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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.


 

Help for the Price Family.

Members are asked to consider making a donation to help defray legal and other expenses

as Carolyn and David Price seek to finalize the adoption of their son James.

Visit https://www.tilt.com/campaigns/legal-help-for-baby-james/description to make a donation and to read their blog.

 


 

New Adult Sunday Christian Education Class

November 2-23.

 
Evangelicalism in America. The Born Again Years’

will be taught by the Rev. Ann Walling.

The class will cover the beginnings of evangelicalism from the Watergate scandal and the influences of evangelical figures and its impact on our nation’s social and political landscape.


 

Giving back some of God's Gifts

Fall Stewardship Drive: Generous Giving for Abundant Living.


This is the theme for our stewardship drive and for the stewardship ministry in 2014/15. There was a mailing last week with pledge forms, the Mission and Ministry Booklet, a letter from the co-chairs Tom Hardin and Laura Deitrick and the Vestry Stewardship Statement.

Members are asked to return completed pledge forms for The Ingathering of Pledges and Blessing on November 23.

 


 

Room in the Inn begins November 15.


Room in the Inn is an outreach ministry that provides shelter and food for those living on the streets during the winter months. St. Ann’s is host twice a month. This year we are partnering with Forest Grove United Methodist Church in Joelton, Tn. St. Ann’s has participated every winter since 1989.

Room in the Inn

 


 

Parking Volunteers Needed

The need for Titan parking volunteers continues.


Any time given is helpful. The next game is Monday evening, November 17th. The game begins at 7:30pm. Volunteers are needed two hours before the game and 30-60 minutes after kick-off. The volunteer sheet with dates of games is on the Great Table. Contact Paul Donley for questions. Other dates for home games are December 7, 14 and 28. All scheduled for Noon.

 


 

Adult Study Offering for Advent. ‘The First Christmas: What the Gospels Really Teach about the Birth of Christ.’


This is the book being discussed by the Progressive Pilgrims study group beginning Thursday, December 4. People are asked to purchase the book and read the first chapter for the December 4th meeting. The group meets on Thursdays at 7pm. For more information contact Vicki Brown or Madeline Walls .

The First Christmas by Marcus J Borg and John Dominic Crossan

 


 

Advent Wreath

Advent Wreath making on Sunday, November 30.

People can make a wreath for family or friends. There will be premade wreaths available. The cost for a pre-made wreath is $15. The cost to make a wreath is $10 and includes the candles and a booklet of prayers for weekly lighting the wreath. It will begin after the 8:30 am service. There will be no Christian Education classes that morning. Members are also asked to bring Boxwood, Fir and Holly to help decorate the wreaths.

 


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.