St. Anne's Episcopal Church

Welcoming | Diverse | Progressive

On February 23, 1969, the Reverend Embry Rucker, the parish’s first rector, celebrated Holy Communion with 42 people in a storefront building at Lake Anne Village Center. Parishioners came from diverse backgrounds, united by their commitment to social action. The congregation supported innovative ministry and outreach to the new community of Reston, which was only five years old when the church was founded. Through the Common Ground Foundation and Coffee House in Lake Anne, we were instrumental in starting a number of needed programs in the community including the Common Ground Child Care Center, Reston Interfaith, the Reston Internal Bus System (RIBS bus) and the Greater Reston Arts Center. The Common Ground Coffee House was an important center of community life for many years and a point of contact for people who needed help. In the early days of Reston, the Diocese of Virginia had the foresight to purchase a plot of land on a hill overlooking Baron Cameron Drive and Reston Parkway. The church building that now sits on this site was dedicated in 1989 and expanded in 1995 to its current 23,000 square feet. Five rectors followed Embry Rucker: Jim Miles, Paula Woods (the first woman rector in the Diocese of Virginia), John Hatcher, Jim Papile and our current Rector John C. N. Hall. Each rector made his/her mark on the parish throughout its forty year history. Today, we worship in a beautiful contemporary church that offers a broad spectrum of inreach, outreach, educational and fellowship programs. Under the spiritual guidance of Rector John C. N. Hall, and Associate Rector Laura Cochran, St. Anne’s has grown to some 1500 active members with four services each Sunday, including a 5 p.m. contemporary service. The church building is in constant use by parishioners, other religious groups and neighborhood organizations as a center for worship, community service, education and social events. St. Anne’s remains faithful to involvement in the greater Reston community, to welcoming all to our church family, and to being a progressive congregation of seekers who rely on scripture, tradition and reason to discern God’s will.

Mission: As the people of St. Anne’s, we believe that we are called into a special relationship with God, with each other, and with all of God’s children in our own community and throughout the world. We work to respond to God’s call wherever it may lead us. We are actively engaged in our community, taking our sense of mission from the needs and hopes of those whom God has given us as friends and neighbors. In faithful and joyous response to that call, we seek: In our PARISH LIFE together: • To assume responsibility for one another as fellow members of our family of faith; • To minister to all of God’s people by embracing the rich diversity of our congregation, and to recognize and celebrate the insights and gifts brought to our common life by children, youth, and adults and by those who are married, single, and in committed relationships, as well as by persons of different races, ethnicities, and sexual orientation; and • To continue to find ways to express our gratitude for God’s gifts to us and our willingness to share those gifts. In our WORSHIP: • To be a Eucharistic-centered parish that is open to exploring and celebrating the rich liturgical tradition of the Church as reflected in the Book of Common Prayer; • To recognize and support the vital ministry of the laity in our liturgical practices and to encourage maximum participation of lay ministers and of the congregation as a whole in our worship experience; • To encourage and support individual parishioners in their own paths of spiritual development, recognizing that there are many paths to God; and • To recognize and support the important role of music in our worship service and to encourage maximum congregational participation in this form of ministry. In our EDUCATION PROGRAMS: • To recognize that growth in the Christian faith is a lifelong process and that it is a special responsibility of our parish to assist and nurture parishioners of all conditions and at all stages of life through education programs, retreats, and other opportunities for spiritual growth; • To provide a place where parishioners can safely raise honest questions and explore new ideas and where there is a genuine openness to a multiplicity of faith understandings, spiritual experiences, and theological viewpoints; and • To recognize that the ultimate truth of God is beyond our knowing and that we must, therefore, live in a creative tension between our own experience and understanding of God’s love and our inability to get our minds around God through any particular theological doctrine or teaching. In our OUTREACH to others: • To identify and make available to our parishioners, opportunities to become personally involved in hands-on projects of ministry to others; • To focus our outreach effort primarily on needs that are not currently being met by others and among those for whom our ministry can make a significant difference; • To recognize that our call to ministry extends beyond our local community and to seek opportunities for active involvement by our parishioners in the work of the Church throughout our own country and throughout the world; and • To share the challenge of the Gospel with others through prayer and action.

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TONIGHT: Tuesday, June 2, 7:00 p.m.

The world around us is unsettled with the ongoing pandemic and racial injustice. Come together tonight to worship God and pray for our world in this special evening devotion. Following the worship service, we will have time for facilitated discussion about the death of George Floyd and many others and the heightened awareness of racial injustice in the last week as well as the ongoing threat of COVID-19.

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Happy Pride Month!!!

Reston Pride’s annual celebration was scheduled for this Saturday but due to COVID-19, a decision was made several months ago first to postpone and then to cancel the event. It will occur again in 2021 and meetings are just starting to schedule that event.

