Get Involved at St. Anne Catholic Church

There are many wonderful ministries here at St. Anne.  Please prayerfully consider how you can use your time, talents and treasure to get involved in this amazing community!

Hospitality Ministries

The Gathering

Parishioners gather in St. Anne Hall after all weekend Masses to enjoy refreshments and fellowship. To ensure a smooth and success gathering, volunteers are needed to setup, maintain, and clean up afterward. This ministry provides a great and simple way to get to know other parishioners.

Contact Nicole Hieger for more info:


The Greeters create a pleasant environment by welcoming people to mass by opening the doors, saying hello, staffing the information tables in the gathering space and providing direction to visitors. These hospitality ministers, along with the ushers, help create a culture of hospitality before, during, and after mass.

Contact Mena Evans or Christi Lalicker for more info: or

Lenten Suppers

These gatherings are offered on Friday evenings during Lent for the St. Anne’s community. Parish Ministries or groups of individuals are invited to bring their favorite meatless meal, serve the meal and clean up after the meal.  The parish reimburses parishioners for any expenses incurred.  

Contact Dcn. Tom Moyes for more info:                                                                                         

Newcomers Ministry

The Newcomers Ministry welcomes new members to the parish to foster a more vibrant and involved faith community. This team is responsible for hosting welcome events at the rectory.

Contact Cindy Ryan for more info:

Office Reception Volunteer

Office receptionists volunteer for 3 hour shifts one day a week.  The morning shift is from 9-12 and the afternoon shift is from 1-4.  Volunteers answer the phone, help with office mailings, greet visitors, and assist with other administrative duties at the Parish Office.

Conatct Laura Jones for more info:

St. Anne Parish Feast Day Picnic

The parish festival is held each July around St. Anne’s Feast Day.  Volunteers are needed to help organize and run this community building event.

Contact Drew Fenton for more info:

Supper Club

All adults are invited to join other St. Anne parishioners for fellowship, food and fun.  These are casual, potluck meals taking place in parishioners' homes and/or local restaurants once a month.  Dinner sessions are held during the months of March through June and September through December.

Contact Mike and Tama Clark for more info:


The ushers create a welcoming environment by directing and seating parishioners as they arrive for Mass. They also help with the offertory and distribute bulletins. This ministry is open to men, women, and families. Volunteers are scheduled once a month.

Contact Joe Sicilia for more


Prayer Ministries

Eucharistic Adoration

As Catholics, we believe in the real presence of Jesus’ body, blood, soul and divinity in the Eucharist. Worship of the Lord's Eucharistic presence draws us closer to himself and gives us a greater desire for holy communion with him. Exposition of the Eucharistic Host, for adoration by all the faithful, takes place in St. Anne Church Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. This ministry is made possible by individuals making a weekly commitment of one hour on the same weekday each week to ensure that the Eucharist is never left alone.

Contact Gail Hobbs for more info:

Prayer Line

These dedicated volunteers pray for intentions received by the Parish Office from our parishioners.  

Contact Mary Lou Compton for more info: 918-251-4000

Rosary Leader

This simple but prayerful ministry leads the gathered faithful in one decade of the Rosary 15 minutes before each weekend Mass.  Also, the Rosary is prayed after daily Mass.  Prayer leaders are needed to lead the Rosary for each Mass.

Contact Dcn. Tom Moyes for more info:


Formation Ministries


Everyone has questions. We believe everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and share their point of view; wherever they are in the world. Consider going through our new Adult Faith Formation series called ALPHA. This 11-week series will be offered at multiple times during the week and a new series will be started at various times throughout the year. 

Contact Drew Fenton for more info:

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Team

Our Pre-K – 1st grade Faith Formation program uses a sacred space called an “Atrium” for its programming.  This sacred space allows these young children to encounter our Good Shepherd, Jesus, in a deeper way than in a classroom setting.  Both All Saints and St. Anne’s use this sacred space throughout the year.  We need individuals to work with us to consistently keep the Atrium beautiful for the children.  This includes preparing work material for the children, maintaining the plants and flowers in the Atrium, and preparing materials as we continue Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.  We need things sewn, built, and painted.

Contact Allie Fenton for more info:

Cultivate: Youth Formation

6th through 12th graders meet weekly on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Activities include dinner, a lesson, small groups, prayer, adoration, and service opportunities.

