food pantry

Our pantry assists over 200 people every month with food, personal items, and household products. The pantry is open to those in need on the first and third Wednesday of the month in the lower level of the rectory. Many families in our neighborhood rely on this service, so please give generously when you can! We are extremely grateful for the donations made by parishioners, the scouts, local religious communities, Catholic Charities, and local businesses. Any donation is appreciated, and we also collect coupons (whole pages, please; do not cut). 

In order for the Food Pantry to operate efficiently, we rely also on the generous donation of time by our volunteer carriers, stackers, baggers, shoppers, and distributors. All are very welcome to come help out! 

For more information or donations, please contact Hermie Vogel at 201-791-1616

Giving Tree

Every Christmas, over 2,000 gifts of new clothing, toys, and pet food are purchased for families and children's organizations. In addition to your gifts, help is needed each year with sorting and distributing. Do more than just wish a Merry Christmas. Help make it happen! You will be blessed!

Diane DePadova, Director.

parish social ministry

This ministry is our faith community’s response to God’s call to share our gifts in service to one another by reaching out to those in our community in need. We would like to be able to offer emergency meals, phone calls to folks living alone and friendly visits to the home-bound. If you are looking for a way to volunteer, become a part of this ministry. Call Ileana Alexander at 201-321-1878 or send an email to (please put Social Ministry in the subject line).

alcoholics anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. We meet on Mondays in the School Library Conference Room at 8:00 p.m. and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria.  Click here for the Alcoholics Anonymous website.

family promise

Members of Saint Anne's partner with Family Promise of Bergen County to provide meals at the Walk-in Dinner program in Hackensack. Volunteers purchase, prepare, and serve a hot meal for up to 150 people. Our group participates three or four times a year. 

For further information contact Fr. Sam Monaco at 201-791-1616

knights of columbus

Still true to their founding principles of charity, unity, and fraternity, the Knights offer support to members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among the Knights and their loved ones through educational, charitable, religious, and relief works. In addition to sponsoring activities emphasizing fraternity among our members and their families, programs are designed to support the Catholic Church, local youth, community, and national activities. 

You are very welcome to learn more: visit our website:

St. Anne's columbiettes #2853

The Columbiettes, an organization of Catholic women dedicated to our Patronesses, the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Theresa the Little Flower, and St. Joan of Arc, are comprised of affiliated Auxiliaries of the Knights of Columbus Councils. 

Our purpose: 

  • Promote the spiritual, social, and charitable welfare of our members
  • Instill a steadfast conviction relating to the proper place and function of Catholic women in safeguarding the religious, civil, and economic rights of all Catholics
  • Rely upon the intercession of Mary, our Mother, and Model, for guidance in guarding the common good, and to work through her, on loving and aiding all members of the human family, and give assistance to the Knights of Columbus in all their activities upon request. 

Visit our website:

Claudia Brockway,

Est. January 1st, 2020

parish nurses

The Saint Anne Parish Nurses are caring and compassionate professionals who promote the health and well-being of our community by attending to the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of each person within the context of their beliefs and values. The goal is to promote health and wholeness and to attend to the needs of each person within the context of their beliefs and values. 

Our parish nurses volunteer their time at each Coffee Sunday (first Sunday of the month) to offer free blood pressure screenings. They are also available for home and hospital visits, upon request. 

There are also seasonal Bereavement meetings--one in the fall and one in the spring--in which those who are grieving can come and share their personal experiences, reminisce, or simply share the company of others. We pray that by the passage of time, the camaraderie of our community, and the hand of the Lord that your grief will be assuaged. 

For more information or if you would like to join us, please contact Margaret Howard at 201-924-6887.

prayer shawl ministry

Care and the love of knitting and crocheting have been combined in this prayerful ministry that reaches out to those in need of comfort. Once our dedicated women volunteers complete their work, the shawls are blessed and shared with our brothers and sisters. We always welcome committed individuals to join us in our ministry. And gifts of yarn are always gratefully accepted! This is a ministry you can even do from home!

Saint cajetan ministry

Being un- or under-employed is a time of great anxiety and stress. Saint Cajetan is the patron saint of the unemployed, and our Saint Cajetan Ministry Network is a support ministry dedicated to men and women facing the uncertainty and doubt that comes with unemployment.. How do we do this? By providing a face to face source for spiritual and practical support--a place to unwind, listen to people's job issues and experiences, and build confidence through prayer and guidance.  


There are two main components of this ministry: 

  • Spiritual Support for men and women in their job search via prayers, inspirational stories, and songs to encourage success; and
  • Education regarding the job search process.

We meet every two weeks:

  • on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. in our Faith Center in the lower level of the rectory, and
  • on Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Saint Catharine Church in Glen Rock at their Ministry Center. The address is: 905 S. Maple Avenue, Glen Rock, NJ. 

See the Calendar for current dates.

What We Do

A typical meeting begins with a prayer and an inspirational story or reflection that speaks to our spirits, and will include short DVDs or music designed to remind you that you are not alone in this search process.

We spend the rest of the meeting helping you with a particular aspect of your job search. Topics include:

  • Transferable skills; 
  • Developing a cover letter that grabs an interviewer's attention; 
  • Effective networking and the use of social networking tools like LinkedIn; 
  • Job search strategies; 
  • Resume preparation and critiquing; 
  • Interviewing skills and techniques; 
  • Starting your own business; and
  • Personal finance/budgeting. 

The meetings often include a featured speaker with practical advice on these areas of concern. There are also networking opportunities at each meeting. If you are aware of any job opportunities or would like to be a mentor, speaker, or part of the team, please do contact any member of the team (see below).

For more information, please email us at or call one of the team leaders:

Joe Bonis - 201-390-7169

Lou Cuomo - 201-657-3838

Ed Grzesiak - 201-321-5144

Eamon Jennings - 917-841-2558

John Lederer - 201-286-9354

Jim Trousdale - 917-363-9977

Steve Zmuda - 201-819-9026