Annapolis - St. Anne's Parish

199 Duke of Gloucester Street

As a Christ-centered parish, we at St. Anne's proclaim God's creating, redeeming and sustaining love for all people. We shall live and work together as a parish family that recognizes Jesus Christ as the source of all that we are, have and do. Through the effective stewardship of our resources of money, persons, and faith, we shall reach out and minister to those in our parish and to our neighbors, the sick, the homeless, and the needy in our community and beyond. In communion with our sister parishes in this dioceses and all baptized Christians, we strive to advance God's kingdom.


Jinda Zhao

Monday, Dec. 25, 2017
This church wakened my memories in Shanghai Community Church, not only about the beautiful buildings and pipe organ, but also about my committment to God. The sermon message was deeply meaningful which I enjoyed the most. I will definitely revisit there if I got a chance to Annapolis again.

Locknath Singh

Monday, May 8, 2017
This church which is a historical building is in a circle. The area is neat, nice & quiet. The people are friendly, helpful & beautiful. I also love the landscape & architecture.

John Marquette

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
This large Episcopal church sits in the center of Annapolis ("Ann's City) in the middle of a pair of Colonial-era traffic circles/piazzas. Next to the church is the Maryland State House. Notable in the church are the twelve stained glass windows. After entering the nave, the he first window to the left (back of church) honors an early rector (head pastor), Mr. Southgate, after whom is named a neighboring residential street. This is an active place of worship. While it is most heavily used on Sundays, visitors may encounter religious activities at various hours of the day throughout the week. Note that the space is used for quiet prayer and meditation by all. It's wise to maintain relative quiet while visiting unless on an organized tour of the space.

David Day

Monday, Jan. 15, 2018
Lovely bit of history

Cheryl Sollars

Sunday, June 4, 2017
I enjoy going to services occasionally at this historic landmark.