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Welcome to St Anne's Church, Catterick Village,located just off the A1M. We are part of the Parish of Catterick with Tunstall, Diocese of Leeds, Church of England and home to the RAF Regiment Chapel.
St Anne's Church, located just off the High Street, Catterick Village, is open from 9am - 5pm approx, every day and whether you are looking for a tranquil space to sit a while, a historical treasure trove to explore, a place to encounter God or discover the Christian faith ... or just passing through on your journey, you are welcome to stop by and enjoy this sacred space.
The church community of St Anne's are a friendly group of people who worship at St Anne's Church, Catterick every Sunday and throughout the week. We're an inclusive church community that welcomes people of all ages, from all backgrounds, constantly looking for ways to love our community as we believe God loves us. Two of our favorite questions are ' What is God saying to us?' and 'What are we going to do about it?' .
Sunday 10.30am either Holy Communion or Praise and Prayer
Midweek Holy Communion (BCP), Wednesday 10.15am
Compline (simple night prayer) Wednedsay 7.15 pm
8.30am Wednesday and Thursday
The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website.
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Lana Morris, who may be contacted at church or by email [email protected], T: 01748 518495
Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA) Narinder Lyon Ripon Area T:0113 3530 256 or M:07872 005309
If a child or adult is at immediate risk of significant harm, in the first instance you should always contact your local social services team NORTH YORKSHIRE 01609 780780 or local police (call 101).
A copy of our Parish Safeguarding Policy statement is below:
Safeguarding Policy Statement
Promoting a Safer Church,
House of Bishops, 2017
This Policy Statement on Safeguarding in the Church was adopted by The Parish of Catterick with Tunstall at a Parochial Church Council meeting held on 28th May 2019
Each person who works within this church will agree to abide by these recommendations and the guidelines established by this church. This church appoints Lana Morris as the Parish Safeguarding Officer.
The application of this policy will be reviewed each year and a report provided by the Parish Safeguarding Officer to the PCC.
Signed on behalf of the PCC by:
Name Rev Lindsay Southern
Date 28th May 2019
Childline: 0800 1111
NSPCC: 0808 500 8000
Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 200 0247
MACSAS (Ministers and clergy sexual abuse survivors): www.macsas.org.uk
Mencap Learning Disability Helpline: 0808 808 1111
VOICE UK (For people with learning disabilities who have experienced crime or abuse): 0808 802 8686 StopItNow! (For anyone who may need help preventing abuse, even in themselves): 0808 100 0900 Women’s Aid (Seeking to end domestic violence against women and girls): www.womensaid.org.uk Samaritans: 08457 909090
A little bit of history....
There is documentary evidence of a church at Catterick from the 7th Century, and further evidence of a Saxon church having been built on the current site. The present doorway dates from 1150 & the church is referred to in the Doomsday Book. Catterick was an important Christian centre & had 2 priests in the 11th Century. The current church was built using the old stones in 1415 by Richard of Crakehall. 1343 is given for the first recorded incumbent. The Furster & Andrew organ was installed in 1872, being rebuilt in 1989.
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