Prayer and worship are central to life at St Anne’s. Our worship is unfussy and easy to follow with an air of ‘relaxed dignity’ in which newcomers can feel welcome, and in which all can be drawn into the presence of God.
Our main service is currently the Sung Eucharist on Sundays at 11 am. It lasts just over an hour, has modest provision for children (who are welcome here) and is followed by coffee.
On Tuesdays a quiet service of Holy Communion lasting up to 30 minutes is said at 1.05, which attracts local residents and people working in the area.
Morning prayer is offered at 8.30 am most weeks (Tuesday to Thursday)
Other services for special occasions are advertised in the news page of this website.
…In God’s love for the whole world, revealed supremely and uniquely in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. As a Christian Community we meet to offer worship to God, and to grow as disciples of Jesus. We seek to live in ways that enhance the lives of others in the community of the church, in Soho and in the wider world. Our inspiration comes from the Bible and the worship and tradition of the church to which we bring our varied experiences as individuals all diversely made in the image of God.
…That life is to be lived fully, and that (as St Irenaeus expressed it) the “glory of God is a human being fully alive”. That doesn’t mean being perfect, or being freed from the real difficulties or challenges of life, but to recognise that if God is present in the world, then there is no part of life which God’s presence doesn’t enhance or transform.
..That God, life and we are not monochrome. So here at St Anne’s we can be authentically ourselves: people of different ages and intellects, of whatever sexuality, gender, ability or colour.