Century for St Anne’s

A 1940's style dance was held at St Anne's Church Hall as part of the Church's centenery celebrations, pictured are the Bishop of Sherwood and his Wife with Simon Cash and some of the helpers in costume (w120928-6d)

A 1940's style dance was held at St Anne's Church Hall as part of the Church's centenery celebrations, pictured are the Bishop of Sherwood and his Wife with Simon Cash and some of the helpers in costume (w120928-6d)

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GOING to church every Sunday morning might seem an outdated concept nowadays, and yet many people find themselves drawn back to worship at important milestones in their life.

St Anne’s Church on Newcastle Avenue, Worksop, has stood proud as a symbol of Christianity for 100 years.

And while congregation numbers are nothing like what they were in 1912, it remains significant in many local people’s lives.

 

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