We invite you to share the life of Jesus with us.
We believe that we are a gifted, a loving and dynamic community, a people of open arms and shared dreams. We have no doubt that our greatest resource is the Spirit of the Lord with us. Together we ask that Spirit to unlock the creative energies of our many hearts and fire a Living Faith among us that the Kingdom of God may be our abiding reality.
This St. Anne Catholic Community has grown over the years from a tiny, country parish into a large, suburban one. The growth continues into a new millennium, and the opening of the year 2000 brought something wonderful to the St. Anne Community: the total renovation and expansion of our Parish Campus. With the dedication of our new church building on April 30, 2000, the parish celebrated the fulfillment of the long held dream and the fruit of the sacrifice and commitment made by so many in the course of faith. The new Parish Campus embraces totally renovated and expanded parish school facilities, a beautiful new church and gathering area, and a special chapel formed from the old parish church building.
We realize that our increasing population can bring a certain depersonalization and that our very large geographic boundaries can make us feel detached and separate from each other. Our welcome to you is designed to make every effort to overcome the difficulties of size and to say in a truly warm and loving way that we want you to belong with us.
We are many ages, coming from many backgrounds and places. It must be our strong faith in the Lord Jesus that draws us together and our real and loving concern for each other that brings faith to life. Our goal is to become living stones that form the House of God.
Please aquaint yourself with the many ministries and programs. They are open to everyone; we invite and encourage everyone to participate. Our contemporary lives are diverse and often difficult, but at the Eucharist table we find our center and our challenge.
Worship with us, share the living Word of the Scriptures; join us for fun and celebration. May we together grow in the Lord.
Fr. Bernie Pietrzak, Pastor