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Here you will find links to handy sites and documents.


Here you will find links to handy sites and documents.

Priest Holding Book


Our search survey is available and we would love for everyone to participate. Please read the Survey Instruction Letter which provides instructions on survey participation and learn about the ways you can respond — both online (preferred) and paper options available. We request all surveys be completed and submitted not later than February 17, 2021.

The Episcopal Church consists of 100 member dioceses in the United States and the territory of Puerto Rico; as well as churches in Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Venezuela, Curacao, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Haiti, Honduras, Micronesia, Taiwan, and the Virgin Islands. The Episcopal Church is headquartered in New York.

St. Anne's is a member parish of The Diocese of Virginia. Headquartered in Richmond, the Diocese consists of 181 sister congregations. The Rt. Rev. Susan Goff serves the Bishop Suffragan and Ecclesiastical Authority of the Diocese of Virginia.

The Book of Common Prayer guides worship in the Episcopal Church and at St. Anne's. This online version of the prayerbook is a great tool for anyone wanting to know more about our prayer and our belief.

At every service at St. Anne's, selected readings from the Bible are a part of worship. We follow the Revised Common Lectionary -- the order of scripture readings -- appointed for the given day of the Church year. You may access these readings online using The Lectionary Page's handy calendar format.

Every year in February or March, St. Anne's holds its Annual Meeting. This is a bit of a family reunion and a bit of a report on the financial and temporal health of the parish. You may download the minutes of St. Anne's most recent Annual Meeting using the link below.


St. Anne's is committed to transparency in all financial matters. You may examine St. Anne's financial statement by clicking the link below.


St. Anne's is governed by a team known as the Vestry. Twelve elected adult members and one youth member of the congregation work with the Rector to guide and care for the parish. Meetings are open to visitors. We publish a meeting summary in our Vestry Corner after each meeting. Financials and Vestry minutes are available for review in a binder in the church office.

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