Sunday Services
Regular Sunday Services
8.00am Said Eucharist
  • traditional language

10.00am Sung Eucharist 

10.00am Junior Church - Held in the church hall during Sung Eucharist
6.30pm Choral Evensong (BCP) (on the first Sunday of the month only)

The Church of England Common Worship forms the basis of our services with traditional language used in said services. The Service Booklet contains the order of service for the 10.00 am Sung Eucharist (10.00am). Notices and the church schedule for the week ahead can be found in the Messenger.

Other services  and feast days are observed and celebrated throughout the church year as announced in the Messenger.

Order of Service

Praise, Prayer, Healing, Remembrance
I will bless the Lord at all times:
his praise will ever be in my mouth -
Psalm 34 vs.1

Learn how we live out this exclamation by the psalmist at St Anne’s through the week and throughout our lives:

We meet for Bible Study (currently via Zoom) and in occasionally, Said Eucharist is celebrated in Church every Tuesday at 19.00 and occasionally, Wednesday at 12.30

Daily prayer (via Zoom currently) is offered Monday to Saturday and a meditation session is offered on Friday mornings (via Zoom currently). In all cases please apply for Zoom access to The Church Office and observe the guidelines linked here

We pray for healing in body and mind in our services and observe remembrance of souls in the Lord’s care on their appropriate dates in the year. Please let us know of need for yourself or others.

Junior Church
10.00 am Sundays September - July

A friendly and secure environment is provided where children can meet and develop a lasting Christian spirituality. We teach children the love of our Lord Jesus Christ through fun and thought-provoking, structured lessons. Safeguarding is a priority.

kids at play - 3

Normally, Junior Church takes place during the 10:00 a.m. service on Sundays. The children are called up to attend shortly after the service starts. Junior Church is held in the church hall, which can be accessed via the door to the left of the altar.

Through their worship, children learn about the Bible and Christian life, participating in stories, art, play, music and prayer. The activities and themes reflect the church calender and prepare the older children for full participation in church worship

Christ-centred ✥ Faithful ✥ Inclusive ✥ Outward Looking 

Especially during this period of isolation for many, all are encouraged to take advantage of the many opportunities the digital age offers in their praise and spiritual journey. In addition to a life within the scope of what St Anne’s provides, please explore these links to broaden horizons from any isolation felt :