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OUR MISSION

St. Ann’s Parish is part of the Roman Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Southwark.
St. Ann’s makes visible the compassionate and unconditional love and mercy of God in our community.


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CALL TO BE AN EVANGELISER

Pope Francis' constant refrain :
"Go forth" evangelize, help the poor.

The Holy Spirit is the protagonist of evangelization.

The missionary church is a praying church. The history of missions is a history of prayer. Everything vital to the success of the world’s evangelization hinges on prayer.

Archbishop John Wilson is calling us to be an evangelising and missionary archdiocese. This will not be possible without prayer.

As we pray for our Church, we also pray that we are renewed.

VOLUNTEERING AT THE PARISH

At St. Ann’s Parish we are always grateful to hear from anyone who is willing to help us out, either remotely or in person with our Masses or who would be willing to volunteer in other ways such as a steward at the start of the Mass or to oversee the church during other liturgies or carry out the Liturgy readings during Mass.

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SACRAMENTAL PREPARATIONS

Sacrament of Confirmation....
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Sacrament of First Holy Communion....

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For Baptism Form....

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USEFUL LINKS

Members of our parish or visitors to this site may be interested in browsing websites to deepen our understanding of the Catholic faith.

The sites below are a useful selection--click on links to open respective web pages :

Divine Office.org

Holy See (Official Vatican Site)

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark

CAFOD

LITURGY SCHEDULE

Masses and other services

Weekend Mass Times
Saturday : 10:00 am
6:00 pm (Sunday's Vigil Mass)
Sunday : 10:30 am

Weekday Mass Times
Monday to Friday--10:00 am

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
by arrangement

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament :
Every Thursday from 9:10 am to 9:55 am.

Holy Rosary :
Every Wednesday from 9:35 am.

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CATECHESIS - FAITH FORMATION

Catechism of the Catholic Church--Two fold Paschal mystery - No. 654

The Paschal mystery has two aspects :
by his death, Christ liberates us from sin
by his Resurrection, he opens for us the way to a new life.

This new life is above all justification that reinstates us in God's grace, "so that as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.

526--Justification consists in both victory over the death caused by sin and a new participation in grace.

527--It brings about filial adoption so that men become Christ's brethren, as Jesus himself called his disciples after his Resurrection: "Go and tell my brethren.

528--We are brethren not by nature, but by the gift of grace, because that adoptive filiation gains us a real share in the life of the only Son, which was fully revealed in his Resurrection.

No.1169 : Therefore Easter is not simply one feast among others, but the "Feast of feasts," the "Solemnity of solemnities," just as the Eucharist is the "Sacrament of sacraments" (the Great Sacrament). St. Athanasius calls Easter "the Great Sunday"43 and the Eastern Churches call Holy Week "the Great Week."

The mystery of the Resurrection, in which Christ crushed death, permeates with its powerful energy our old time, until all is subjected to him.

SAFEGUARDING

If you are concerned about the welfare of a child or adult at risk, do not delay in contacting the police using 999 if a child or adult is believed to be in immediate danger.

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St. Ann’s Parish

A united Church : one in God

A sincere and warm welcome to all our parishioners and visitors who worship and praise God together at St. Ann's Roman Catholic Parish.

Welcome message from the Clergy and Parish Team


A message for summer–--reserving moments for God

Isaiah 30:15 [New Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition]

For thus said the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel:
In returning and rest you shall be saved;
in quietness and in trust shall be your strength.


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JOIN US - NEW MEMBERS OF OUR PARISH


Welcome to St. Ann’s Parish.

Please take a Parish Registration Form from the website or the back of the church and kindly fill it out and return it to the parish office as it is important to do this.

For the Parishioner registration form...Click here.

Please feel free to introduce yourself to the parish clergy whenever you are able to do so.

IMPORTANT EVENTS


On 17th July 2022 we welcomed Sr. Catherine and the Little Sisters

who shared their view of the newly canonised St. Charles de Foucauld in the church and showed a video in the hall.

Like Brother Charles, Little Sister Magdeleine (1898-1989) had a passion for living the Gospel radically. Following in his footsteps, she left for the Sahara where she settled among and became close friends with a group of Muslim nomads who welcomed her into their lives.

The Congregation of the Little Sisters of Jesus was born there in 1939.

The congregation became marked by this simple friendship that took place at the very beginning and by the unity that existed between persons of different religions and backgrounds.

Did not the Son of God take this same approach of coming to others and letting oneself be welcomed?
He arrived among humankind, very tiny and in total confidence.

This “way” of Jesus in Bethlehem and Nazareth, the same way he comes in the Eucharist as a gift of love and an offering of unity, fashions our contemplative religious life lived right in the midst of the world and in little communities.

Mixed into the ordinary life of the peoples who welcome us, often in places of division and exclusion, we share the same living conditions, work, joys, sufferings, and struggles. And very often it is our friends who teach us how to hope!

God reveals himself in the ordinary of daily life, in tiny sparks of life that are sometimes quite surprising, and in bonds where differences become a blessing and seeds of unity for the world.

St. Charles de Foucauld : “It is not necessary to teach others, to cure them or to improve them; it is only necessary to live among them, sharing the human condition and being present to them in love.”

CONTACT US/FIND US


The St Ann's church address and contact details :

St. Ann's R.C. Church,
St. Ann's House,
Kingston Hill,
SURREY,
KT2 7LX.

Tel: 020 8546 8732

Email : kingstonhill@rcaos.org.uk

Website : www.stanns-kingstonhill.org.uk

Please follow this link for Google map directions
to St. Ann's RC Parish Kingston Hill.