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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Report and Accounts for the year ending 2018 are available at the back of church. Nomination forms for Parochial Church Councillors and Church Warden are also available at the back of church.
New Sidesmen needed – Would you like to be a sidesman on Sunday mornings at either the 8am or 10am services? How we welcome people to the Church is very important and we would like your help with this essential role. Please contact Tina Ruygrok or Bill Cottle for more information.
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
Junior Church – We are looking for helpers to assist the teachers in leading our Sunday morning sessions – please see Helen or Lauren if you would like to find out more.