Where Can I Serve?

Jesus told us, his disciples, to make disciples of all nations. One of the most important values of this church is our mission to the world. It begins in our own community, and spreads overseas to every nation. Church members are involved in a variety of ministries from things as simple as cleaning out the pews to preparing the church bulletins.


Mission Outreach

St. Annis is thrilled to be part of the spread of God’s kingdom.We encourage all of our people to respond to God’s call for laborers. As a church, we are committed to serving and resourcing our community. Do you love helping others in need? If so, you may want to volunteer time at our Faith and Charity House; mentor at Starke Elementary, or help gather supplies for our annual shoe box drive.


Music & Dance

God-honoring worship is something we strive for. Many church members get involved in our music and dance ministries. Some play their instruments. Some are vocalists. Others are involved in the choir. Still others get involved in drama. These volunteers are an important part of the ministry of our church: using their talents and gifts to glorify God.

Media & Technology

Using media to spread the gospel is a privilege of this church. In an age of widespread technology, we have a stewardship to use these tools as best as possible for kingdom purposes. All of our weekly sermons are uploaded to our website in video and audio formats. We also maintain an active Facebook and Twitter feed for additional church communication.


Prayer Warriors

Prayer cannot be overestimated. Prayer moves the hand of God. Our Church is a body of believers dependent upon prayer, and committed to God’s sovereignty. Each Sunday, during the morning service, a team of volunteers is praying for the ministry of the Word. Throughout the week, volunteers from our Prayer Warriors team conduct a conference call to pray for their pastor, a list of church members, or special requests. Each Tuesday, the church comes together for a special time of prayer and Bible study.

How Do I Meet People?

Our church is not a place for spectators. It is a place to belong. Whether you are a five-year old child, a ninety-five year old grandmother, a busy mom, or a businessman with big responsibilities, we want you to be a part of our vibrant church community. Here is how you can learn, serve, and grow at this church.

Community Groups

Community Groups are the primary way to connect at St. Annis. We gather in groups with our friends and neighbors to live life together, experience the gospel, wrestle with the truths of the Bible, love one another, serve the city, and participate in the mission of God for St. Annis.

Life is meant to be shared. God intends for us to experience life together. The Bible calls this fellowship. Real fellowship is much more than just showing up at services. It is experiencing life together. It includes unselfish loving, honest sharing, practical serving, sacrificial giving, and sympathetic comforting.

Church School

Each Sunday morning, children and adults participate in their own classes. Bible lessons are taught in such a way that every child gets to participate and learn. Our church school is recognized for their meaningful interaction with kids.

Young Christian Women

Life can get complicated once you cross that nebulous threshold into adulthood. There are complicated decisions, bigger stakes, serious relationships, and a lot more decisions. The Young Christian Women of our church provides a welcoming atmosphere for college and early-career aged young people, as well as the young at heart.

Women’s Ministry

Women’s groups give the ladies in our church family special times of interaction. The Matron’s Society’s motto is “Doing All the Good We Can”. This group provides a refreshing discipleship opportunity for the women in the church.

Men’s Ministry

Accountability among men is an act of integrity. Accountability is designed to protect, encourage, and develop men of all ages. The Men’s Ministry will help to strengthen and fortify men to be spiritual leaders in their homes, workplaces, and schools.