August Offerings and Expenses
August 11, 2020
Upcoming Live Streams
Net for Month:$ 426.
Current pending bills are:
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October 18, 2020
Mass - 7:30 am-Live Stream
or In Person
Baptisms and First Holy Communion
Mass in the Courtyard
See you there
Please remember, during the Bishops' upcoming visit there is to be NO meet and greet, nor any pictures taken with the Bishop. We are still adhering to the Covid-19 protocols
Please remember your Parish Offerings. Though we are closed our expenses continue. Offerings can be mailed to P.O. Box 190, Needles, CA., dropped at the office, or you may make offerings on line through our web site, or by connecting through the San Bernardino Diocese web site.
Offerings can now be paid by debit or credit card in the office. Thank you
A Special Thank You to our Bulletin Advertisers:
Azteca Concrete Works
Big O Tires
The Computer Shop
Jernigan Insurance Agency
Living Waters Hospice
Mohave Valley Boxing Club
Scentsy - Janis Lando
Welcome to Saint Ann Catholic Church
You’re Welcome Here
Founded in 1888, we have been serving our community of Needles, California and our brothers and sisters from tri-state.
More Than a Church
A Welcoming Church at the Heart of the high desert in Needles, CA
Saint Ann Catholic Church, a parish in Needles, offers members - and visitors - a chance to become a part of the body of Christ and the community of faith. To grow in their love for God and for one another.
We are rooted in the stories of the Gospel and worship for what we believe so it can be expressed in everything we do. Our philosophy is founded on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. No matter who you are, there’s a special place for you at our church. Get in touch today or come and visit us in person.
Our Vision, Our Mission, Our Calling
Nurture Each Other in Faith
Our mission at Saint Ann Catholic Church is to be compassionate, inclusive and to walk with Jesus. Through the Gospel, service, worship, and mission, we bring God closer to our hearts and to the hearts of those around us. As a fellowship of believers, we are called to proclaim the glory of God to one another in a loving and caring way, especially to the least among us.
“The Church must be intelligible to the simple as well as to the shrewd”