St. Anna's Catholic Church


Capital Campaign



"Freedom to Grow, Serve, Give."




GOAL of $850,000 for the following Purposes


     1. Pay Off Mortgage

     2. Pave rear parking lot, pave improved stairs to pavilion, stations path, & concrete repairs.

     3. An acoustical solution in the Narthex.

     4. Sound system for Parish Hall.


3 Year Campaign

December 2017 - December 2020



Campaign IV Team Members


Campaign Management Team
Scheduling Manager – Brandy Lake –
Pastor – Fr. Dan Toof –
Campaign Co-Chairs – Mike Morris –   
                                 Gina Griego -

Steering Committee
Campaign Management Team- (above)
Parish Council Members – Current Members
Finance Council members – Current Members
Prayer Team Chair – Mary Fellers-
                              Pat Buttner-
Communications Team Chair – Carlos Moreira -
Events Team Chair –  Angela Yarman-
                                Dessa Morris-
Youth Team Chair –  Delilah
Ambassador Team Chair – Steve Matonak
Thank You Team Chair –  Sally Costantino -
Promotional Team Chair –  Christine Feibish-


TEAM Descriptions & Information


Attached is a summary document, list all teams contact information and team descriptions and tasks. Click here for the document. Or Click here for Team Description only.


A timetable for the Capital Campaign IV important dates:

Click here for full Timeline


Nov. 12th Town Hall Meetings - November 12th between the Masses
  We will discuss suggestions for optional items and vote to see which we fund.


Dec. 9th & 10th - Commitment Weekend



Pledge Card - Pledges or donations are always welcomed towards this capital campaign. This will be a Three Year Campaign. Click here to download a pledge card.


Please complete a pledge card and drop it off or mail it to the office as soon as possible.


Your questions may be be sent by e-mail to Brandy Lake or contact the office at 770-267-7637.


REMEMBER: Your pledge will make the Difference!



“Naturally participation is voluntary; I do ask all to give this prayerful consideration and do what you believe it right.” - Father Dan



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