Wherever you are in your quest for belief St. Ann’s welcomes you.

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St. Ann's is a faith community that seeks to witness to the unconditional love of God in Christ through worship, fellowship, spiritual growth and service. We welcome and invite others to share in our journey of faith. As Christians we place a high value on inclusivity, acceptance and openness.

Our legacy over the past 155 years has deep roots in the East Nashville community. These roots and the grace of God have led us to reach out beyond our neighborhood.

As you visit our website we hope that something will speak to you on your faith journey. You are invited to worship with us on Sunday or contact us to learn more about our life and ministry and the Episcopal Church.


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Sunday worship service

 

8:30am and 10:30    Holy Communion

 

Childcare is provided for Infants and Toddlers

during all services.

Christian Education for children and adults begins at 9:30am.

 

 
Franklyn Schaefer

An Evening with The Reverend Frank Schaefer on October 23.

The Reverend Schaefer is the United Methodist minister who was defrocked for officiating at the marriage of his son who is gay. He was later reinstated. He will speak and answer questions. He has written a book entitled‘Defrocked’. The book will be on sale that evening and he will sign copies. Please invite your friends.

   
Episcopal Diocese of Middle TN

Quiet Day on October 25 from 10am-3pm.

People will gather at the Diocesan Center on Woodmont Blvd for this day of prayer and meditation. The cost is $5 for lunch. To register sign the form in All Saints Hall or call the parish office at 254.3534. The leader is Amanda Stephenson.

   

A Family Celebration
 
Sunday, October 26
4pm-6pm
The Home of Peg and Tom Hardin
519 Fatherland Street
 
This is a parish wide gathering to give thanks for our life together in Christian fellowship.
 
You are asked to bring your favorite family appetizer to share. This isonly a request.

The beverages will be provided.

   
All Saint's Day

Pray for the Saints forms are available for members to list the names of deceased loved ones and friends to be read at both services. The forms are located in All Saints. Members can also call or email the church office to have names added:

254.3534 or

click here to contact the church.

The Celebration of Holy Baptism will be celebrated for Finn Stainbrook at the 10:30 service.

   

Donations to help fight Ebola in Liberia

Episcopal Relief and Development is working with the Anglican Diocese of Bo in Sierra Leone and  the Episcopal Church of Liberia  in response to the Ebola virus. The assistance includes awareness, food, personal protection equipment and disinfectant to under resourced hospitals and clinics. To learn more and to make a donation visit www.episcopalrelief.org.