For the latest  at St. Anne's: December 2017 Newsletter

Save the Dates:



Angel Tree

The Angel Tree is here again so that your gifts will be distributed to local children.  You may select a boy or girl, and the ages run as follows: 0-12 months, 1-4 yrs, 5-9 yrs, 10-14 yrs and 15-18 years. Please bring your gift with the 'age'-tag no later than Dec. 17.

Christmas Eve,  Sunday, Dec. 24:

     9:00am- Advent 4 (1 service only)

       10:30am- Greening of the Church

1:00pm- Holy Eucharist  with Silver Tea to Follow

     9:30pm- Christmas Hymn Sing

     10:00pm- Holy Eucharist

Christmas Day, Dec. 25th:

No Services - Merry Christmas!

New Year - 2018

Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018 – Bishop Gates’ Visit

Sat., Jan 27th Blood Drive with the Red Cross. Details to follow.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 – St. Anne’s Annual Meeting
(snow date Jan. 28)

Our Mission Statement:

St. Anne's seeks to be led by the spirit to understand God's purpose for the world with our mission being to respond through Christ in worship, education, fellowship and service. Amen.

Our origins:
Our parish began in 1879 when parishioners of St. Anne's Lowell, who lived in Billerica, started meeting in homes as the St. Alban's Guild for men, and the St. Elizabeth's guild for women. A church was built and consecrated in 1890 and remained a mission church until 1959. St. Anne's continues to be rooted in the Episcopal tradition, welcoming all people and expressing that diversity in a variety of experiences.