During the summer, we are looking at the Bible – what it is, where it came from and how it is put together. Join us for all-age worship, fellowship, crafts and teaching as we consider the Prophets, Creation, the role of Moses in the story of God’s people, and other subjects. 10.30am on the 2nd, […]
We will be holding the next Churchyard Tidy event on Saturday 10th June, from about 9.30am. The response to our last event in January was incredible, and many people have commented that the churchyard has not looked so good in years as a result. If you can spare a couple of hours, why not come […]
Join us on Sunday 21st May, as we welcome the Coordinator of St Helens Street Pastors, Debbie Williams. As a theme for the day, we will be looking back at the story of the early Church in Acts, and thinking about how we can serve God in the things we do. Why not find out […]
Choices, choices Just when you thought it was safe to visit your local community centre, somebody puts up the polling booths again! With a General Election in 2015, and then the enormously divisive EU Referendum in 2016, the past couple of years have been anything but quiet on the political front, and it may have […]
Join us on Sunday (7th) at 10.30am in Church for our All-Age Worship. This service contains no Communion, and is lively with modern language and music. Do stay on afterwards for refreshments in church!
A very Happy Easter from all at St Ann’s. It was wonderful to see so many celebrating with us on Easter Day, and a really joyful time was had by all!
May’s sessions for Platform 2 will be on 14th and 28th of the month. This is a parallel worship and fellowship session, with crafts, teaching and refreshments, suitable for all ages. It is especially useful for those who are new to or exploring the Christian faith, and those with children who may find the more […]
Join us on Easter Sunday at 10.30am for a service of Holy Communion suitable for the whole family, with craft for the younger ones.
(other eggs are available…) Egging us on There are certain battles which are highly predictable. Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons, for example. The Doctor against the Master is another which springs to mind. Good versus evil. The use, or misuse, of the apostrophe. Another of them, a modern phenomenon, is the Battle […]
Join us at 2pm on Good Friday as we spend the last hour at the foot of Jesus’ cross. A time of reflection and prayer. This service is not suitable for young children.