Welcome to Saint Ann's Parish
Welcome to Saint Ann’s Old Lyme, an Episcopal Church in Connecticut on the coasts of the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound. We have been a welcoming community in this landscape since 1883.
We are in the time of COVID-19, and our lives have changed forever. It is a time to deepen our faith and stay connected.
The sign on our front yard reads, "The voice of prayer is never silent." Prayer courses through us like the waters of the estuary on which we sit. Prayer is our lifeline to God and to one another. Prayer is as vital as the air we breathe and the water we drink.
In the midst of uncertainty and death, we know that love is contagious, and that resilience and hope are stronger than any fear of the unknown we possess. May our prayers this season of COVID-19 be our consolation and our faith be our strength and guide. In the words of Hymn 594, "God grant us the wisdom and courage for the facing of this hour, for the living of these days.”
Stay connected! Pray with us.
Saint Ann's Mission Statement
We are a community of Christians,
open to all, who serve God in Jesus Christ through worship, education, mission and fellowship.
Face masks are optional at all services in our church.
Parishioners and visitors are to asked to respect and lovingly support those who continue to wear masks.
Parishioners and visitors are responsible for respecting appropriate social distancing in all areas of the church.
Save the Date for a Fall Tailgate!
October 1st with DJ CPotts
You know that autumn traditions are much loved when "pumpkin spice" has been added to the dictionary. Tailgate parties fall into that category. Bring your own nibbles and/or dinner, and Charlie will provide the tunes! So pack up the pick up and join us in the Saint Ann's parking lot for music and fellowship from 4pm to 6pm.
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Grow deep and wide in the love or our Lord; deepen ministries within our parish and expand ministries beyond our parish.
Spread the love of God in Jesus Christ in all aspects of our communication.
Explore and put in place a “right sized” model for our parish. In all aspects of our common life, develop a plan to live within our means.