in reaching out to the community as well as offering the expected worship, fellowship, and study opportunities for our members.
We celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 8 and 10:15 a.m. on Sundays and at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays; these services are our principal experiences of hearing the Word preached and receiving the Sacrament. Our encounter with the Risen Lord is, as you notice, both through Scripture and through the bread and wine of Holy Communion. We invite all baptized Christians – regardless of their background – to share in the spiritual food and drink of the Sacrament every time we gather for worship.
The Episcopal Church is a “middle way” between the Protestant and the Roman Catholic traditions; having descended from the Roman Church ourselves, we maintain many of the liturgical forms, orders of ministry, and outward appearances thereof, but we also embrace many emphases of the Protestant Reformation such as married clergy, evangelical preaching, and opportunities for lay leadership. We also strive to welcome people from diverse political, religious, and ethnic backgrounds, so as to make the “tent” as big as possible in our increasingly divided country.
The best way to see what we’re all about is to visit us in-person, and, if that is not an option, please view the videos of our Sunday services online on our Facebook page and YouTube channel. May you find a blessing by being with us and in the Lord’s presence whether at the church or virtually.
Grace and peace be with you, The Rev. Ryan Fischer, Rector St. Anne’s Episcopal Church
Holy Eucharist at 8 and 10:15 a.m. Join us for worship as we continue to worship during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Facemasks are optional. Social distancing is still recommended. Thank you for worshiping with us, please note:
- Hand sanitizer will be available in several locations.
- Communion will be available by consuming bread and wine from the chalice or in individual cups.
Join us for worship…
8 a.m. Rite One – A Traditional Service
10:15 a.m. Rite Two – A Contemporary Service
*If you are not able to join us in person: St. Anne’s offers livestream on our Facebook page: “St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Warsaw, IN” or our YouTube Channel “St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Warsaw, IN.
**If you do not watch it live, you can access it 24 hours after the recording of the service at this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXDQgZpgyvkbcBEdwDBLMrw/videos
Bulletins, Readings, Prayers of the People and This Week at St. Anne’s:
May-June Serving Schedule;
The Visitor: Quarterly Newsletter:
Parish Annual Meeting January 23, 2021
Diocesan Youth Camp & Sr. High Mission Week
To register for Diocesan Sr. High Mission Week go to www.ednin.org under the ministries tab, scroll to Sr. High Ministries.
What’s near St. Anne’s Episcopal Church?
- For information about Warsaw: http://warsaw.in.gov/
- For information about Warsaw Community Schools: http://www.warsaw.k12.in.us/
- For cultural opportunities in Warsaw: http://visitkosciuskocounty.org/explore-the-area/history-and-culture/