St. Anneʻs Christian Counseling Center was established in 1989 in response to a growing need for quality therapeutic counseling to a wide range of persons and families in need. Counseling specialties include substance abuse and family counseling.
Contact: Dr. Carolyn Morris
Our Mission is to help all people in the community with basic food needs in the form of packaged and canned goods, and occasionally frozen foods. The Food Ministry is always in need of food and personal care item donations in any quantity. We are working on plans to re-open this ministry on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 9-11. Please watch this space for more information.
Rev. Cheryl Bakker, and Linda Axelson
St. Anneʻs Mobile Ministry (SAMMs)
Although open to all, a major thrust of SAMMs is a mobile food ministry to the many homeless veterans living in the immediate area of St. Anneʻs. SAMMs began in 2013 when a veteran in our parish saw the overwhelming need of his fellow veterans, many of then living out in the elements. Currently free food in the form of fresh fruits, vegetables, bread and often milk and other products is available every Monday and Wednesday from 4:00 - 5:30 pm in the church's front parking lot. If you or someone you know is in need, please contact Jerry Barger. (352) 613-0623.
Episcopal Church Women
Episcopal Church Women is an organization within the Church that unites all women through worship, service, study and fellowship. ECW is open to all women. Meetings and workshops have been temporarily suspended; please watch this space for updates. Contact: Edwina Reisig email:
Coffee hour is suspended at this time. We look forward to a time when we can all safely gather for coffee and snacks and great fellowship time, when the parish hall re-opens and it is deemed safe to do so.
Our Fatherʻs Table (OFT)
Our Father's Table is temporarily closed due to the pandemic safeguarding measures. Please watch this space for announcements and more information. Thank you for understanding.