The Rev. Tyler C. Richards has accepted a call to serve as Rector at St. Anne's Episcopal Church, De Pere.
Fr. Tyler is originally from Alabama. He received a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Alabama. He completed a Masters of Divinity at from The School of Theology at The University of The South (Sewanee) currently serves as Rector of Transfiguration Episcopal Church in Indian River of the Diocese of Eastern Michigan.
St. Anne's Episcopal Church has served the De Pere area since 1935 with roots as a worshipping community dating to as early as 1849. It is a worshiping community of 250 baptized members with an average Sunday attendance of 100. Located on De Pere's east side near De Pere High School, it's members are dedicated to being “a Family Living and Growing in Christ.”
Fr. Tyler, his wife Colleen, and their baby daughter Emery will join the St. Anne’s family as soon as circumstance allows, hopefully in July.
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St. Anne's Episcopal Church in De Pere, Wisconsin has released the profile in the search for for its next Rector. The profile is no longer available. Visit St. Anne's website at stannesdepere.org for more information
In mid-December, the Rev. Eric Mills, Rector of St. Anne's Episcopal Church, De Pere, announced acceptance of a call to serve St. Philip's Episcopal Parish in Southport, North Carolina. This new ministry position begins February 1st. Fr. Mills served as St. Anne's Rector since 2010. May God continue to bless Eric in continuing to serve in ordained ministry.
The worshiping community of St. Anne Episcopal Church, De Pere, will celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Tuesday, December 11 at 7:00 p.m. All are invited to join this commemoration. This celebration commemorates the appearance of Mary to the Mexican peasant Juan Diego in 1531. Many Episcopal Churches nationwide celebrate this Feast Day.
St. Anne Episcopal Chhurch, De Pere, invites members of the parish, diocese and community at large to its grief support program, “Walking Through the Valley”. Walking Through the Valley is a faith-based ministry to those who have suffered a loss. Grieving is a process, it is a journey through the pain of loss to a place of being able to rebuild one’s life. This ministry aims to assist people in their journey by providing listening hearts, information and encouragement.
The summer group grief support session begins July 9th, and is held on five Monday evenings, 6:30 to 8:00. Individual grief support is also available for those who seek private support.
For more information, contact Dcn. Mary Lynn Adams (DcnMaryLynn@gmail.com) or the St. Anne’s office 920-336-9571.
St. Anne Episcopal Church, De Pere, is introducing a new ministry for the parish, Diocese and community at large. “Walking Through the Valley” is a faith-based ministry to those who have suffered a loss. This ministry aims to assist people in their journey by providing listening hearts, information and encouragement. Walking Through the Valley consists of three offerings:
Complete information and registration is available at stannes.us.