St Anne's Parish Church

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St Anne's Parish Church in the Town Centre is an impressive, Georgian building that has been a focus for worship since 1748. It is the home of a large, friendly and diverse group of Christians. We aim to be

  • a warm and accepting community,
  • child friendly,
  • vibrant, reflective and relevant in worship,
  • open to change,
  • thoughtful in our faith,
  • serving the wider world.

Sunday worship lasts about an hour. Music is important to us and is usually a mix of traditional and contemporary. Children and Young People will often meet in their own groups and join with adults for Communion.

The building is open during the week, Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 2 pm, for people to call in for refreshment, to browse the Traidcraft stall, for peace & quiet.

We have no parking - we are right in the middle of town - but car parks are a short walk away. We do have

  • wheelchair access,
  • toilet for the disabled,
  • baby changing facilities,
  • hearing aid loop.

Many are involved in life of the Town community. We support the work of our schools and the church building is often used for events in the Bewdley Arts Festival, Concerts, Art Exhibitions, and Civic services.

A brief history of St Anne's.