News & Events

New Ways to Connect

In addition to our website, social media is becoming such a great way for St. Ann’s to connect and communicate with parishioners and the community around us. We are expanding our Social Media platforms and would love for you to follow us and check out our newest pages.

Facebook: St. Ann’s Catholic Church
My Parish App:


Lost and Found

This little horse was brought into the Parish Office on Thursday, September 28th.  He looks very loved and some little one is probably missing him.

We do have a lost and found drawer that is full.  If you have lost something and believe it may be in this lost and found, please call the Parish Office.  We have things from keys to glasses to baby toys, scarves, jackets,  etc.  You will have to describe your lost item before we can give it to you.

A CarePortal Story: Right Next Door

“We often think we need to go somewhere around the world to really meet needs, but what we’ve realized is that needs are all round us. So you can drive 5 miles from your house, and there are needs there.” — Patrick Johnson, CarePortal Responder
Watch the video above to hear the story of a relationship that began because one family made the simple decision to give and deliver a crib to a young woman. This simple act developed into a beautiful relationship.

From identifying a family in need, to answering that need, you — the CarePortal community — are reaching thousands of kids, right next door.

Care Portal Story


Volunteers needed

  • Ann’s is part of the Interfaith Hospitality Network that helps homeless families.

Family Promise is a partnership of churches in Midland helping families who are facing homelessness. This unique community response offers an opportunity for volunteers from local congregations to be on the front line of Midland’s effort to reduce homelessness while transforming the lives of families in need. This is a ministry that a married couple can do together. In the past 5 years St. Ann has helped 78 families which include 257 individuals– 157 of these were children. We need volunteers.

Take a look at the good we have helped happen:

PRAY FOR PRIESTS – Calling Seven Sisters

Women of St. Ann’s,

Have you ever wondered how you could thank or help our parish priest?  Now an opportunity is being offered in a program called Seven Sister Apostolate.  Seven Sisters is a group of women who commit to one hour a week in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament praying for our parish priest.  We would like to begin in June.  For more information or commitment, contact Linda McDonald at 319-294-2117 or e-mail



Do you sometimes forget your church envelopes or forget your checkbook? Why not make it easier on yourself and setup online or electronic giving of your tithe?  The church can now auto draft your account or you can set up online giving at without any worry of bringing your church envelopes or checkbook.  If you are interested in giving electronically, please call the Church Office and speak to Jessica.  (432)682-6303.