During these difficult days for the world and our country it is important that we reach out to each other by telephone, emails, Facetime etc for our mutual wellbeing
If you live alone, or might consider yourself to be in a vulnerable group, or are self-isolating: Please let Fr. Nigel or the Parish Office (020 8940 4616) know of your situation and we will try to offer appropriate support and connect you with someone who can help with shopping. You will be asked to give your permission for your contact details to be passed on to volunteers.
Volunteering: If you can volunteer to help those who live alone, or are elderly, or belong to a vulnerable group, or who are self-isolating, please provide your name and contact details on the list at the back of the church.
The above provisions may change at any time
The flower arrangers are organising their rota for the year. If you would like to commemorate an occasion or a loved one by paying for flowers for any Sunday during the year (except in Lent or Advent) please contact Monica at firstname.lastname@example.org
The choir at Saint Anne’s, Kew, is a community of many talents. Architects, art historians, doctors, solicitors, students, musical enthusiasts all, share their gifts and express their commitment by meeting to rehearse on Friday evening each week in preparation for singing at the 10.00 a.m. Mass on Sunday. In addition to leading the congregational worship, the choir performs a wide range of repertoire from plainsong and renaissance polyphony to new music composed specially for the ensemble. We welcome new members and would be happy to hear from anyone with musical ambition and a good sense of humour. Please contact Julian Kelly, director of music, at email@example.com or by visiting in person after 10.00 a.m. Mass on Sunday.
Rebecca Phelps is taking over as the Coffee Rota Coordinator from Lorraine Neale as of 1st December. An email was sent out last week from Lorraine to all existing people on the Rota giving details. Rebecca will be in touch with a Rota at the beginning of December and will be available to deal with any queries from 1st December. Rebecca’s email
We are looking for enthusiastic young singers aged 7+, who would like to join our Youth Choir. Practices are on Sundays in term time from 5.45 to 6.45, and we would welcome anyone who would like to come along and see what we do. Please also look at the choristers’ display at the back of the church. Marion Goodgame (Director of the Youth Choir) would be delighted to speak to you after the 10am service; alternatively, she may be contacted by phone on 07815 823 295 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday afternoon concert season. Each year, our Director of Music, Julian Kelly, presents a wonderful programme of concerts here at St. Anne’s. Concertgoers are welcomed by two volunteer concert stewards who hand out the afternoon’s programme and, at the close, record attendance and donations received. If you can offer your help as a concert steward, the monthly rota is displayed in the Music Section at the back of the church. Your help would be welcome, thank you.
We now have a Google Site – St Anne’s Sunday Teas – and on it are several documents which I hope you will find helpful. There are a few changes and some suggestions; you are invited to make known your own comments, concerns and suggestions. In order to access the site I need you to give me permission to include you on the list. This means you need to email me. The site is currently just for viewing, so any changes i.e. the rota, comments and suggestions have to come via myself. Barbara email@example.com.
Holy Dusters – meet on Saturday mornings to keep our church looking bright and clean – however we need more people to join the team – we meet at 09.30 – do come along if you can help.
For ages 7 - 18
Would you like to sing in the Youth Choir at St. Anne's ?
- If so, here are the answers to some of the questions you may have ...
Q : When does the choir meet for practice ?
A : On Thursday 5.30-6.30 during term time
Q : When does the youth choir sing at services ?
A : On the second Sunday of the month at the 10am Eucharist (but not in April or August) and on special occasions
Q : What would I have to do before I could sing in the youth choir ?
A : You would be invited to come to a Choir Practice to see what we do, and join in some of the singing if you feel like it
Q : Where do practices take place ?
A : In the church
Q : Who directs the Youth Choir ?
A : Mrs Marian Goodgame (tel : 020 8940 5022)
Q : Would there be an audition ?
A : Yes - an informal one (in private), to see whether you are ready to join the choir, or whether it would be wiser for you to wait until you are a little older
Q : How long would it be before I would be admitted to the choir ?
A : It usually takes a couple of months, depending on how long it takes you to learn new music and become familiar with the order of service