In response to the pandemic, St Anne’s is currently closed for public worship - all being well we plan to re-open on Good Friday, 2nd April. Our Sunday Morning Eucharist is live streamed from this page each week at 11am. The recording then remains available on our website for several weeks after the service has been held. Many people find this a helpful way to join in worship with our church community even when, for whatever reason, we are kept apart.
We also produce a weekly Prayers to Say at Home for those who don’t find online worship helpful. Based on our Sunday liturgy, this is emailed out each week to everyone on our mailing list and linked below. Sign-up to our mailing list at the bottom of the page.
WORSHIP IN CHURCH
(when we re-open for public worship - Good Friday, 2nd April)
At St Anne’s we aim for a relaxed dignity in our worship – a prayerful and joyful atmosphere in which all can feel drawn into the presence of God.
Our main service is the Sunday Eucharist at 11am.
Our Sunday services are easy to follow for people unfamiliar with Anglican liturgy as the whole service is printed in one booklet each week. Sunday services combine music and silence, modest provision for children and under ‘normal circumstances’ are followed by copious refreshments.
Other regular weekday services are:
Holy Communion on Tuesday at 1:05pm
Morning Prayer on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursday at 8:30am. On Feast Days Morning Prayer may be replaced with a service of Holy Communion.
Weekday services are said, last 25-30 minutes, and held in the intimate space of our chapel.
Other services on special occasions are as advertised on the news page. These will range from Christmas Carol Services and the liturgies of Holy Week, to Prayers at Pride and assemblies with Soho Parish School.
For confessions, baptisms, weddings, funerals, memorial services and services of prayer and thanksgiving following a wedding or civil partnership, please contact the Rector, Fr Simon - email@example.com.
The Revd Simon Buckley
The Revd Canon Dr Keith Riglin
The Revd Paul Gurnham
The Revd David Francis Darling