When you visit Saint Anne's, we want you to feel comfortable, and so here are answers to some frequently asked questions.
|8:00 AM||Holy Eucharist: Rite I
|9:30 AM||Holy Eucharist: Rite II
In-person worship and Broadcast Live
Children's Bulletin Bulletin
|5:00 PM||Holy Eucharist: Rite II
|6:00 PM||7th & 8th Grade Youth Group
September - May
|7:00 PM||High School Youth Group
September - May
|6:00 PM||Centering Prayer|
|6:45 AM||Men's Bible Study|
|8:00 AM||Bible Study|
|6:30 PM||Women's Bible Study|
How is God present at Saint Anne's Church? As Jesus said, come and see. What is God doing through the faithful people of Saint Anne's Church? Come and see. What is the worship like at Saint Anne's Church? Come and see. What are the people like at Saint Anne's Church? Come and see.
If you desire to worship God in a lively Christian church, if you desire to serve your neighbors through active outreach ministries, if you desire to grow in faith through engaging Christian formation, if you desire to participate in a friendly and caring community, if you desire to be part of a diverse and inclusive Christian church that truly welcomes everyone, come and visit Saint Anne's Church. Come and experience the grace and love of our Lord Jesus Christ. Come and see. Everyone is welcome.
Saint Anne's Episcopal Church is a sacred community where faithful people gather for worship, study, service, fellowship, and stewardship. Worship, both private prayer and corporate celebration, is the foundation of our Christian life. In worship, we open ourselves to receive God's Holy Spirit, the source of divine grace and love. Study informs, strengthens, and develops our Christian life. In study, we nourish our faith by exploring Holy Scripture and the Christian tradition. Service is the practical expression of our Christian life. In service, we engage with each other and our neighbors in life-sustaining ministries of hospitality and generosity. Fellowship is the heart of our Christian life. In fellowship, we experience nurture through joyful companionship with family and fellow church members. Stewardship sustains our Christian life. In stewardship, we take care of the Church and the world for ourselves and future generations. If you would like to know more about Saint Anne's worship, mission, and ministries, we invite you to visit. Everyone is welcome.
Historic Old Saint Anne's Church is located on the corner of South Broad Street and St. Anne's Church Road in Middletown, Delaware. Established 1704-1705 by a missionary society of the Church of England in what was then known as Appoquinimy (present day Middletown and Odessa) and named in honor of Queen Anne, English monarch at the time of the parish's founding, Saint Anne's has two historic church buildings in which to worship: Old Saint Anne's Church (built 1768-1772) and Saint Anne's "town church" (built in 1872 and destroyed in the Great Fire of Middletown in 1882 and rebuilt later that year).Learn More
|Monday||9:00AM to 4:00PM|
|Tuesday||9:00AM to 4:00PM|
|Wednesday||9:00AM to 4:00PM|
|Thursday||9:00AM to 4:00PM|