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St. Ann Catholic Church offers a variety of ministries that people can get involved in. Scroll below to find a ministry that you like to be a part of. Come and join us! We need you!

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Bible Study


The bible study starts on January 19, 2023 and runs for 20 sessions, meeting
the first and third Thursdays of the month at either 1 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. The
study guides have already been ordered and received. If you are interested in
attending the bible study, please fill out the attached registration form and mail it and your check to St. Ann Catholic Church, 4057 US Business Highway 70 West, ATTN: Bible Study (Emmy) Clayton, NC 27520.

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Ladies Guild

Every lady of the parish is cordially invited to be part of the warmest, funniest, most generous group of women in Johnston County!

We meet every 1st Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the Parish Center.

Things we do: Raise money for charity, EAT GOODIES, volunteer in the parish when needed, EAT GOODIES, support each other EAT GOODIES, socialize, have fun, laugh.

Medical Clinic

A Free Sunday Medical Clinic or “Day of Grace” is offered every second Sunday of the month from 9 am – 1 pm. Open to All St Ann Parishioners and Members of St Joseph Primary Care.  The clinic operates by our wonderful volunteer nursing staff, be examined, and treated by one of our Medical Doctors.  Please talk to your Family and friends within the parish and encourage them to take advantage of this wonderful Ministry being provided to our Church Family. This is focused toward uninsured parishioners, but all parishioners are welcome. Please call Christine Johnson (919) 915-4000 or Peter Le (919) 386-6866 for more information.  


Food Pantry

  • Every Friday

  • All Johnston county residents are welcome. 

  • Open 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM 

  • Photo ID and proof of Johnston County residency required 

  • Limited to 1 visit per month

  • Drive through service

Safety Ministry

The St. Ann Safety Ministry has an overall goal of providing useful and safety-related information to our parishioners. We will periodically provide a “Safety Ministry Update” in the church bulletin. This update is intended to inform our parishioners of relevant safety information in an ongoing effort to provide a safe and secure place of worship.


Legion of Mary

The Legion of Mary is an international association of members of the Roman Catholic Church who serve it on a voluntary basis. It was founded in Dublin, as a Roman Catholic Marian Movement by the layman and civil servant Frank Duff


Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship requiring no membership dues or fees dedicated to helping alcoholics peer to peer in sobriety through its spiritually inclined Twelve Steps program.

Altar Servers


St. Ann Parish Family Library

Guidelines for the St. Ann Parish Family Library


1.  Must be registered as a parishioner to check out books.

2.  Limit 4 books per person

3.  May keep books for 30 days.

4.  Fill out appropriate information on check out log.


St. Ann Parish Family Library

Open Sundays 9:00am-12:30pm

Located in the Parish Center Family Room

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