The Daughters of the King is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. They have made a commitment to Jesus as Savior, and follow Him as Lord of their lives. This is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the Historic Episcopate. Today the membership includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA), and Roman Catholic Churches.
St. Anneʻs Daughters invite women who would like a deeper commitment with Christ to join the order. Contact: Deb Gallagher, firstname.lastname@example.org
Traditionally, healing has been a gift that Jesus taught us as He ministered during His lifetime. He expected us to continue to heal in His example and to His glory. With that in mind, you are invited to become part ofd our Healing Ministry. Training is involved and these ministry teams offer healing prayers in the Chapel during Holy Communion at the 10:15 am Sunday Mass. Contact: David Jackson
Junior Daughters of the King
January of 2018, St. Anneʻs Chapter of the Jr. DOK was installed. Currently small in numbers, the girls are dedicated to learning about Our Lord Jesus Christ and serving His children both within the walls of St. Anneʻs and in the community. We encourage girls aged 6 and older to attend a meeting of the Jr. DOK to learn more about what membership means. Contact: Julie Walker @
The road to sobriety is often fraught with temptation, anxiety, and fear - you are not alone. St. Anneʻs believes that all people can become the best version of themselves through the work of a higher power greater than ourselves - at St. Anneʻs Jesus is our strength. We wholeheartedly support AA and warmly welcome anyone in need of help to attend an AA Support Group. Meetings are every Monday night at 8:00 pm in the parish hall library.