At St Ann’s we offer a mix of traditional and contemporary worship styles.
Every Sunday at 8.30am we hold a service of Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer (1662). There is no music at this service, and the language may be unfamiliar to some. The service proceeds largely without explanation and introduction, and is valued by the congregation for its links to the rich linguistic and liturgical traditions of the Church of England.
Our main act of worship is at 10.30am, and the style of this service varies depending on which Sunday in the month it is. Check our calendar here to see which service is being held.
Our standard Communion service follows Order One in Common Worship, with traditional hymns, a robed choir and is friendly but quite formal. You can find out more about the Church of England’s Common Worship services here.
We also hold a service of Evening Prayer at 6.30pm on the first Sunday in the month, and a service of Holy Communion every Thursday at 9.30am in the side chapel.