St. Ann’s welcomes all visitors to participate in Sunday morning worship and to visit the chapel and grounds during the week for reflection and spiritual refreshment. The Rite II liturgy from the Book of Common Prayer for the Episcopal Church of America is followed at both services. Services are held each Sunday from mid-June through September.
While there is no formal choir at St. Ann’s, there is certainly music! Favorite hymns, both old and new, are sung prior to the 8:00 am service when we worship in the outdoor chapel; song sheets are provided and everybody’s pitch is welcome. A new organ was installed in 1994, and is used to provide more traditional music at the 10:00 am service.
Our Lemonade on the Lawn grows in popularity each summer and provides an opportunity for old friends and new to gather on the front lawn of the rectory for informal fellowship. If you are visiting, please plan to join us! Members of the Altar Guild and Parishioners provide lemonade and other refreshments from 9 am – 10 am, between the two services. This year’s dates for Lemonade on the Lawn are:
Sunday Services, mid-June through Labor Day
Sunday Services in September, after Labor Day weekend