Christ-centred ✥ Faithful ✥ Inclusive ✥ Outward Looking 

St. Anne's witnesses to the Christian faith and has a central place, both past and present, in Kew community life. Our historic building is situated on Kew Green, adjacent to the world famous Royal Botanic Gardens Standing in the inclusive High Church tradition with an emphasis on well-ordered choral liturgy, St. Anne's offers a warm welcome to all.


Learn more about our values and vision, who we are and how you can contact us. St. Anne's is a safe church; our safeguarding information can be found here.


Children and families of all ages are welcome at St. Anne's. Find out more about our Junior Church and activities for families, including our links with The Queens' School.

February - March 2021

St Anne’s is re-opening for worship. Limited attendance (max 30) for all services.

Booking is essential for all Services.

  • Emailed applications to attend Sunday services must be made before 11.00am the Friday previous.
  • Please apply to attend via the Parish Office at and bring your booking confirmation with you.
  • COVID safety measures: face coverings, hand sanitising, social distancing and Track & Trace continue to apply.
  • Importantly, please note we are not allowed to congregate with others either inside the church or in its vicinity before or after services.

LENT 2021

In addition to our usual daily Morning Prayer (via Zoom) at 8.45am and our weekly Bible Study on Wednesday mornings (via Zoom) at 11am, and Stations of the Cross (live streamed on Sundays at 17.00) we are offering two study courses (via Zoomfor Lent

Stations of the Cross

Sundays in Lent at 17.00 - View on Facebook (opens in new tab)

Sunday evenings 18.30 – 19.45 starting on Sunday 21st February 

Lent Discussions: - Faith in the time of Coronavirus – a five-week series of informal study and discussion with Canon Nick Darby


Monday afternoons from 2.30 – 3.30 approx. starting on February 22nd

Study Group USPG Lent Course - a five week series of informal study and discussion with Claudine McCreadie (lead contact) on the Christian response to Climate Change. This makes it particularly topical in the year when the UK are hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November. 

For our younger people Emily Norman will be arranging both a practical project and a social action initiative – watch out for further details.

Also look out for the Everyday Faith podcasts that will be available.

Ordinary time

Welcome to St Anne's for our Sunday Eucharist. 

Our 10am Sunday Eucharist service (and other services - as announced) are available streamed and are recorded  

You can access the service via the blue button - “view service” below

Please download the order of service via the green button “DOWNLOAD” below.
Please also visit our ‘Giving and Donations’ page to contribute, in place of our ‘white envelopes


Order of service (download opens in new window)

Streamed Sunday Eucharist Services on Facebook

All Sunday broadcasts start just before 10.00am and are recorded enabling playback on demand via the button below ...

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The latest service is on the upper left of the panel on the 'All Videos' gallery - click to view
Please note that you do not need to have a Facebook account, or to have used Facebook before, to watch the broadcast.

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Claudine McCreadie and Tina Ruygrok are offering this year’s Lent course from USPG (United Society of Partners in the Gospel) – one of the five charities that St Anne’s PCC has chosen to support regularly for the next three years. The course is about our Christian response to climate change. This makes it particularly topical in the year when the UK are hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November.

The USPG Lent course will be on Mondays from 14.30 – 15.30 approx (via Zoom) starting on 22nd February. Please contact Claudine by email or phone her on 020 8241 7627 if you would like to join.

You can download, or order a paper copy of the course from the USPG website [link opens in new tab]