Welcome to the website of Ste. Anne Parish on Mackinac Island, Michigan.
Ste. Anne Catholic Church is located on Mackinac Island in the Straits of Mackinac where the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan meet. We serve the community and visitors of Mackinac Island year 'round.
Enjoy browsing our website for information about the church, our services and the Mackinac community. Visit the Services and Calendar pages for our schedule of services and special programs.
Ste. Anne Church is the perfect setting for your Catholic wedding. Learn more...
Christmas Eve - 2014
Above photo courtesy of Andrejka.
View Mackinac Island, Michigan in a larger map
Our parish has a long and fascinating connection with this historic Great Lakes region. Learn more and view historical photos on our History page. Our museum in the church basement gives you a fascinating overview of our place in Mackinac history. Be sure to stop by on your next visit to Mackinac. We also offer educational, religious and souvenir items in our gift shop in the lower level. For more information on how you can support Ste. Anne Church and our programs, visit the Contribute page. We are always looking for volunteers! More information...
Read the article by Brother Jim Boynton S.J. that appeared in Company Magazine.
Ste. Anne Church would like to welcome anyone interested in becoming a member of our parish. Please register as a parishioner at the Parish Hall.
Father Francis J. Ricca
Father Ted Brodeur
Current Mass Schedule:
Daily Mass at 11:00 am
Sunday Mass at 8:30 AM
and 10:30 AM
Saturday Mass at 5:30 PM
Tickets may be purchased through the Ste. Anne office, gift shop, or after masses for the following raffles:
Summer 2015 Raffle: $5/ticket or 5 tickets/$20
Drawing: October 25, 2015 12:00 PM, Ste. Anne Parish Hall
Download a Summer 2015 Raffle form to purchase your tickets.
St. Patrick's Day Raffle 2016: $100
More information on the St. Patrick's Day Raffle prizes and how to purchase tickets...
New! Historic tours of Ste. Anne Church
Tuesday and Thursday
Tour begins on the front porch of the church