We are located in the parish of Southampton overlooking the blue water of the South Shore of Bermuda.
Our lovely church standing among ancient leaning grave stones was named after the mother of the Virgin Mary traditionally known as Anne. There is a large statue of St. Anne in our sanctuary mirroring the statue behind the altar in the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity in Hamilton.
The story of St Anne bears a similarity to that of the birth of Samuel whose mother Hannah (Anne in Hebrew) had also been childless and bore a child late in life. Although St. Anne receives little attention in the Western Church prior to the late 12th century, dedications to Anne in the Eastern Church occur as early as the 6th century.
We are an inclusive and family oriented worshipping community where visitors find a welcome no matter what their church background. We believe in doing things together, helping people to joyously grow in faith, love and confidence in the Lord.
We have just over 100 on our electoral roll with an average Sunday attendance at our main service of 45. Following the service we usually have a time of fellowship with refreshments in our hall.
During the summer we often have holiday visitors from the three hotels in our parish, The Reefs, The Fairmont and The Pompano.
I hope you find this website both helpful and informative and that as you visit us you will find spiritual refreshment and joy.