Contact Drew Fenton for more info:

Cultivate: Youth Formation Catechists

Do you feel called to disciple the youth in grades 6-12 of our parish into a deeper relationship with Christ and His Church? If so, this ministry is right for you. High school disciple groups meet on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.    

Contact Drew Fenton for more info:

Cultivate: Youth Gathering

6th through 12th graders meet weekly on Sunday mornings from 10:15-11:15 a.m. This is a time to discuss scripture and the issues facing young people today. 

Contact Drew Fenton for more info:

Faith Formation Food Committee

Almost every time the youth, children, and families of our parish are on campus participating in events to grow their faith during a meal time, we provide food (lunch, dinner, etc.)  This allows families to participate in Faith Formation with one less obstacle in the way of getting them here.  The Food Committee is a team of people who meet quarterly to create a menu of food options that will be offered throughout the year.  The team will also assist with some of the meal preparations but do not need to be excellent chefs.  This committee is comprised of individuals looking to feed the stomachs of young people in order that their hearts might be fed by the word of God.

Contact Drew Fenton for more info:​​​​​​​

Family Life Ministry

The church and its traditions are a powerful reflection of family life, the domestic church. In this day and age, raising a family can be very challenging. The Family Life Ministry is a haven for our parish families. Formation and social opportunities will be offered throughout the year including events for the whole family and for parents. We look forward to getting to know you and your family!

Contact Allie Fenton for more info:

Men’s Ministry

"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." Proverbs 27:17. The Men's Ministry provides opportunities throughout the year for all the men of St. Anne to come together for meals, fellowship, formation, retreats, and service projects.

Contact Dcn. Steve Creed for more info:

Becoming Catholic (RCIA): Support and Sponsors

Becoming Catholic (The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) prepares adults for baptism and reception into full communion with the Church. We want our initiates to feel welcome at St. Anne and to be well formed in the Catholic Faith.  Sponsors are needed to guide, pray for, and support the initiate.  This is an excellent way for parishioners to enrich their own faith, get to know the initiates, and share their journey.

Contact Tammy Creed for more info:

Becoming Catholic (RCIA) 

Information and spiritual guidance is provided to adults who wish to know more about the Catholic faith and/or to join the Church. Meetings are Sunday mornings from 10:15-11:15 a.m. in the Parish Hall. 

Contact Tammy Creed for more info:

Rooted: Children’s Formation Catechists

Do you feel called to disciple the children in grades pre-K through 5th into a deeper relationship with Christ? Catechists are needed to assist in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and Sacramental Preparation.

Conatct Drew Fenton for more info:

Secular Franciscan Order

This is an order of secular members called to follow the gospel life after the example and manner of the Rule of St. Francis. Meetings are the second Sunday of each month from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in St. Francis Hall.

Contact Dee Hrankaj for more info:

Vacation Bible School (VBS) Volunteers

VBS is a short summer religion program for children in pre-school through the fifth grade. VBS includes music, games, Bible stories, and crafts.  There are also service opportunities for older youth and adults.

Contact Drew Fenton for more info:​​​​​​​

Walking With Purpose

Walking With Purpose is not your ordinary bible study. It is designed to allow women an opportunity to fully devote time to themselves, develop their purpose, and connect with God on a much deeper level.  Sessions will be held twice a year in the Parish Hall. 

Contact Stephanie Schad at or Jan Kreutzer at​​​​​​​

Service Ministries

Altar Linen Care

Altar Linen Care is performed weekly by volunteers. Each volunteer serves on a scheduled rotating basis. Duties include washing, ironing and folding the purificators, corporals, finger towels and albs.

Contact Judy Lalicker for more info:   

Altar Servers

These boys and girls, fourth grade and older, assist with the celebration of Mass. Participants must have received First Communion. This ministry tries to accommodate family Mass preference.

Contact Jim and Gay Polovich or Erica Warwick for more info: 918-810-9057 or 918-261-0966

Bakers Ministry

Do you like to bake?  Volunteers with this ministry will be called upon from time to time to provide baked goods for various church activities and receptions.

Contact Lauren Tran for more info:

Baptismal Garments

If you like to sew, we invite you to use your skills in making baptismal garments for babies and small children of the parish.

Contact Carol Waszak for more info:

Bereavement Meal Ministry

When the need arises, this group provides support and comfort for the family and friends of the deceased by offering a funeral meal in the parish hall or their home.

