Music was an important part of my family life, and I grew up in a Lutheran church back home with a strong musical tradition.
How did I get hooked at St Anne’s?
The hook was set on my very first Sunday when I:
• heard the female minister sing the Eucharistic prayer.
• read the English translation of that evening’s Bach cantata
while listening to the Sweelink ensemble – sublime.
The hook was sunk when I joined St Anne’s hospitality teams:
• the usher’s welcome table
• providing and serving refreshments
I caught the team spirit through working in two’s (or more),
and discovered a sense of belonging.
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We celebrate the anniversary of our congregation on Sunday 5th August.
An afternoon of African dance, songs, arts and crafts, as well as gorgeous East African dishes.
Saturday, 14 July 2018 , 2 – 6 PM
Entrance Fee: £10 (adults), £5 (children aged 5-16), Under 5’s go free.
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Guest preacher Rev Sally Muggeridge with short presentation and Q&A after the service.