Jesus didn't spend much time in "church". He was a practical person: healing, feeding people and seeking out those who were alone and rejected. He built a community of people who also did things.
Practical action is at the heart of St Anne's. Sometimes that is through members supporting organisations in the village and through pastoral visiting.
Other times we run activities to raise money for local causes and international causes such as toilet twinning or to create a wildflower meadow in our churchyard.
You can see more below. If you are able to join us, we'd love your help.