Facilities and features


There is a disabled access toilet available in the church tower area at the back of church.

We have a baby changing table and nappy bin available in the toilet at the back of church ( under the tower)

Parking is available on High Green and Low Green. From Low Green there are steps to the church through an alley way by the side of the Barbers. From High Green there is a level gravel footpath.

Accessible Toilet
Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop
Large Print
Assistance Dogs

Our Building

Listed Building

Music and Worship

Bell ringers practice on Thursday evenings and regularly ring for Sunday Worship and can be booked for weddings.

We regularly host groups local,national and international at St Anne's - it makes a great venue for live music and concerts. FOSA (Friends of St Anne's) organise concerts each year - please look out for details on the events pages and if you would like to offer a concert or perform in St Anne's you are welcome to get in touch via the contact page.


Wednesday 10.15am Book of Common Prayer Communion Service
BCP Evensong monthly on the first Sunday of the month (4pm Oct - March, 6pm April - Sept)

Regular Choir

Groups, Courses and Activities

Youth Group
Brass Rubbing

Whether you are just starting to explore matters of faith or spirituality, or a mature Christian looking to go deeper, there is something at St Anne's for you. If courses aren't your thing, we also offer Spiritual Direction, meditation and Mentoring. In 2018 we will be beginning another Step Up year of intentional discipleship together with our neighbouring parish. We currently have a small group exploring 'Hearing God's Voice' and 2 Lent groups running from 5th March - 9th April (Tuesday evening and Monday mornings)

Please see nurture section.

FOSA organise coffee mornings twice a year at Richmond Town Hall. Other coffee mornings take place on an occasional basis.

We hold regular community events including 'Staycations' - an opportunity to socialise, visit places and take part in a range of activities. 2017 Summer Staycation included museum visits, fish and chips, daily lunch together, dominoes, candle making, hand massage, games and much more. In February 2018 we had a coffee and film morning at the local cinema. Struggling to get out? No problem - we can organise lifts for those who need help with transport.

Please see 'Nurture'

Mother's Union meet regularly. Please contact Jane Oselton, Mother's Union local organiser for more details T: 01748 811156

Church Tots group started in November 2017 by popular demand. Bumps, babies and preschoolers together with parents and carers meet in the RAF Regiment Chapel in St Anne's Church on Wednesdays 1.15 to 2.45pm during term-time. Plenty of things to play with, stories, songs and crafts. We celebrate the main Christian festivals and welcome everyone.

Pilgrim courses run regularly throughout the year,according to demand. To find out about the next course, please contact Rev'd Lindsay Southern 07720242468

Help for Visitors

Guidebooks / Notes

St Anne's Church is open daily from 9am - 5pm and you are welcome to visit anytime. Please be aware that we are an active church so sometimes things may be taking place!

Other Features

We support the Richmond food bank 'Storehouse' which is co-ordinated by Influence Church.

Audio-Visual Facilities

Whether you've not been to church for a while - or never been at all - you are very welcome at St Anne's. We recognise that stepping over the threshold of any new building can be challenging and we will do our best to support and welcome you - whichever day you come and whether it is to worship or for some other reason. If you need anything or if you would like to give us feedback on your experience, please do get in touch.

We are a Fairtrade church as part of our commitment to the Anglican marks of mission - to challenging the unjust structures of society. Amongst other things this means stocking our serving area with fair-trade tea and coffee and using fairly traded products at church events. If you find yourself at St Anne's church you are welcome to make yourself a cup of tea or coffee and to leave a donation ( if you wish!) in the wall box.