Welcome to St. Ann’s Episcopal Church!

To protect the health of our parishioners in 2020, Sunday worship will be held at the Seaside Chapel only — weather permitting.

Participation is limited to 50 people per service, adhering to the guidelines of Gov. Mills and the Episcopal Bishop of Maine.

Reservations can be made each week from Thursday at 7am through Saturday for the upcoming Sunday. Click here to make your reservation online.

Click here for our full COVID-19 Update

 

Worship

St. Ann’s is an active, vibrant parish where people from all faiths are welcome to participate in Sunday services. Please click here for information about worshiping with us. 

Hours

Generally speaking, visitors are welcome to visit the property Monday – Saturday from 9 AM to sunset and Sunday (if not attending worship services) from 11:30 AM to sunset. Due to Covid-19, the Stone Chapel and public restroom are closed and will remain locked.

There are days and times each week, when the property and church are not open to the public because of wedding rehearsals and private ceremonies, such as memorial services. If you plan to visit on a particular day, please contact us to learn if there are any events scheduled that would limit your access to the property.

Protocol

Visitors are asked to wear shirts and shoes and refrain from smoking. You are welcome to picnic and we ask that you help maintain the property by taking all refuse with you. Our sexton, Reggie Sargent, is a wonderful ambassador and will be delighted to answer questions and share history about St. Ann’s.

Parking

Limited parking is available while you are on the property. Please do not park your car and take a walk along Ocean Avenue. You might return to find the gates locked and we would hate to have you wait until the next morning to retrieve it.

Pets

We welcome your well-behaved and leashed pets. Please be sure to take with you any “deposits” your pet might make on the grounds. Don’t be surprised if you encounter Josie, the church’s ambassador, during your visit. She patrols her domain regularly!