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  • Phone: (111) 222-3333
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  • Mailing Address: 2707 Congress Street Ste. #2G San Diego, CA 92110

 

 

Outreach

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 Rob Donehue (843-364-6458 /  ). 

Churches Assisting People

Since our very first collection at our very first service as a congregation, most of our "loose offerings" have gone to CAP, the food pantry on Main Street in Conway that for almost thirty years has offered emergency assistance to our neighbors. CAP's first "location" was an Episcopal Church closet, and we've chosen to make CAP our special ministry, offering not just our funds, but other help as needed. If you are interested in helping out at CAP, feel free to contact Gail LaSalle ( ). 

Shepherd's Table

Another of our main ministries at St. Anne's is helping out at Shepherd's Table, a local charity devoted to providing a healthy meal to those who are struggling to make ends meet. We have teams which prepare meals, and in participation with other churches in the Conway area, we take turns serving meals, washing dishes, and welcoming guests at the Shepherd's Table. If you would like to get involved with the St. Anne's team which helps at Shepherd's Table, feel free to contact Lynn Smith ( ).  

Episcopal Relief and Development

Founded in the midst of World War II, Episcopal Relief and Development supports programs that fight poverty, hunger, and disease across the world.Active in over 40 countries, Episcopal Relief and Development provides us the opportunity to reach beyond our own neighborhood.  Offerings collected in months when there is a fifth Sunday are sent to Episcopal Relief and Development. For more information about Episcopal Relief and Development, feel free to contact Rob Donehue ( ).