Mothering Sunday Sermon 2020

Mothering Sunday Sermon 2020

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, St Anne’s Church has had to temporarily close its doors. So this year’s Mothering Sunday sermon has been recorded by the Rev Hugh Bearn and is available to watch here and via our YouTube channel. Don’t forget to...
Old Manchester

Old Manchester

Our meeting on February 18th opened with a service led by Bridget. In the absence of Margaret, who was on holiday, Mavis read out a card from the Duckworth family, thanking our members for attending Betty’s funeral and forming the Guard of Honour. They’d included a...
All Night Vigil

All Night Vigil

It was 5.30 am and three undergraduates slumbered on the Chapel floor of St Anselm Hall. Meanwhile the Chaplain and 37 years their senior (aka the Vicar of Totttington) paced about the place wrapped in his cassock and scapular; the heating had gone off and it was more...
Running

Running

Article kindly written by Hannah Price The ability to run over long distances gave us the evolutionary edge and formed packs amongst individuals, encouraging a unity to form and succeed. This principle is one that is still present within the running community today....
St Thomas Aquinas

St Thomas Aquinas

When we explore the writings of the Saints, it must be said that the collection of words and thoughts by some of the wisest men and women in Christian history, from it’s origins until the present day, will give some inkling to the enquirer of that life, which is...