Welcome

A warm welcome to Saint Ann’s Church. Our website is new and under development so please keep visiting.

St Ann’s is a small but friendly church in which everyone is valued and welcomed.

The Grade One Listed Church of St Ann was built in 1767-1768 in a dignified English Renaissance manner from designs by William Newton, the most successful Newcastle architect of his day.

The new church was consecrated by Bishop Trevor on Friday 2nd September 1768.

Our Priest- in- Charge is the Reverend Canon Allan Marks.

Congratulations to Father Allan on his Silver Jubilee!

                                             1995- 2020

 

       Coronavirus Notice for Saint Ann 2020

Please see the notices below for the latest information regarding worship at Saint Ann’s.

Please click here for a Daily Prayer Leaflet

This is a link to a beautiful version of ‘The Lord’s My Shepherd’

Some video links to online video worship (live and pre-recorded) in Newcastle Diocese:

https://www.newcastle.anglican.org/coronavirus/live_streaming/

For online resources, including resources for children, young people and families who wish to worship at home, click here.

Join us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/SaintAnn1768/

https://www.facebook.com/ChristChurchShieldfield/

Support those in need:
Support the work of local foodbanks using local supermarket where donations will be delivered direct to foodbanks. If people want to make donations locally, I will try and do a weekly drop of donations to the Benwell Foodbank who distribute across the whole of the city, both east and west ends. Alternatively we can make donations of cash to:

https://newcastlewestend.foodbank.org.uk/give-help/donate-money/

 

Saint Ann’s Church

Breamish Street

Newcastle upon Tyne  NE1 6PY

The Church is situated between Breamish Street and City Road.

The main entrance is on Breamish Street where there is on-street parking.

For more information please call Father Allan on 0191 232 0516.

THE FRIENDS OF SAINT ANN’S.

If you would like to support the church then please consider joining the Friends.

Click on the picture below for membership details and to view our Data Privacy Policy  regarding the new Data Protection Regulation 2018.

 

 

Updated 02/08/20