St Anne’s Church, Tottington
An open, inclusive and family friendly community. We welcome visitors and would love to have you join us in one of our church services.
Services at St Anne’s
Wednesdays at 11.00 am
Sundays Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) 8.00 am and 10.30 am (Common Worship)
The Service of Holy Baptism
Contact the churchwardens on the numbers at the bottom of the page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. You can apply for a baptism by clicking the button below.
Tottington Parish Needs Your Help
Following the departure of the Reverend Hugh Bearn who had been part of Tottington village life for over a quarter of a century you may have thought that in due course he would be replaced with another full time Vicar. This is currently not the case!
St. Anne’s has been informed by the Diocese of Manchester, that the Parish will only be given a part time Vicar who may be shared with other churches in a wider mission community. We need to demonstrate there is widespread support for a full-time vicar so we need your help to persuade the Diocese.
There are two ways in which you can help:
We are very happy to respond to any pastoral enquiry. Please email email@example.com and we will always do what we can to help.
Safeguarding at St Anne’s
The care and protection of children, young people and adults involved in Church activities is the responsibility of everyone who participates in the life of our Church.
News and Notices
Many people are familiar with the gatherings that happen on Remembrance Sunday and on Armistice Day [November 11th]. There are usually one or more Christian ministers present at these events, and in addition many churches hold special services. It is important to...
An evening with Guest Speaker Annie Cowie from ‘Gone to Pot,’ a local artist and potter who delivered a very interesting demonstration on how to create handcrafted gifts and curiosities together with her life as a volunteer! There were also items for sale on the...
On Sunday 8th October we will hold our annual Harvest Festival service at which people are encouraged to bring items to church which are then distributed to charitable organisations to help the homeless and others in need. Harvest Festival is not exclusively a...
Thirty one ladies met on Laurel St. Tottington for our annual August outing, this year to lovely Llandudno. We have been twice before so we were highly delighted to be going again. To add to our enjoyment we had the pleasurable company of five friends from St. Hilda’s...
Update, 26th November 2023: The walk took place and you can read all about it (and look at the photos) via the link below: https://tottingtonstannes.org.uk/special-feature/a-grand-day-out/ On Saturday 30th September we hope to hold a Mission Community walk. The walk...
Hymn No 68 See him lying on a bed of straw a draughty stable with an open door Mary cradling the babe she bore - the Prince of glory is his name. Michael Arnold Perry (1942 – 1996) was a Church of England clergyman and one of the leading British hymnodists of the 20th...