Sunday’s at st ann’s

We are made up of all kinds of people; all races, ages, from all walks of life, each with our own unique story and journey to faith. We meet together every Sunday at 09:30 and 11am to encourage each other, join together to worship God and to catch up as a Church family.


Our services include lively worship, engaging talks based on biblical truths and how we can apply them to our lives here in Tottenham and a chance to find out what’s going on in the life of the Church. On the first and third Sunday’s of the month we celebrate communion together, remembering the sacrifice of his body and blood that Jesus made for us all.


There is Children’s church at both of our gatherings, with a group for teens at the 11am. Click here to learn more about our Youth and Children’s ministries. We also have a parent’s lounge located in the Organ Room in Church. Here you can listen to and watch the service whilst keeping an eye on your babies & toddlers.


After each gathering, there is (amazing!) coffee, tea, drinks and snacks. It’s a great time to meet someone new or catch up with friends. If you’re visiting us for the first time, do fill out one of our welcome cards and hand it to one of the welcome team.

For several years the main guiding principle of the church has been a three-fold strapline:


An emphasis on a warm, open welcome to people, and with the conviction that a major source of church growth has been people having positive experience of the life of the church, and inviting others along. Set in a multi-ethnic community, the church has always encouraged attendance, participation and leadership by people from all ethnic groups in the area. This concern to make Christian fellowship and worship as widely available as possible has led the church to plant churches on two housing estates in the area.


The church has laid considerable emphasis on preaching that enables people to find a personal relationship with Christ through preaching from scripture and encouraging a response of faith. It lays store on thorough baptism and confirmation preparation; and on encouraging both personal bible reading and meeting in small groups.

be out there

St Ann’s has always sought to be involved in the local community, both by encouraging discipleship and witness in peoples everyday lives, and by church-initiated projects.