ST. ANN CHURCH | WINDWARD, O'AHU
Welcome to our St. Ann Parish,
Our parish is celebrating 180 years of prayer, presence and service on the windward side.
Since its very beginning Saint Ann has been under the pastoral care of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts. Our community has been Blessed by the Lord with so many gifts, which are evident in our many ministries.
The high point of our life is the Mass and sacraments. There are opportunities for faith formation for keiki to adults. We reach out to the wider community through our food pantry and homeless and affordable housing ministry.
We are grateful for what God gives us and we return it in thanks by being good stewards of His gifts. Please come and join us.
Fr. Rich McNally, SS.CC
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Daily Mass Monday through Saturday
Daily @ 7:00 am
Confessions @ 4:00 pm, Mass @ 6:00 pm
7:00 am, 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 11:30 am and 5:00 pm
St. Ann rectory handles registration for infant Baptism. The first step in the process is for the parents to meet with a priest prior to attending the baptism sessions. Sessions are on the first and second Sundays of each month at 10:00am for parents and godparents. Baptisms are usually on the fourth weekend of the month. Please call the rectory, 808-247-3092 Ext. 111.
The Sacrament of the Sick (formerly known as the "Last Rites") is a sacrament of comfort and healing. St. Ann encourages celebrating the Sacrament of the Sick during the 7:00 am weekday Mass or by appointment.
Call the Rectory at the onset of serious illness or chronic disease, before scheduled surgery or hospitalization or in the case of an emergency. Please call the rectory, 808-247-3092 Ext. 115.
We are called by God to make Stewardship a way of life... an opportunity to place our faith in action. St. Ann allows for many opportunities to deepen your faith through ministries, charities and volunteering. Take a moment to discern and contemplate your potential involvement as a member of our Stewardship committee.
Prior to setting your wedding date, call the rectory to get in touch with a priest or the Pastoral Assistant. The Diocese of Honolulu mandates a sixth-month minimum preparation period. Besides scheduled session with a priest and a “sponsor couple,” an Engaged Encounter Weekend is an integral part of the preparation process.
Faith formation aims to deepen a relationship with Jesus through educational and enrichment opportunities. Designed to touch the intellect as well as the heart and help the faithful live and experience a more
The sacraments impart grace, in addition, the very act of celebrating them disposes the faithful most effectively to receive this grace in a fruitful manner, to worship God daily, and to practice charity. No better way to exercise Charity then in the giving of your time through participation in the Holy mass as a Liturgical Minister. See a list of our Liturgical ministries by clicking below.
Service to our parish and communities at large is an important part of the mission of St. Ann Church. For the reason, parishioners will find a variety of options to put their faith into action by participating in prayer and outreach ministries that positively impact both our parish and Windward, Oahu communities.
The Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary were instrumental in the introduction of Catholicism in Hawaii. St. Ann Parish is the second oldest Catholic parish in the State and the oldest on the Windward side of Oahu. Click the button below and learn more about our inspired past and rich history.