St. Anne’s is now open for Public Worship.
It is with great joy we can announce that the doors of St. Anne’s have now re-opened!
I am advised to remind those of you who are ‘shielding’ or in ‘vulnerable categories’ that you must consider if it is yet wise for you to join a congregational gathering.
Although we have 48 seats laid out, given the varying combinations of single people, couples/those from the same household or ‘bubble,’ and families, I expect the maximum capacity to be around 30-35.
I expect the demand for Wednesday to be lower than for Sunday, so I may be able to relax the booking requirement sooner.
As we progress through the summer, depending on the broader national situation, I shall hope to introduce the cantors, flowers, service sheets and, eventually, the 8am Said Eucharist.
The general expectation is that there will be no congregational hymn singing until, at least, the end of the year.
I expect to amend the Open Church hours.
I very much look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible back at St. Anne’s, in communion together once again.
Fr. Andrew Meldrum
Every week at St. Anne’s
8am – Said Eucharist
10.30am – Parish Eucharist with Children’s Church
Every Tuesday 8am
Morning Prayer and breakfast
11.30am – Eucharist
Coming up soon
Lent Study Group
Every Tuesday 11am, followed by lunch
Tuesday 3rd March, in church, thereafter at the Vicarage.
Monday 10th February – 7.30pm
Wednesday 19th February – 8.00pm
Annunciation of the Lord
Wednesday 25th March
7pm – Said Eucharist, followed by a shared supper at the Vicarage.
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