However, Reston Pride is more than just a once-a-year celebration and is involved at a grass-roots level in local LGBTQIA+ issues.

St. Anne’s has been closely involved in Reston Pride since its inception 2 years ago, co-chairing last year's celebration, and continues to support this important organization.

If you are interested in finding out more about the work of Reston Pride contact Tim Barwick at [email protected].

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Statement Against Racism - SignOn Letter - May 29, 2020 | Virginia Interfaith Center PowerBase

A Message on Peace, Justice, and Racism

Dear Friends of St. Anne's,

Almost fifty years ago, Pope Paul VI wrote, "If you want peace, work for justice."

It has grieved me in recent weeks to realize that justice eludes us as again and again racism in this country continues unabated -- from Satilla Shores, Georgia to Louisville, Kentucky; from Central Park to Minneapolis.

In light of these recent events, the Virginia Interfaith Center has issued a Statement Against Racism to which Mother Laura and I have added our names. I commend this to you to read as well as and endorse with your own signature.

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Additionally, as we prepare to celebrate the Feast of the Pentecost - with the giving of the Holy Spirit to peoples gathered from every culture and nation - I will be conferring with leaders of the parish to discern any additional steps appropriate to take for St. Anne's as a faith community.

Pax,

The Rev. Dr. John Stonesifer
Interim Rector

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May 31, 2020 - Morning Prayer - St. Anne's Episcopal Church

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The Bee Team at St. Anne’s had an exceptional day of beekeeping yesterday. That’s me in the pictures holding up those very full frames of bees. With just about two years under my belt as a beekeeper, I was able to set up our very active hive to be split sometime in the next week or two. We located the queen and we were able to box her into the two middleboxes. We also discovered that our top box honey super that we just put on two weeks ago was completely full. There were so many bees, which is phenomenal after struggling over the past year with swarms, missing queens and lost hives. We’re also excited to have honey.

-Eileen Ellis

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2020 05 31 Come Away to the Skies

Listen to our fabulous choir's first "separated but still in harmony" video from today's Pentecost service. Would you like to join our choir? Contact Lisa Tyler at [email protected]

The Anthem • Come Away to the Skies • Middlebury • arr. Jack W. Burnam

JQ Gillen, Robin Drake, Kurt Wilkinson, Maurice Fliess, led by Lisa Tyler

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2020 05 31 Come Away to the Skies

Some of the people at today's very red Pentecost service including some great hats.

Sometimes the food pantry collection process looks a little different.

This week we were contacted by Dale Repshas, a local realtor who was looking for a location to collect food pantry donations from her contacts. She is collecting for our partners at Cool Green Bags. Done!

(Photo: Dale is on the right.)

Please join us for Pentecost this Sunday, May 31, at 10:00 a.m. using the link found here: https://www.stannes-reston.org/online-worship

Our Pentecost service bulletin is available at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zCIFEuf-FaFQ6kWoRR1aMRL2z9DsqMKI

Our Bikes for the World bike collection was postponed due to the quarantine, however Chris Cameron and Joe Bellman had allowed us to use their garage for temporary bike storage before the collection event.

The Bikes for the Team stopped by Chris and Joe's today to take the bikes to people who need them to make a living or to take care of their health.

May 24, 2020 - Morning Prayer - St. Anne's Episcopal Church

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A Simple Gesture Reston

Cool Green Bags returns! Your support of this important ministry is crucial for our food pantry as we share the challenges that our local food warehouses face in keeping up with demand.

If you're curious about Cool Green Bags drop an email to Tim Barwick at [email protected].

As our area begins to "open up" food insecurity continues for many of our neighbors. Your support of our pantry partners the past few months has been inspiring! THANK YOU!

Sadly, the need continues to expand. The pantries we serve are under extreme pressure from both the needs of their dependent families and the source of their food supplies. You've seen the footage on the national news, but here's how you can help in our community:

On Saturday, June 6, along with your cool, green bag, leave an extra bag items from the "Needs" list below. Any extra items we can contribute will help a neighbor in need. If you can leave an extra bag, indicate that is for A Simple Gesture so the driver will know to take it.

Your Simple Gesture will make a difference!

Shopping List

Our pantry partners have asked that we not donate products that have expired as they will have to discard those items. What they do need is listed below:

Needs:
Pasta sauce
Canned vegetables (all kinds)
Canned soup
Canned fruit
Mac and cheese
Pasta
Dry rice
Dry beans
Lentils
Flour
Sugar
Pancake mix
Peanut butter and jelly
Canned meats
Cereal (regular size and not sugary)
Cooking oil
Microwave popcorn
Granola bars
Bar soap
Toilet paper
Toothpaste and toothbrushes
Maxi pads
Detergent
Toilet paper

Always Needed:
CANS
Beans
Tuna
Salmon
Vegetables
Soup
Chicken
Chili
Juices
Tomato
Sauce
Fruit

JARS
Cooking Oil
Peanut Butter
Jelly

BOX/DRY
Cereal
Lentils
Oatmeal
Macaroni & Cheese
Pasta

BAG
Rice (1 and 2 pound bags only, please
Flour
Sugar

HYGIENE
Toiletries
Feminine Products

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On Sunday join us for Morning Prayer at 10:00 a.m. at www.stannes-reston.org.

