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  • Phone: (843) 364-6458
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  • Street Address: 2104 Main Street Conway, SC 29526
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 752 Conway SC 29528

 

 

Welcome

 

(click on the image above for directions) 

Our worship space (located at 2104 Main Street in Conway; get directions). Formerly the Lighthouse Christian Book Store, Saint Anne’s purchased the building in March 2020 (with the help of the Episcopal Church Building Fund). The interior of the space has been completely remodeled, and we recently finished touching up the appearance of the exterior. Extra parking is available at Hardwick's Garage next door. 

As you approach the church, you will probably notice that there are several flags lining the sidewalk. The flags are intended to convey the visual message that we are an inclusive church where LGBTQ+ Christians can find a home. The flags also help us show the world that our doors are open to any and all who want to join us as we celebrate, learn, and seek to serve Jesus.

Upon entering the church, you will be greeted by one of our ushers. They will offer you a bulletin; all you will need to follow along during worship can be found in the bulletin.

The usher will also help you to find a seat - if you would like to sit near someone who can describe what's going on during the service, an usher can help with that, too.

In our worship, we follow the Book of Common Prayer (1979), which is an Anglican expression of the worship used in the early church. 

Choir

Led by our Director of Music, Sarah Abushakra, the Saint Anne's choir helps us lead the liturgical music as well as the offertory hymn.

Engaging sermons that are based on the scripture readings of the day. 

Worship centered around the Eucharist (also called Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper, or Mass). If you have been baptized in any Christian denomination, we invite you to partake in communion. If you have not yet been baptized, you can still come up to the altar to receive a blessing by crossing your arms.

We hope you'll find St. Anne's as the inclusive and welcoming congregation we strive to be. Learn more about why inclusivity is important to our congregation by reading a bit about our history. 

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