Our Building and Grounds
Meeting or Banquet Space
Saint Anne's is accessible, has a spacious parking lot, and is centrally located near Highways 494, 110, and 52. We invite you to hold your community meeting in one of our beautiful meeting rooms or classrooms. In addition, our fellowship hall is a wonderful space for parties, receptions, or dinners of up to 100 people. Contact the church for more information, rental rates, and availability.
Wheelchair and walker accessibility: Saint Anne's is on one level, with no steps into the building or into the sanctuary. A drop-off lane allows guests to exit vehicles right at the door. There is an automatic door button on the door leading to the office section of the building (near drop-off lane.) An accessible restroom is located in the education wing.
Saint Anne's is ideal for end-of-year recitals, or concerts by small vocal or instrumental groups. Our sanctuary is an intimate venue, seating up to 150. Our grand piano is available for use by groups performing at Saint Anne's. Sliding fee scale; no charge for groups raising money for outreach. Please contact the church for more details.
In the summer we worship every Sunday - weather permitting - in our outdoor chapel. Created in 2007, this lovely worship and meditation space was the realization of a long-deferred dream, brought to reality by the vision and hard work of an Eagle Scout; Mark Furniss led the fundraising, design of the benches, and construction. 21 benches were given as dedications of thanksgiving or in memory of loved ones. The benches were dedicated and blessed on St. Anne's Day in July 2007. Outdoor worship is held every Sunday during the summer, 9:00 a.m., beginning after Pentecost. There is also an indoor liturgy every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. In case of inclement weather, the 9:00 service is held indoors.
The Summer Club kids spent the summer of 2009 working and playing toward the goal of establishing Saint Anne’s as an International Peace Site, and decided a peace garden at Saint Anne’s would be a beautiful outward sign of this commitment. The blessing and dedication of the Peace Garden was held on October 4, 2009. Plants from our home gardens, bulbs and seeds were planted, as we sang and prayed and read poems written by the children. We held dirt in our hands and asked God's blessing on our garden. In October 2010, three Peace Poles were planted and a prayer flag trellis was added. The peace garden was removed in 2015 for parking lot renovations. In 2016, the Peace Garden was relocated and rededicated at the entrance to the church.