Our service bulletin is available at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yz8BqnUF3x7E5Sjy_XEksCJSx2dt6sNn

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Today our food pantry team served 75 families. There was a long physically distanced line waiting when we opened at 11 a.m. Many thanks to today's volunteers: Alice, Sarah, Barry, Clai, Keith, and our food pantry manager Glen. Also thanks to the baggers who were here last night getting us set up, the shoppers, shelvers, and everyone that makes this ministry work so smoothly...and of course thanks to YOU for your support.

This month all our fresh produce came from our own community garden. Stay tuned for food donation opportunities.

St. Anne's clergy and leadership, along with other local faith leaders, have signed this statement addressing the swastikas painted at North Point last night.

Clergy Statement against Cowardice

May 20, 2020

Swastikas were painted on the sidewalks and street furniture at North Point Shopping Center last night.

Often we call these, “symbols of hate,” and they, along with zoombombers shouting the n-word or posting images of pornography, demonstrate the dark path that seduces too many of our fellow citizens during this pandemic. Whether one promotes the hatred of Jews, people of color or women, I believe these symbols, are less shouts of fear and loathing and more whimpers of cowardice.

We face a disorienting unknown. We barely understand the scope of the virus and our economy is fragile, while our political leadership contributes to the sense of chaos. As our minds spin into endless questions, the chasm of despair beckons to our souls. We are afraid, and the quickest analgesic is to project the fear onto an enemy. Our minds are wired to find a target when threatened, and the easiest target is some marginalized group in society. This eases our mental tension, providing temporary relief, until fear swells again within, and we seek another hit of mental relief in greater acts of villainization of the other. Hate is the opiate of a terrified society.

As we were polarized before Covid-19, we should only expect a crescendo of these symbols, and we must turn them back before violent symbols become violent acts. We are already seeing attacks on retail workers who ask patrons to wear masks.

The solution is to call these symbols what they are, marks of cowardice. While they claim to communicate hate and fear, they really belie the underlying weakness and loneliness of the perpetrator.

We are all afraid, and courage is the ability to face a fear and carry on despite it. Cowards allow fear to drive their decisions and actions, undermining one’s duties and purpose.

This pandemic requires unity of purpose, steadfastness, and sacrifice. To prevent its spread we wear masks for each other, our representatives authorize bailouts, and we make do at home while we support and applaud those on the front lines. This is our task, as essential as buying War Bonds or planting Victory Gardens. The first two months of this were the easy part. This next stage promises more uncertainty, impatience, volatility and scary numbers. We are all afraid.

The moment calls for courage. We invite everyone to drown these cowardly messages with the message “Hate has no Home Here.” Write this on sidewalks, take photos, use the hashtag and post it online. Let us show Reston, Herndon, Vienna, Northern Virginia, the Commonwealth and Country that we go forward together.

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May 17, 2020 - Morning Service - St. Anne's Episcopal Church

Regarding Zoom Difficulties This Morning

Dear Friends of St. Anne's,

Our apologies for the problems with Zoom worship online this morning. We understand that many of you were only able to connect after many attempts and some not at all. We missed you and hope to see you next Sunday or at services on Wednesday or Saturday.

There was a system-wide problem with Zoom that we only learned of during our worship time together. We are sure that they are working to resolve the problems and expect to return soon to the usual smooth-running format we've had up to now.

If you were not able to join this morning and would like to view the recording you can find it at https://www.stannes-reston.org/online-worship?wix-vod-video-id=c6f9d77d0d26478ca8a788d97ba08156&wix-vod-comp-id=comp-k8ivxf8s.

We know how important it is to connect with the St. Anne's community in this time. Please contact us at [email protected] if you have questions, concerns, or needs.

Pax,

The Rev. Dr. John Stonesifer
Interim Rector

Chris Cameron
Senior Warden

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May 17, 2020 - Morning Service - St. Anne's Episcopal Church

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Phased Regathering for Worship in our Church Buildings

A video message from Bishop Susan. In this video, she discusses our phased regathering and introduces the four Task Group Leaders who will be helping our congregations through this process.

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Bishop Susan Goff shares details for a phased regathering for worship in our churches.

An opportunity on June 8 at 5:30 p.m. for you to listen and ask questions of our local elected officials on the Board of Supervisors and the School Board. Led by Cornerstones, our own Tim Barwick is chairing this effort to advocate for issues important to our community.