Contact Bunny Coscia for more info: 918-251-4000

Boy Scouts Troop 903 (Boys ages 11-17)

Boy Scouts learn the value of hard work, and experience the thrill of seeing it pay off as they work toward earning Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout.  Service, community engagement, and leadership development are important parts of the program as the youth lead their own activities to explore new places and dive into the rugged world of outdoor adventure.  Scouting gives boys the valuable experience they need to become men.

Contact John Krzmarzick for more info: 918-455-5284

Cub Scouts Pack 903 (boys 1st through 5th grade)

Cub Scouts learn duty to God, citizenship, leadership, respect of the outdoors, team building, community service, and healthy habits while taking part in fun opportunities to learn in the areas of art, science, sports, and history.  The scouts enjoy adventure and fun activities with direction from the Pack and active involvement from their family for their growth.  There are also volunteer opportunities for adults to be a leader, committee member, or provide assistance with events.

Contact Scott Pollard for more info: 918-830-6824 or pack903ba@gmail


This ministry enhances the liturgy by providing music on Sundays and special celebrations. All are welcome to join and no prior experience is required.  The St. Anne Choir has always been an important part of our weekly liturgy.  It is well supported and provides a strong family like atmosphere to produce music for God’s glory. New members typically enjoy this friendly atmosphere and often stay many years.  Practices are Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in Dabrowski Hall.

Contact Jon Grigson for more info: 918-605-1747

Culinary Angels

Do you like to cook? Do you like to provide hospitality? These volunteers will host and cook a quarterly luncheon during the week for our 50 and older parishioners on a quarterly basis. 

Contact Angie Gallant for more info:  

Divorce Support

This ministry provides help, healing, and growth for those who are divorced or have filed for divorce.  The reading materials and group discussions foster a spirit of understanding and offer the support of a community with shared experience.   

Contact Pam Soltis for more info: or 918-357-3083

English as a Second Language Classes

Our free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are individualized according to each person’s needs and abilities.  Classes are in the Secular Franciscan Room in Dabrowski Hall.  Beginner classes are Monday evenings from 5:00-6:30pm.  Intermediate classes are Monday and Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm.  Advanced classes are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm.  Volunteers are needed to help teach these classes.

Contact Ann Marie Neuok for more info: 918-640-8153

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

These dedicated parishioners assist the Celebrant in distributing Holy Communion during Mass. These ministers must be committed to weekly mass attendance, the celebration of the sacrament of reconciliation, and strive to be a model of Christian living at all times.  

Contact Dcn. Steve Creed for more info:

Gatesway Ministry

Gatesway in Broken Arrow provides for the many needs of these special need residents.  St. Anne's Parishioners provide these kind and appreciative residents with a Praise & Worship service at 3:00 pm the first and third Sunday of every month.  With enough volunteers, we hope to expand our services to every Sunday.  It is the only "Church" many residents can attend because of transportation difficulties.  Jesus said, "Whatever you did for the least of my brethren, you did for me."  (Mt 25:40) 

Contact Dcn.Tom Moyes for more info:

Haiti Mission Team

The Haiti Mission Team organizes projects and medical missions throughout the year to support the Kobonal Mission in Haiti.

Contact Jeff Gallant for more info:

Health Care Ministry

The purpose of the Healthcare Advisory Council is to convey the love of Jesus, as well as facilitate and support the individual parishioner, parish community and surrounding community in their journey towards physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.                                                                                                          

Contact Ceci Grimes RN for more info:

Home Improvement Ministry

The Home Improvement Ministry organizes parish work days every other month in support of parishioners who are in need of assistance with minor home repair due to age, mobility, finances, or other disabilities.  

Conatct Tom Hufnagel for more info: or 918-381-4766

Knights of Columbus (Men 18 years and older)

The core principles of the Knights of Columbus are charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.   The local Council 6606 provides family, community, and church support though prayer, service, fundraising and sponsoring community activities.  By becoming an active member, you will strengthen your faith and grow in community with other Catholic men.

Contact Matt Coburn for more info: 918-812-5578 or


Those who commit to this ministry have the special privilege of proclaiming the Word of the Lord during the Mass.  Lectors must feel comfortable in front of the congregation and use the provided workbook. Lectors should arrive at mass 10-15 minutes early.  Ministers should be committed to weekly mass attendance, the celebration of the sacrament of reconciliation, and strive to be a model of Christian living at all times. 

