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Sunday Bulletin

Sunday 19th May 2024 - All are Welcome Holy Communion 8am (Book of Common Prayer): The Revd Ben Brown

Sung Eucharist 10am (Common Worship): The Revd Jeff Lake

Welcome to our services this Sunday, particularly if you are here for the first time. Do make yourself known to the clergy after the service and if it's after the 10am stay for coffee/tea.


97 Come, thou Holy Spirit, come

392 O thou who camest from above

92 Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire

69 Breathe on me, breath of God

90 Come down, O love divine

We Pray for the Sick: Robin, Ivy, Danny, Lianne, Oscar, Imogen, Beryl H, Tracy, Colleen, Pat (Peters), Linda.

We Remember: Bob & Joy Hackett, Jean Medcalf, Ethel Winter, Gladys Gee


CONFIRMATION CLASSES: We will be running a series of confirmation classes for children and adults in June. This is an opportunity to deepen awareness of the Christian faith. It can also be used as a refresher course or simply an opportunity to explore. The sessions are on God, Christ, Holy Communion and Prayer. Sundays in June at 12pm at St Anne's, the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd. For more info talk to Ben.


FSW FOODBANK: This month Family Support Work would like donations of cereal, crisps, ketchup, tinned tomatoes, tinned potatoes/vegetables, tinned meat, cleaning products, coffee, tinned fruit, rice, toiletries. Please bring to St Anne's by Thursday 6th June. (NOT CURRENTLY NEEDED: baked beans, tea, biscuits).


FSW CHARITY WALK, Cuckmere Pilgrim Path, Thursday 30th May: This year Family Support Work is doing a sponsored walk of the 11 mile Pilgrim Walk. They will be meeting on the day at Alfriston at 8:30am. There will be a refreshment stop at each church along the route, and those who feel they cannot manage the full length can join in at any of the stopping points. If you would like to take part as well or for more information you can contact the FSW Fundraising team on 01273 041401 or email or see the poster on the font.


Evensong Returns: We will have the first of our series of monthly Evensong services next Sunday the 26th of May at 6:30pm. This service will be held on the last Sunday of the month, May to September. Evensong is a particularly beautiful and ancient form of worship. Do join us.


Prayer at St. Anne’s. A church should be a house of prayer, a place where we can learn to encounter the presence of God and so know that presence more deeply in our lives. Come and join us for our regular prayer services. Morning Prayer. 9:15am Mon to Friday. A services of prayer and Biblical readings. Silent Prayer. Tuesdays. 7:00pm. A time to meet God in silence and stillness.


ST ANNE'S OPENING TIMES: A reminder that the Church is open Monday to Saturday from 9:15 until 4pm for people to come in and explore the church or to spend some quiet time. (Times when church is open may vary depending on services and other events.)

ST ANNE'S WEBSITE: - Our website offers resources for our growth in discipleship. On the website you can now find recent sermons collated in one place under the tag sermons. Also, we have a regular slot called Spiritual Reflections which aims to look at questions of faith in a fresh, imaginative way. Contact Ashley or Ben if you can't find the content.

ONLINE AND CARD TRANSACTIONS: Donations can also be made through our website (the DONATE button is in the top right-hand corner of every page).



Please feel free to phone me or drop me an email. I'll be delighted to hear from you. My contact details are:

Rev'd Ben Brown, 01273 933357, email:



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If you would like anything added to the Notices, please speak to Ashley. - 01273 409410

(For items to be on next Sunday's sheet, please supply to me by Thursday)



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