6650 113th Street, Seminole, FL 33772            Office: 727-392-4483

Welcome to

St. Anne of Grace Episcopal Church

St. Anne of Grace is a wonderful place to worship! Located at 6650 113th Street North, Seminole, Florida 33776. Just a half-mile south of Park Blvd.

Look for our digital sign to guide you to us.

Sunday services: 9:00 am (Traditional with organ & choir).

10:30 am (Family service with Praise Band and Sunday School).

Join us for breakfast and fellowship after each service.

NOTE: On the 5th Sunday, the services are combined together at 9:45 am, followed by a potluck.


This week:

Wednesday, May 31 at 1:00-3:00 pm: St. Elizabeth's Guild meets in the Parish Hall to make baby blankets and other items (see Get Involved>Outreach for more information).

Sunday, June 4: food and money donations will be accepted at both services for the St. Giles Food Pantry to help those in need (see Get Involved>Outreach for more information).


Please visit Get Involved>Calendar of Events for more upcoming info/events.


Office Hours:

9:00 am  - 2:00 pm Monday through Thursday; closed Fridays.




About Us
Ministries & Outreach

A Welcome Message from our Rector,

Rev. Robert Barry Crow

     It is my sincere joy and pleasure to welcome you to this website for the parish of St. Anne of Grace Episcopal Church, located at 6650 113th Street, Seminole, FL 33772.  We are an inclusive, affirming, open-hearted, open-minded, giving parish of The Episcopal Church, USA, where all are welcome no matter where one is on his or her life journey or spiritual journey.

     We embrace the mission of the Church as stated in the Catechism of the Episcopal Church:  to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.  (The Book of Common Prayer, 1979, p. 855)  We invite you to join us in this holy work as we strive to build and bring to fuller expressions God’s kingdom here in Seminole, FL and points beyond.  In this work, we support each other in love and prayer which flow forth into the community as our Lord works in us and through us.

     You may wonder what we believe.  The best way to learn our beliefs is to worship with us.  Our worship is based on the liturgies of The Book of Common Prayer, 1979, and our entire liturgy is a prayer incorporating Holy Scripture, hymns, praise music, and responses.  We pray that which we believe each time Mass is offered.

     As we seek to follow Jesus and to be whom he has called us to be, we realize we do not have all the answers.  Yet, in our love for Jesus, we ask the questions together, we pray together, we study together, and we discern together.  And, you are welcome to join us and participate in the asking, the praying, the studying, and the discerning.

     I pray this website offers you a glimpse of whom and what we are.  Again, the best way to see whom and what we are is to come worship with us.  I look forward to seeing you and serving you real soon.

Christ’s peace and blessings,

Rev. Rob Crow, Rector