A JULY ANNAGRAM IS OUT “Walk down memory lane”

July 21, 2023

Click on the link below: 6-1-2023 to 7-30-2021 July Annagram

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Easter to Pentecost THE AnnaGram

May 19, 2023

Updates on Dodwell House; updates on Anna’s Place; essays; poetry. Click on the link below!   5-11-23 to 6-11-23 AnnaGram  

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Lori Ranner: An exposition on Doubting Thomas Sunday April 16,2023

April 19, 2023

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The Missal for Eastertide

April 12, 2023

Eastertide is the second longest of the church seasons. It is 50 days and culminates on the Feast of Pentecost when it is said that the Holy Spirit came upon the Apostles. Here is the missal for Eastertide (click on the link below): Season of Easter FINAL DRAFT

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Vestry Retreat

March 9, 2023

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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AnnaGram: Lent, Confirmation, Vestry Retreat

March 7, 2023

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

March 2, 2023

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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A Sermon on the Baptism of Our Lord and our own baptisms. ENJOY!

January 12, 2023

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The Hebrew Bible: A Jewish Perspective for Christian Listeners (A Lenten Teaching Series)

December 29, 2022

This class will study significant texts from the Hebrew Bible from both historical and modern Jewish perspectives. We will consider new interpretations of well-known stories from the Torah/Pentateuch, also exploring the Priestly sacrificial system, prophetic visions of social justice, and poetic mythologies. We will discuss what the HB meant for Jews 2,700 years ago, and […]

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Inquirers Classes starting in January

Court intrigue! The history of the Anglican Church and Episcopal Church are filled with all manner of intrigue and perspectives. Was the Episcopal Church really started “because Henry wanted a divorce?” Or, was there more to it than that? Is the Episcopal Church really a reformed version of the Catholic Church, “Catholic light?” How do […]

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