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424 West Market St.
Warsaw, IN 46580

Rector: In Transition

Phone:               574-267-6266
Fax:                     574-268-0714
Office Hours:   Tuesday – Friday 9 am – 4 pm
Email:               office@stanneswarsaw.org
Facebook:        St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Warsaw, IN
Instagram:       st.annesepiscopalwarsaw

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Welcome to St. Anne’s!

This is where you can get “virtually” acquainted with St. Anne’s – the people, the activities, and the ministries. Of course, we are best understood on site and in person, and we invite you to attend services on Sundays at 8 and 10:15 a.m.  and there are opportunities for fellowship and study, as well, which can be found on this website’s calendar. You may or may not be familiar with the Episcopal Church, but we am confident that, wherever you are on your journey of faith, someone here will walk with you as our liturgies are celebrated and God’s Word is preached.

Please take a few minutes to get acquainted with us and, should you come and see us in person, know that you will be welcomed!

In Christ’s love,

St. Anne’s Episcopal Church

Join us for worship…

  • 8 a.m. Rite One – A Traditional Service
  • 10:15 a.m. Rite Two – A Contemporary Service

Live Streaming-Facebook: St.Anne’s Episcopal Church in Warsaw IN YouTube Channel: St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Warsaw, IN.

On-demand YouTube viewing: *available 24 hours after the recording of the service on St.  Anne’s Episcopal Church, Warsaw, IN

Bulletins, Readings, Prayers of the People and This Week at St. Anne’s:

Season of Pentecost Sunday, July 21, 2024 w/Readings, Prayers of the People and This Week at St. Anne’s
July – August 2024 Serving Schedule

The Visitor: Quarterly Newsletter:

THIS WEEK AT ST. ANNE’S
WELCOME The Rev. Joe Czolgosz we thank you for serving as our supply priest. It truly been a pleasure to have you back and we look forward to our next time together.
JULY OUTREACH OF THE MONTH COMMUNITY SOUP KITCHEN We will feed neighbors in our community at First United Methodist Church on Wednesday, July 24. There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board for the help needed, set up, cooking and clean up. We will also take a collection of toiletries, paper products, laundry soap and other items that government assistance does not help with. You may give monetary donations to assist with the cost of food by writing a check to St. Anne’s and write soup kitchen on the memo line. 
FUTURE EVENTS
ST. ANNE’S DAY CELEBTATION On July 28 we will celebrate our Patron Saint, St. Anne with one service at 10 a.m. Celebrated by Bishop Doug Sparks, followed by a carry-in brunch. Please sign up on the bulletin board for a dish to share.
ON-GOING EVENTS
REFLECTIONS BIBLE STUDY Meets on Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. in the parlor.
THE BEACON St. Anne’s outdoor food pantry helps provide nonperishable foods and hygiene items to our neighbors. To help, pick up extra grocery items when you shop and place them into the pantry any time throughout the week.  No glass items please. Popular items:  Cereal, peanut butter, jelly, spaghetti and sauce, tuna, Tuna Helper, shells & cheese…
2024 FLOWER CHART To sponsor altar flowers, please sign up on the chart in Rose Hall. Flowers are $40 per arrangement, there are two per Sunday. Flowers may be given in memory, celebration or in thanksgiving. An envelope will be sent to you to fill out the information. The new chart is posted on the bulletin board in Rose Hall. Open Sundays: July 21 & 28.
SEARCH COMMITTEE UPDATE
“Here are the exact three questions the Search Committee will be asking members of our church as this first step in our Rector Search Process.  If you are scheduled to be interviewed, please prayerfully consider your experiences, your history, your activities here, and answer accordingly.  And we thank you.” The deadline to be interviewed is August 1.  
SEARCH QUESTIONS TO PONDER:
  • Where/How do you encounter God in your relationship with St. Anne’s Episcopal Church or What is it about St. Anne’s that makes it your spiritual home?
  • Where do you think God is calling St. Anne’s as a faith community?
  • What would need to change in order for us to respond (more) effectively to that call?

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