Community Ministries


The 23rd annual St. Ann’s Parish Carnival will be Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 10am until 6pm.

There will be rides including a Ferris Wheel, Tubs of Fun, Giant Swings, Mega Slide, and Bounce House. Over 15+ Games including Gold Fish Pitch, Double Shot Basketball, Ring Toss, and Moon Shot. Other activities include Bingo, Bake Sale, Silent Auction, Face Painting, $2,000 Raffle and a 50/50 Raffle. Carnival foods will include cotton candy, French fries, funnel cakes, popcorn, hot dogs, burgers, and so much more.

Click here for Men’s Grill Club Sign-ups.

Sponsors are needed and we have several packages available for parishioners and corporations.

We look forward to seeing your family, friends and neighbors at the St. Ann’s Carnival!

Silent Auction Registration
Online raffle sales end Sept 27th. You can purchase tickets at the church through Oct. 5th at 5:30 PM

Thank you to all our 2019 Corporate Sponsors!

Donations to the Carnival can be made here.

Food Collection

On the first and third Sundays of each month non-perishable food and paper products are collected at Mass. A volunteer takes them to Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte for distribution to individuals and families in the area.

To learn more about how you can help, contact the Parish Office:

☏:  704-523-4641

Gaudium Musicae Concert

In the past churches have often served as concert halls as the Catholic Church has always been one of the greatest patrons of the arts.  Sadly, today’s popular culture features very little that is edifying for our people.  As our society is so saturated with movies, television, music, and art that is raunchy, disheartening, profane, and even sacrilegious at times, our parish – through the Gaudium Musicae concert series – provides truly beautiful music that both inspires and ennobles those who attend our concerts.

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Homeless Ministry

St. Ann’s Parish Homeless Ministry outreach to Center of Hope – Women & Children’s Shelter. The first in a year-round series of monthly missions to bring Sunday dinner, Monday lunches and after-school snack bags to homeless kids, moms and single women. Located at 534 Spratt Street, near the intersection of Graham Avenue and Statesville Road, the Center of Hope shelters over 250 residents. Currently 40% of these souls are children aged 12 or younger. Please pray for them as they embark on a new aspect of their own prayer lives in leadership and service. Donations to the “Home Missions” collections taken up quarterly here at St. Ann’s help to fund this outreach. As the homeless ministry’s relationship with the Center of Hope grows, we can expect to discover and meet other specific needs that can be met through our stewardship.

To learn more about how you can help, contact the Parish Office:

☏:  704-523-4641

Respect Life Committee

These parishioners are active in Respect Life opportunities throughout the community; an annual dinner for MiraVia in October, the 40 Days for Life campaign, the Life Chain and involvement in other aspects of the Respect Life organization.

To sign up for respect life email list, email Mary Beth Richardson at .

Join us to pray the Rosary to stop abortions at the Hebron Abortion Clinic off South Blvd. Every Saturday at 9:45am.