Confirmation Classes are offered annually, and scheduled based upon the date of the Bishop’s Visitation. You can find out more by calling the Parish Office at: 574-267-6266.
Wednesday Evening Holy Eucharist is held on Wednesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. in the chapel on the second floor. In the event that the priest is not available for the service, Evening Prayer will be offered in the place of Holy Eucharist.
This was a four week study of accepting peace was held during Advent where we discussed and studied ways to recognize and find peace in the holiday season.
Reflections Bible Study is on hold due to Covid-19
Reflections is usually offered on Tuesday mornings at 10 a.m. Reflections is a weekly bible study on the scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday. We meet in the parlor on the second floor.
Don’t know your Leviticus from your Luke, your Hosea from your Hebrews? Come join Reflections Bible Study for often serious, sometimes humorous, guided discussions about the upcoming Sunday’s readings. Reflections give a deeper understanding of the chosen readings which form the basis of our priest’s sermon each week.
Whether you’ve read the entire Bible, some of it or perhaps only a little, you’re bound to come away with some new insights from the thoughtful discussions and experience a closer relationship with your fellow congregants.
If you have a suggestion for a topic you would like to explore at future Adult Forums, please call the office to discuss: 574-267-6266
Sundays look differently during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to maximize safety, Sunday services are held online. These services are offered through the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Indiana (EDNIN) during which clergy from the diocese take turns providing services and the sermon or homily with diocese clergy and staff. Check it out on https://www.facebook.com/edninvirtualworship/. Join on Sundays for a way to stay connected!
Saturday Evening Post
On Saturdays, during the Covid-19 pandemic, Fr. delivers a sermon/homily based on the lectionary readings for Sunday. You can view the sermon on St. Anne’s Facebook page “St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Warsaw IN” or on Fr. Ryan’s personal Facebook page.