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We will continue to be OPEN as normal for our family Holy Communion on Sundays at 11.15am.
Our parochial church council have carefully considered and implemented the measures required in order to reduce risk of virus spread.
These include social distancing, hygiene practices and a one way entry and exit system inside church.
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[Updated 20.12.2020] St Anne's Church Toy Appeal - Update (20th to 23rd December 2020)
We have been collecting toys to be given to needy children through Linden Road Children Centre and Wellspring Charity for those children who are not lucky enough to have a toy to open at Christmas.
On behalf of Fr Jules and the PCC we would like to thank everyone for generously donating toys to this appeal by delivering them to our chancel steps this morning. It was short notice and we appreciate the efforts you have all made to make our first toy appeal a huge success. The donations will be delivered to Linden Road Centre and Wellspring tomorrow for distribution to those in need in our local community.
[Updated 05.11.2020] Alternative ways to worship and remain in touch with our church family.
If you are continuing to shield or self-isolate you are warmly welcome to take part in daily prayer from home.
Please join us with our new weekly 15 minutes of Prayer for the Nation from home every Thursday at 6.00pm.
[Updated 26.11.2020] Please visit the newly launched 'Worship with Jules' Youtube channel.
Visit Online Worship to view the complete video library of Easter, Pentecost, Trinity, Advent and Epithany Sunday worship episodes.
Fr Jules is now actively filming the new series 5 of Worship with Jules as we embark on our journey through epithany.
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Vicar - Father Jules Mambu
St. Anne’s is not just a church building, lovely though it is, we are a worshipping community that meet together and pray regularly for the people of this parish and the wider world; whilst maintaining a high church ethos within our worship so admired by our church founder and visionary Joseph Sidebotham click here.
If you are in need of spiritual advice, have questions in general, or want to offer any feedback, feel free to contact Father Jules click here.
Do come and join us at our regular weekly worship on Sundays at 11:15am in the form of a family friendly Sung Holy Communion service followed by tea, coffee, biscuits and a chat afterwards. You will recieve a warm welcome, the people are warm and friendly, and the heating system works too!
We also meet during the week on Wednesdays at 11:30am for a short said Holy Communion service in the Lady Chapel. This is a great way to get to know each other in a smaller and more relaxed environment, whilst also being a perfect opportunity to receive the Eucharist when you happen to be working the unavoidable weekend shift.
We are also blessed with our own youth organisations, Scouts and Brownies which meet downstairs at Church and regularly attend church parade. In addition our parish is also served by St Anne's Primary School in which the church maintains close links.
We are also proud to own a fully restored peel of 6 bells (15-0-12 tenor) within our bell tower. Any experienced bell ringing team are very welcome to play them, especially for weddings or at other times by prior arrangement.
This is our newly designed website launched in April 2019, which is continually being updated on a regular basis! Please keep visiting and treat this platform as your go to place for the latest live news from across our parish.
If you are worried about a child or vulnerable adult who is being harmed or at risk of being harmed you may contact the following:
Parish Safeguarding Officer: Susan Booth Submit contact request via our online enquiry form.
11:15am Sunday Holy Communion