What to Expect

Address, directions and map.

St. Ann’s has a diverse congregation and dress is not a focus.  Some folks come in their Sunday Best, others in shorts and flip flops, but most come in ‘business casual’ type dress.  We don’t care what you wear, as long as you feel comfortable.

Parking can be hard to find in an urban setting, but St. Ann’s has a small lot on the east side of the building at the corner of Woodland and 5th, as well as a larger parking lot just west of the church on Woodland Street.

Services generally last an hour.  The service may go a bit longer for special celebrations.

Childcare is provided for infants and toddlers.  Infants stay in the Joy Room which is in the front of the building, off the WHAT’S It Called Hall.  Toddlers can play in someotherroom-I-don’t-know-the-name-of which is to the right as you enter the church, and down the hallway.  That’s a crappy description…

As members of the Episcopal Church, we follow the Book of Common Prayer, use the 1978 Hymnal, and read from the scriptures during all services.  If this sounds intimidating, don’t worry, we have a service cheat sheet to tell you where we are.

Our 8:30 Holy Eucharist service is quiet, with no music.  The later 10:30 Holy Eucharist service has a Choir and piano.  The congregation also joins in the singing during this service.  (The choir is not present during the summer months.)

St. Ann’s uses incense on High Holy days like Easter Vigil, All Saints and Christmas Eve.

As our guest, we consider your presence is present enough, and do not expect you to donate as the plate is passed.

Sit anywhere you like.  If there is a crowd, or you arrive after the service has started, a Greeter will be happy to help you find a seat.


Seeking and serving Christ in all persons.

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