Contact Tim Smith for more info: 918-607-1988 or

Lenten Missionary Disciples

These dynamic disciples invite our neighbors to attend Mass at St. Anne to experience a deeper relationship with Jesus.  There are many ways to be involved in this ministry to bring the light of Christ to those in our community.  You can go door-to-door to visit with our neighbors or you can offer prayers for the disciples. 

Contact Dcn. Tom Moyes for more info:  

Meal Train

The meal train ministry extends love to families in a time of need or transition. Whether a new baby, an illness or hospitalization, or a familial or vocational crisis, those involved will sign up to bring a meal on a specified date.

Contact Stephanie Miller for more info:

Ministry of Compassion - A Partnership with Catholic Charities

The St. Anne Ministry of Compassion offers financial assistance, food, prayers and a listening ear to those in need.  This ministry serves both parishioners and those who live in our community.  We are also positioned to make referrals for further extended services available at the Catholic Charities campus.  Volunteers are needed to assist in interviewing clients, working in the food pantry, and picking up and shopping for food from the Tulsa Food Bank.  Volunteers are also needed to help during office hours on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings from 9-1, Tuesday evenings from 6-8, and the first and third Saturdays each month from 9-noon.

The Ministry of Compassion oversees the Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Baskets and the Christmas Angel Tree.  The entire parish is invited to participate with these events and sign up for them is available in November and December.  Volunteers are needed to help with collecting, sorting, and distributing the donated items

Contact Becky Wisdom for more info:

Ministry of Consolation

The death of a member of the Church provides the entire Christian community the opportunity to express care and concern toward those who mourn. Outreach at the time of death brings comfort to those in mourning, evangelizes those who have been away from the Church, and renews and revitalizes parish life for those involved in the ministry.

Contact Lucinda Morte for more info:

Needle Arts Ministry

Do you like to crochet, knit, or sew? Would you like to learn how?  Men and women are welcome to participate to use their talents to share God’s love and create items for the needy and infirm.

Contact Margarete Galster for more info: 918-261-8073

Pastoral Care Ministries

This group of dedicated volunteers takes Holy Communion to parishioners who are unable to attend Mass. They visit them in their homes, nursing homes and hospitals.  Each volunteer creates their own schedule, with the convenience of the parishioner in mind, and must be a commissioned Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion.

Contact Dcn. Tom Moyes for more info:

Prime Timers

This dynamic group of 50+ parishioners gather for potlucks, game nights, retreats and other outings in order to build community and grow in faith. 

Contact Chris Harrell for more info:

Rosary Guild

Parishioners gather together for the purpose of making rosaries to send to the missions. Conversation and fellowship is an added bonus. Meetings are at noon on the second Monday of each month in St. Francis Hall.

Contact Evelyn Boucher for more info: 918-355-1450


Sacristans are responsible for cleaning the sacristies on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays on a scheduled rotating basis. Sacristans work quietly behind the scenes to ensure our liturgies run smoothly.  Training is provided to prepare the sacred vessels, linens, and vestments needed for the liturgy, and also clean and store all items.

Contact Jack Boucher for more info: 918-355-1450

Theology Uncorked Planning Team

Theology Uncorked meets monthly in the parish hall to learn about a wide variety of theology topics and wine. Following wine tasting, there is a theology presentation with an opportunity for discussion.  Volunteers with the planning team coordinate the volunteers for food, decorate the tables, set up, clean up, and provide hospitality for each month.  For adults 21 and older.  

Contact Tracy Baxter for more info:

Transportation Ministry

Often the church receives calls from parishioners who need assistance getting to and from church, doctor’s appointments, or the grocery store. A ride might be for a one-time event, a temporary need for a short period of time, or long term for someone who can no longer drive. When the need arises, we turn to the volunteers in our Transportation Ministry.  The more drivers we have the smaller the commitment of time. Help us help those in need of a ride.

Contact the Parish Office for more info: 918-251-4000

Via Dolorosa Ministry

This ministry maintains the grounds and landscaping throughout the Via Dolorosa.

Contact Don Stacey for more info: 918-638-0811

Women's Ministry Leadership Team

In order to provide an enriching and strong community experience for the women of our parish, we need women who are willing to plan, prep, and oversee the many events throughout the year.   

Contact Stephanie Schad at or Jan Kreutzer at​​​​​​​