Contact Us

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




There are many ways for you to get involved at St. Anne's!

Acolyte Service

Our team of acolytes is made up of women and men; both young and old. Duties for acolytes include carrying the processional cross, carrying torches, assisting with the setting of the table, and occasionally chalice bearing. Acolytes help the service to run smoothly, but perhaps the best part of being an acolyte is that you are always guaranteed a great place to sit. If you would like to learn more about becoming an acolyte, please contact Barry Dennis. 

Altar Guild

Our altar guild team helps to set up the Lackey Chapel for Worship every Sunday. Before the service begins, they arrange the sanctuary, set the altar, make sure there is enough bread and wine for the service, and generally provide for the beauty of our worship. If you are interested in learning more about the work of the altar guild, please contact Charlotte Bafile. 

Education for Ministry (EfM)

Our Education for Ministry (EfM) group, led by members Jim Gross and Dan Hitchens, meets every Monday evening from 6:30-8:30pm. Enrolled participants explore scripture, tradition, and theology as part of a four-year, intensive training program run through the Sewanee seminary. Enrollment for 2020 will begin in June, so if you are interested in learning more about EfM, please be in touch Jim Gross, Dan Hitchens, or Fr. Rob. 


One of the things that St. Anne's of which St. Anne's is most proud is our exceptionally talented choir. Every Sunday is a delight when the choir presents a musical offering to the glory of God! We're always looking for talented singers to make the choir even more amazing, so if you are interested in lending your voice, please be in touch with our music director, Suade Anderson. Quite apart from the camaraderie, being in the choir is rewarding because, as St. Augustine reminds us, "When we sing, we pray twice."

Episcopal Church Women (ECW)

Verna Dozier, theologian and Biblical scholar, said, “Don’t tell me what you believe; tell me what difference it makes that you believe.” The ECW chapter at St. Anne's strives to make a difference in the world through various activities designed to build up the spiritual lives of the women of St. Anne's. ECW plans activities and fundraisers throughout the year. For more information about ECW at St. Anne's, please contact Kathleen Hearn.


The men of St. Anne's, or the EGALS (feel free to ask about the acronym, but be prepared to get a few different answers!), is dedicated to fellowship, fun, keeping bureaucratic procedure to a minimum, and doing good works. If you'd like to learn more about how to get involved, please get in touch with Richard Lovelace.


Greeters are parishioners who volunteer to look out for visitors and newcomers, provide them with information about St. Anne's, introduce them to other members at Coffee Hour, gather information about newcomers to give to the clergy and generally welcome them into the life of our parish family.

Pastoral Care Team

St. Anne's has a dedicated group of lay persons who help to care for members of St. Anne's who are in need. Our pastoral care team makes regular visits to those who cannot join us for worship on Sundays, taking them communion and providing a helping hand whenever possible. If you would like to learn more about the pastoral care team, or if you know someone who needs a pastoral visit, please contact Fr. Rob.