Community Ministries


The 25th annual St. Ann’s Parish Carnival will be Saturday, November 6, 2021 from 10am until 6pm.

We will have a lot more attractions - better than before - games and rides for young children and new attractions teens and adults (both inside and outside). Other activities include Bake Sale,Silent Auction*, classic raffle* with prizes of $2000, $500 and $150. Carnival foods will include cotton candy, French fries, funnel cakes, popcorn, hot dogs, burgers, and so much more.

2021 Attractions
Rock – N – Roll Tubs of Fun Inflatable Archery
Grand Prix Obstacle Course Virtual Reality Roller Coasters
24′ Accelerator Slide Interactive Play System Arena
UFO Moon Bounce Hi Striker / Mini Hi Striker
Loop O Plane Coca Cola Ring Toss
Human Foosball Balloon Darts

*There are no physical raffle ticket sales this year. The raffle sale cut-off date is Saturday, November 6, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. In addition, the Silent Auction will be strictly virtual - items will not be on display during the Carnival. Bidding opens November 1st and will close on November 6th at 3:00pm. If you don’t like bidding wars, all items have a BUY IT NOW option. Winners of items can be picked up either on Saturday, the 7th, from 3:15 to 6 p.m. or at the parish office during regular hours.

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

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

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

St Ann Respect Life is active throughout the year in conjunction with the USCCB's Secretariat for Respect Life through the Diocese of Charlotte and with CPLAN, the Carolina Pro-Life Action Network.

Your participation is welcome and encouraged! All periodic emails are posted at the Respect Life St Ann Charlotte blog, and you can also subscribe to receive emails by contacting Mary Beth Richardson via the contact form on the blog. The periodic emails are also automatically sent to the homeschool email list. Events are also advertised on the parish social communications and bulletin.

Let us pray! Our Father...