Regular Services

Here at St. Anne's we have a balanced mixture of services that will suit all tastes at some time during the month. Worship is coordinated by the Vicar, assisted by a Self Supporting Minister and a Licensed Lay Minister.

For feast days and other important village events, and for variety we also schedule a number of special services.

Services in August 2017.
Wednesday 2nd
10 am Holy Communion
Sunday 6th
8 am Holy Communion (1662 version)
10 am     Family Communion
6 pm Holy Communion
Wednesday 9th 
10 am Morning Prayer
Sunday 13th 
8 am Holy Communion
10 am Morning Prayer
6 pm Evening Prayer
Wednesday 16th
10 am Holy Communion
Sunday 20th
8 am Holy Communion
10 am Holy Communion
6 pm Evening Prayer
Wednesday 23rd 
10 am Holy Communion
Sunday 27th  
8 am Holy Communion
10 am Holy Communion 
6 pm Evening Prayer
Wednesday 30th
10 am Holy Communion

Music is arranged by our Organist. St Anne's has a particularly fine organ and a dedicated choir.

We hope you will find our services meaningful and enjoyable.
We especially welcome children who are all warmly invited to our Junior Church, which meets every Sunday at 10am (except the 1st in the month when we're all together). There are various toy boxes waiting to be explored in the church and the Church Centre.
Please join us in the Church Centre for coffee and squash after the 10am services.
A collection is taken during the Offertory hymn at the 10am Sunday service. At other services a collection bag is placed at the back of church for your donations. We encourage UK taxpayers to use the yellow Gift Aid envelopes. Please complete, sign and put in the collection bag.


8 am services.

Holy Communion:

This service has a regular congregation who find it a valuable and a practical way to start a Sunday. The service does not include music and generally lasts around 40 minutes. On the first Sunday in each month the service uses the words laid down in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, but on other Sundays a more modern setting retaining a lot of the beauty of the traditional language is used.

10 am services.

All Age Worship:

This service features music, bible readings and a family friendly address. It is not a communion service and is designed to be of interest to those new to coming to church and to families with young children. The service usually lasts for 45 mins and is always followed by a sociable coffee in the church centre afterwards. An additional communion service is provided at 6pm on these Sundays

Morning Prayer

This service, which is also known as Mattins, uses the Book of Common Prayer and is accompanied by the choir and hymns. Services usually last about 50 mins. This is a more reflective service.

Holy Communion:

This traditional service includes a choir and hymns. All confirmed members of the Church of England are welcome to take communion as are those who regularly take communion in their own churches. If you do not wish to receive communion but prefer to receive a prayer of blessing just carry the service book with you to the altar or keep your hands below the rail to indicate that you do not wish to receive the bread and wine. The service lasts about 1hr 10 mins and is always followed by a sociable coffee in the church centre afterwards.

Junior Church

Junior Church is available in conjunction with the 10am service. more ...

Afternoon and Evening services.


This service is specifically geared towards families and adults who prefer a more informal worship style which includes opportunities to discuss and ask questions about the Bible texts of the day.  more ....

Evening Prayer:

This service is reflective in tone and not unaccompanied by music. The congregation is usually small and sits in the choir stalls for an intimate, quiet service. The service lasts about 30 minutes.

Mid-week service.

Wednesday 10 am:

This said communion service is popular with those who have not been able to make a Sunday or prefer a less busy service.