Saint Anne’s Chapel has evolved over the last 92 years. It began as an Episcopalian mission church. After being boarded up for 40 years, it was sold to it’s current owners, Kevin and Tricia Wilson. Living in a small southern town, they knew that they wanted to offer new ideas and programs to bring a broader awareness to the community. At the Chapel, they explore holistic health, environmental education, metaphysical and spiritual topics and community drumming. As the chapel has evolved, it’s energy has been shifting. Participants often experience higher realms of consciousness during visits to the chapel. It has become the perfect location to hold sacred ceremonies and to celebrate life’s milestones. The innate energy of the chapel and grounds offers an intimate place for reflection and contemplation.
The chapel is perfect for couples looking for a more intimate place to take their vows and hold a reception in a beautifully wooded, private and serene setting.
This December the chapel is offering a New Moon Ceremony on the 12th and a Winter Solstice Ceremony on the 21 st. Both programs will be lead by Rebecca Cassell, a shamanic practitioner who is a graduate of the Four Winds shamanic school. During the winter solstice ceremony, she will demonstrate making a despacho or a little bundle that is made by the shaman to connect with the sacred.
Sunday January 3rd will be “Finding Meaning” with Greg Whitt. Making a New Year’s Resolution with identify, clarify, and honor for your purpose. A resolution can mean determination, but it can also mean level of clarity. Getting clear on your purpose in life is a key to happiness. Getting clear is a great way to start the new year.
For more information or to register for any of these events happening at Saint Anne’s Chapel, call 252-200-3244, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, our web site www.stanneschapel.com or check out the FaceBook page “Saint Anne’s Chapel”.