Greenstead With St Anne

Welcome to our website and whatever your reason for looking us up, I hope that you find what you are looking for but if not, we are easy to contact.

We have now re-opened our church buildings, but our services are still also being live streamed. Across the Summer and Autumn, we are trialling a new pattern of weekly Sunday services:

3rd OctoberHarvest Festival Praise Today for the whole family of God at St Andrew’s Church at 10.30am

10th October – Holy Communion at St Andrew’s Church at 10.30am / Contemporary Morning Praise at St Matthew’s Church at 10.30am

17th October – Holy Communion at St Anne’s Church at 10.30am

24th October – Holy Communion at St Andrew’s Church at 10.30am / Contemporary Morning Praise at St Anne’s Church at 10.30am

If you would like to attend, you no longer need to book a place in advance. Please see our weekly newsletter for details about services and other information.

Please note: to keep people safe, we strongly encourage anyone attending the services to wear face-coverings. Full details of our position regarding the easing of Covid-19 restrictions can be found here. We will continue to not give out paper copies of the orders of services on Sunday mornings, but you can download a copy from our ‘Worship at home‘ tab.

You can also worship with us online every Sunday at 10.30, and also each Thursday morning at 9.00am, Wednesday evening at 5.00pm and Friday at 6.00pm on our Facebook page.  You do not need to have a Facebook account to join our worship.  We are all journeying together as we seek to learn more about our faith and what it means to live as a Christian, especially in these challenging times. For more information on all our churches, follow the links from the drop down options above, and do check our weekly newsletter and our ‘Worship at home‘ page. 

You are most welcome to come and worship with us wherever you are.

We are committed to Safeguarding children and young people and vulnerable adults. 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: or on the Safeguarding pages of the Chelmsford Diocese:

Details of our Parish Safeguarding Representative can be found on our noticeboard in church and can be contacted by looking under legal notices and safeguarding