News & Events

Help A Vietnam Vet

Dear Parishioners-
Sr. Elsa is asking for frozen meals for a 74 y.o. disabled Vietnam Vet who will be having hand surgery and will be unable to open cans.
A parishioner has already donated an electric can opener for canned goods. So to supplement the meals-on-wheels that comes for the noon meal, Sr. is asking if you
have any frozen meals in small containers for this man. His freezer is not large, just the top part of a regular sized refrigerator. He does have a microwave.
He would also appreciate sandwich makings. If you can help, please use the link below to sign up. Dates and locations of where to bring meals is in the link.

He would also appreciate sandwich makings. Please sign up using the link below.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0449AEA92EA02-freezer

He will have his left had done first and in two weeks his other hand. So supplemental meals are needed for a few weeks. He lives on a very tight fixed budget.

Thanks for feeding the poor and supporting our veterans.

Thank you

A HUGE THANK YOU to Chris and Betsy Repman and Aaron and Heather Hale our Fair Chairs and Co-chairs for the 71st Annual St. Ann’s Fair! THANK YOU to all of our sponsors and everyone who helped with construction, baked a cake or worked a booth!
THANK YOU to everyone who attended the Carnival and Fair! What an amazing weekend!

Youth Center- Groundbreaking!

Um, WOW! Look at the photos of the new St. Ann’s Youth Center! Can you believe that this beautiful building will be right across from the church? Can you see your kids here? Picture them hanging out with friends growing closer to God! Groundbreaking happened this weekend, so we are on our way! We still need your help funding this building and we have made it so easy for you to give: https://osvonlinegiving.com/4215/Home/NewQuickGive

 

Family Promise Needs Volunteers

Family Promise serves families with children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, with the mission of “help[ing] homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence through a community-based response.” St. Ann’s has participated in Family Promise for over 7 years and needs volunteers. Families come four times a year to stay at St. Ann’s for one week. Volunteers are needed to prepare supper, arrange the bedding, do laundry and be night hosts so that our guests are well supported. Please contact Sr. Elsa at srelsa@stannsparish.us.
Click on the link below to learn more about Family Promise and read about the families they have helped in 2018.

https://fp2018air.familypromise.org/?utm_source=Master+list&utm_campaign=f2f5c4d063-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_12_12_06_15_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f472e65732-f2f5c4d063-132195857