Episcopal Church

St. Anna’s purpose is to lead people into a growing relationship with Christ, to declare the liberating power of the Gospel, and to be the church that demonstrates the love of Christ through works of justice, mercy, empowerment and hospitality.

All are welcomed.
None are shunned.

We are a diverse congregation and our slogan is "All are welcomed. None are shunned." Our worship style is ornate with deep ritual yet it remains warm and inviting. We are also kid and pet friendly, we are a real community church.

Worship Times

Sunday In Person Worship

10:00 a.m. Praying the Rosary

10:30 a.m. Solemn High Mass


The Daily Office:

Morning Prayer 8 a.m., Noon Prayer,
Compline 9:00 p.m. on Facebook Live



Breaking News

Thank You House Representative Troy Carter

Saint Anna's Approved for $750,000 Federal Grant for Dodwell House

Dr. Jason Gaines: The Old Testament from a Jewish Perspective for Christian listeners.

Dr. Gaines is a Professor of Jewish Studies at Tulane University and is the co-chair of Jewish PRIDE. Dr. Gaines will be offering his insights each Wednesday evening during Lent. His talks begin at 7 p.m. All are invited to worship at 6 p.m. with a light supper at 6:30 p.m. There is no charge for these great classes.

Parish Transition: New Rector Search

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St. Anna’s News

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March 9, 2023

Vestry Retreat

In February your Vestry went on retreat. We arrived at the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center on Friday evening. That evening was spent in prayer and reflection. The following day and a half were devoted to the present and future time, life, and ministries of Saint Anna’s Episcopal Church. Time Talent and Treasure are often the […]

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March 7, 2023

AnnaGram: Lent, Confirmation, Vestry Retreat

There is so much in this AnnaGram, good poetry, essays, reflections, reports on the Dodwell House, Confirmation, Retreats, read mark learn and inwardly digest as the BCP says. It’s good stuff. Click on the Link below (*): (*) AnnaGram 2-25 to 3-25 2023

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March 2, 2023

Saint Anna’s in the German News 7-6-2017

Thursday, July 6, 2017             The Third Page                       The Newspaper of Baden Germany   THE NAMES OF THE DEAD In New Orleans, a Pastor Fights Against the Widespread Violence and the Cult of the Gun in America – With a  Memorial for the Victims   Treme; the name has a certain ring. In the […]

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February 26, 2023

Karen Judge’s Report to the Congregation

As most of you know, Fr. Bill will be retiring on July 23 rd of this year. A Search Committee has been formed with the approval of your Vestry. This now becomes the time we must start to search for a new rector, one that we all have a voice in choosing. The Search Committee […]