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Our weekly Thursday Family Bible Story and Conversation begins online at 5:00 p.m. Families with kids are invited to join us!

The link is found in the “Family Activities” section on this web page: https://www.stannes-reston.org/resources

Hope to see you online in just a little while.

stannes-reston.org All worship services may be found on the Online Worship page, including Holy Week services and our three regular weekly services.

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Bees find Birdbath

Eileen Ellis, one of our beekeepers, reports: "St. Anne’s bee team is super excited that our bees have found the water in our new birdbath. As beekeepers, it’s important that we provide a reliable source of water to our bees and that it be close to the hives. If you’d like to learn more, there is great information here. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=26345"

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Bees find Birdbath

If you want to find out more about St. Anne's Episcopal Church's mask-making "collective" contact Peggy Hobler at [email protected]. :-)

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Bishop Susan's letter today regarding phased regathering for worship.

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Sopha and David Egge perform Pie Jesu by Marcy Pyrtle

On Sunday Sophia and David Egge brought a beautiful performance of Pie Jesu https://youtu.be/6SPBn45H8pk to our morning prayer.

Sopha and David Egge perform Pie Jesu by Marcy Pyrtle

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St. Anne’s (Virtual) Grill Night Kicks off this week!

Tanya and Mike would like to announce that starting THIS WEEK, we’ll gather on Zoom on Wednesdays at 6:30 (grill night time) and grill and eat together, separately. It is very much Come As You Are. Bring your own strange snacks to “share" with the group - if it’s some random thing thrown together from your pantry, all the better!

As is Grill Night custom, everyone grills or cooks their own meal, so that’s part is the same, we’re just not standing around the same grill.

We’ll “Zoom” at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86428822449

Feel free to invite friends in the community to join in. No need to dine alone - we’re great company! For new members joining us, this is not formal church or a prayer service in any way. The conversation is light and typically about life, celebrating each other's joys and lifting each other's burdens over a shared meal.

See you Wednesday for an early welcome to this fun summer St. Anne’s tradition!

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Listen to today's service of Morning Prayer, with a sermon by the Rev. Dr. Anne Cooper, and prelude performed by Sophia and David Egge.

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While we're all aware of the land immediately around our parking lot, we may own even more land to the east of the church, in fact, our property line runs up to the back yards of the houses on Mediterranean Court. We had had a tree fall and, of course, we want to be good neighbors so Megan organized cutting down some trees that were a little unsafe in this area. While we had the company onsite we also had them trim trees that were brushing our roof on the Baron Cameron side of the church.

Our Story

On February 23, 1969, the Reverend Embry Rucker, the parish’s first rector, celebrated Holy Communion with 42 people in a storefront building at Lake Anne Village Center. Parishioners came from diverse backgrounds, united by their commitment to social action. The congregation supported innovative ministry and outreach to the new community of Reston, which was only five years old when the church was founded. Through the Common Ground Foundation and Coffee House in Lake Anne, we were instrumental in starting a number of needed programs in the community including the Common Ground Child Care Center, Reston Interfaith, the Reston Internal Bus System (RIBS bus) and the Greater Reston Arts Center. The Common Ground Coffee House was an important center of community life for many years and a point of contact for people who needed help. In the early days of Reston, the Diocese of Virginia had the foresight to purchase a plot of land on a hill overlooking Baron Cameron Drive and Reston Parkway. The church building that now sits on this site was dedicated in 1989 and expanded in 1995 to its current 23,000 square feet. Five rectors followed Embry Rucker: The Rev. Jim Miles, The Rev. Paula Woods (the first woman rector in the Diocese of Virginia), The Rev. John Hatcher, The Rev. Jim Papile and The Rev. Dr. John C. N. Hall. Each rector made his/her mark on the parish throughout its fifty year history. Today, we worship in a beautiful contemporary church that offers a broad spectrum of inreach, outreach, educational and fellowship programs. Under the spiritual guidance of our Interim Rector, The Rev. Dr. John D. Stonesifer, and the Associate Rector, The Rev. Laura Cochran, St. Anne’s s serves some 1000 active members with two services each Sunday at 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. The church building is in constant use by parishioners, other religious groups and neighborhood organizations as a center for worship, community service, education and social events. St. Anne’s remains faithful to involvement in the greater Reston community, to welcoming all to our church family, and to being a progressive congregation of seekers who rely on scripture, tradition and reason to discern God’s will.

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May 31, 2020 - Morning Prayer - St. Anne's Episcopal Church
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1700 Wainwright Dr
Reston, VA
20190

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An Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Virginia located in Reston, VA. Sunday services are held at 8:00 am and 10:00am.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 15:00
Thursday 09:00 - 15:00
Friday 09:00 - 15:00
Sunday 07:45 - 12:00
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