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Celebration at St. Anne Episcopal Church

We love to celebrate all of God’s blessings! Because we are family, we find joy in gathering to share a milestone 90th birthday, a baptism, a Mardi Gras celebration, a wedding anniversary, a blessing of the animals, our annual Saint Anne Sunday, and any other occasion that allows us to remember and celebrate God’s bounty in our lives.


Visiting Saint Anne is like being welcomed home. Our goal is to assist and encourage newcomers to transition from being a visitor to feeling like part of the family. It begins with genuine hospitality at that first greeting and continues with relationship-building opportunities that help newcomers become incorporated into the life of the parish in ways that meet their spiritual needs.

Worship Times

Our Sunday morning services are at 8:00 am and 10am. The 8am service (Rite II, which means modern language) is a quiet, more contemplative service that is completely said. There is no music. Our 10:00 am service (Rite II) offers hymn singing, organ and piano music, and some chanting. It is also livestreamed on Facebook. Our Wednesday Evening Healing service is at 6:00 pm. It is a Rite I service (i.e., traditional language) that offers prayers for healing. It is like our Sunday 8am service in that it is completely said.

What to Expect

Praying, singing, preaching, and rejoicing in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Get connected

When you visit one of our services, just fill out the Newcomers’ Card located at the back of the church or ask an usher for assistance, and we’ll get in touch with you ASAP. If you share your email address with us, we will keep you informed (and we won’t share it with anyone without your permission). Also, keep an eye on our website’s calendar for upcoming events.

Common Questions:

How do I become a member of St. Anne?

Is there a dress code?

Can you help me transfer my membership from another Episcopal church?

(972) 709-0691

Saint Anne Church is in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.