Please contact the Parish Office for more information:
(704) 523 - 4641


This group of parishioners helps families when a loved one has died. Volunteers help with the Mass and with food as needed.


HOPE (Helping Other People Endure) is a group of volunteers that reaches out to help the sick, elderly and shut-ins of the parish with visitation and Holy Communion. Contact the Parish Office to learn how you can help.


The Hospitality Committee takes care of receptions for parish events. Members set up tables and chairs, provide decorations, food, and drinks, and clean up after receptions for events such as First Communion, Confirmation, Easter Vigil, Parish Mission, and our parish feast day celebration.

For more information, contact Brenda Kresak at 678-793-2510.


Meets the first Sunday of each month at 6:30pm. They stay very involved with the parish: Christmas tree sales, Fall Carnival, Wings and Ribs for the “big game”, Easter Meals, and much more.


Mission: To pray for women who are pregnant or seeking to become pregnant. To provide free meals (cooked by parish volunteers) for women who have recently given birth.

If you wish to receive prayers concerning pregnancy or to receive meals when you give birth, or if you are available to cook meals occasionally throughout the year, please contact the Parish Office

Good St. Gerard, powerful intercessor before the throne of God, pray for us.

For more information, contact Brenda Kresak at 678-793-2510.


All parishioners are invited to join this special organization which provides silent works of charity. They meet the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm. This group seeks to serve the distressed, aged, lonely, and homebound. Members quietly and discreetly give material and spiritual aid to needy individuals and families; aid which is donated by the many generous members of St. Ann’s parish.


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Our Young Adult Group aims to bring faith-enriching community to young adults aged 20 to 35 in our parish and the local Charlotte area. Join us every other Tuesday for our Holy Happy Hour, beginning with adoration at St. Ann’s from 6:30 to 7:30 pm followed by a drink at a local establishment. For more information and to stay in the know on the latest events, join our GroupMe:

Also, mark your calendars for the 3rd Annual Vigilant Retreat for Charlotte Young Adults from April 5-7, 2024. Please visit for more information.


The Vigilant Retreat is a locally created, weekend-long, overnight conference for young adult Catholics (ages 21-35, both married & single) in the Charlotte area, with the ultimate mission of inspiring fellow young adults in the pursuit of holiness. This will be the 3rd Annual retreat, from April 5-7, 2024 at the Catholic Conference Center, with the theme of "Finding Rest for Our Souls". Learn more and register now at!


Our The Young Couples and Families group is comprised of newly married couples and families in the first few years of parenthood! This group hosts events throughout the year to help parishioners meet other couples and families in the same stage of life! Events in the past have included lake days, cookouts, fall festivals, and more!

For more information and to be added to the email list, please contact Clara Davison at