As we continue to emerge from the pandemic, we see the world around us through new eyes. We are called to be neighbors in this beautiful and broken world and we learned in our isolation how valuable relationships truly are. As we continue to realize how our time in the pandemic has shaped us, molded us, and formed us, now is the time to look at the need of St. Anne’s, the community of Winston Salem, the world beyond our country and ask, “How might God be calling me to use my gifts to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbor as myself.”
On Wednesday, October 19th, you are invited to come for a meal, a worship service, a ministry fair, and a conversation about stewardship in a post-pandemic world. A simple supper will fill our bellies as the rich conversation will fill our hearts. All are invited to come and explore how God is calling you to offer your gifts as we discover who we are and who we are becoming.
You are invited to pick a ticket that corresponds with what you will bring to our feast on the 19th. Come ready to worship, feast, stroll through our ministry fair, and talk about your gifts in the woven tapestry of ministry at St. Anne’s.
To register for this event, please follow this link: