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Set in a Liberal Catholic Eucharistic tradition, St Mary’s worships in a spirit of “relaxed formality”, where the focus is on fine choral music and liturgy with a feeling that God is transcendent. The church offers additional choral worship centred on major festivals and pays close attention to the changing liturgical seasons. St Mary’s congregation values traditional worship ‘done well’.

Like St Mary’s, St Anne’s is an intergenerational, liberal and inclusive congregation, who worship an immanent God. Recent re-ordering has seen the pews removed and the nave altar become the main permanent focus of worship. Worship is less formal here than at St Mary’s and takes place in the round. Worship is led by organ and piano, and the feeling is very much that God is immanent.

All Souls Service - St Anne's 5.00pm, Sunday 31st October

Everyone is welcome to this service - including those who have recently lost loved ones as well as those who have been without those they have loved for longer. 

There is also the option to bring a small photo or object you associate with a loved one to the service. There will be the opportunity to place these at the front as part of our prayers. These can be collected afterwards as people return home. Please do bring these if you would like to.

Sunday Services

With effect from Sunday 5th September 2021, a new pattern of Sunday worship took effect at St Mary's and St Anne's Churches, as detailed in the table below:

Sunday of the Month

8am Sunday Service at St Mary’s

10am Sunday Service at St Mary’s Church *

11am Sunday Service at St Anne’s Church (except 4th Sunday – see below)

6.30pm Sunday Service at St Mary’s


Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

10am Eucharist with children’s groups

11am Eucharist with children’s groups

Sung Evensong


Holy Communion (Common Worship)

10am Intergenerational Service with no children’s groups

11am Eucharist with no children’s groups

Taize / Celtic Style Worship


Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

10am Eucharist with children’s groups

11am Eucharist with children’s groups

Sung Evensong


Holy Communion (Common Worship)

10am Eucharist with no children’s groups

8.30am Breakfast Church **

Service of Wholeness and Healing


Holy Communion (Common Worship)

10am Eucharist with children’s groups

11am Eucharist with children’s groups

Contemplative Worship

* When the Eucharist service is from St Mary's at 10:00am, it will also be live-streamed to our Facebook page www.facebook.com/ParishOfMoseley and the Benefice website (unless it is the Intergenerational Service, which is not live-streamed). If the video does not appear on the website at 10am, please refresh your page.


** Breakfast Church is different. With a strong emphasis on community, fun and food, it’s a chance to meet people, and engage with God in a fresh and accessible way, with breakfast included. It happens early in the day to accommodate busy families with multiple commitments.

For everyone's safety, we would ask you to observe the following if you are coming to a service: ​

  • You are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering whilst in Church. 
  • You are also encouraged to sanitise your hands on entry and exit. Sanitiser will be available.  
  • Please continue to respect everyone's space whilst in church. 
  • Orders of service and hymn books will be available on arrival. You are welcome to check in using either the NHS COVID 19 app and scanning the QR code which is on the back of the paper Test & Trace Form, or  by completing a Test & Trace form.


Weekday Services


Morning Prayer

Join us for Morning Prayer in St Mary's Church at 9.10am on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and in St Anne's Church at 9.10am on Wednesdays. 

Midweek Holy Communion

Mid-week Holy Communion takes place every Thursday at 12.45pm in St Mary's. 



For details of worship for Children, please see our Children and Youth page.



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