Are you new to the Episcopal Church or curious about our beliefs, customs, and practices? Join our Rector, Fr. Lonnie Lacy, for his semiannual Episcopal 101 class, typically held 2-4 p.m. Sunday afternoons in Lent and in the fall. Classes are open to all but are required for adults who wish to join St. Anne’s through Baptism, Confirmation, or Reception.
- A Brief, Fun Crash-Course in Church History
Getting to know each other. 2,000 years of Church history, including all the sacred stories and juicy scandals that have led to the existence of the Episcopal Church.
- Episcopalians: How Our Beliefs Do & Don’t Differ from Others
The core beliefs that makes similar to and different from other Christians.
- Going By the Book: Why We Use & Love the Prayer Book
Why the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) is important to us. Why we pray ‘written’ prayers. Hidden treasures in the BCP every Episcopalian should know and use.
- Sacraments, Symbols & Seasons: What Does All This STUFF Mean?
How and why we use bread, wine, oil, color, incense and more. 8 days of church you should never miss. Behind-the-scenes tour of the church.
- Next Steps & Going Forth: Living as a Christian (and a Good Episcopalian)
How to join St. Anne’s officially. Becoming a ‘better’ Christian. Ways to get involved.