While worship is an everyday occurrence, we as a church come together to learn from the Bible and praise God together throughout the week. 

Sunday Morning Service - 10:00 am

   Followed by Sunday morning application time

Sunday Evening Study - 5:00 pm

Wednesday Youth Group - 5:00 pm

Wednesday Evening Prayer - 6:30 pm

Sunday Worship

Every Sunday morning we take time to reflect on what God has done and thank him for that through worship. We worship by singing His praise and learning how to grow nearer to Christ through living like Him. 

After the service we take time to grow nearer to each other through fellowship, along with taking the time to truly understand and process what was taught during the service through application questions and group discussion.

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Sunday Evening

Corps of Discovery: Sunday evenings at St Anne Baptist Church are built for growing together in our discipleship. Taking our queue from the Lewis and Clarke Expedition, we travel through studies to help us discover who we are where God is trying to take us as a church. It is a relaxed, sweet time of fellowship and study.

Disciples Path:  Currently we are going through a journey of discipleship that will help us better understand what we believe and who God is calling us to be. The Disciples Path series was created to help churches instill biblical understandings, principles, and practices of discipleship, with the end goal of making disciples who make disciples.
The 4 volume series focuses on essentials of the Christian life: who Christ is, baptism, prayer, the importance of community and discipleship, and more.

Youth Group - Kids 4 Christ

Wednesdays at 5:00 pm during the school year, we welcome school-aged kids up through 8th grade to learn a story from the Bible, play some games in the gym, and enjoy a home cooked meal.

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Wednesday Prayer

One important aspect of having a relationship with Christ is talking to him. Wednesdays at 6:30 our congregation comes together to pray for ourselves, each other, our community, and our world. 

We follow an outline of prayer which makes it super simple if you feel like you don't know where to start.

  • Adoration: Giving praise to God for who he is and what he has done
  • Confession: Admitting how we have stumbled in our walk with Christ and asking God for forgiveness
  • Thanksgiving: Thanking God for how he has blessed us
  • Supplication: Asking for God to work on our behalf