Contact Us

  • Phone:(843) 488-2445
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  • Street Address: 2104 Main Street Conway, SC 29526
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 752 Conway SC 29528



About Us

 Whole Congregation in the parish hall.

Come to this table, you who have much faith and you who would like to have more; you who have been here often, and you who have not been for a while or ever before; you who have tried to follow Jesus, and you who have failed; Come—not because the Church invites you— It is Christ who invites you to be known and fed here. These are the Holy Gifts of God to you the Holy People of God.

St. Anne’s was established in 2012 as a congregation of principle and faith. We worshipped in homes and itinerant spaces, much like early Christians, and built our church's identity on inclusive and radical love. Trusting that God is love, we affirm that all genders and sexualities, all races and abilities may participate fully in all aspects of the life and work of the church. 

We belong to a diocese that shares the tenets of our faith and commitments to deepening our engagement with racial reconciliation and inclusivity. Read more about The Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina.

You will find our liturgy traditional because we believe that history and tradition give us strong roots. You will find our faith progressive because we believe that the study of the natural world and our species yields wisdom. We strive to allow room for the Spirit to help us discern the truth about our history, our tradition, ourselves, and our purpose. With wings may our hearts and minds soar, with roots may we remain connected to those who have come before us. With grace, we offer empathy and reconciliation to those who have been hurt by the brokenness of the church and our world. With conviction, we share the love of Christ through our worship, our fellowship, and our ministry. Jesus summarized all of the scriptures with two commandments: that we should love the Lord our God with all our hearts and all our souls and all our minds, and we should love our neighbor as ourselves. We hope our efforts to follow these two commandments bear nutritious fruit for those who come after us on this earth.


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  2. Our History
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