While each of our Sunday services at St Anne’s Ryde Anglican Church varies greatly in style they all share our focus on Bible teaching.
8 am | Church of St Anne’s
A classic Anglican Prayer Book service. Most are Lord’s Supper, with Morning Prayer on the first Sunday of each month. Hymns are sung to the accompaniment of the historic organ. Morning tea is served in the Vestry after the service.
10 am | Impact Mandarin speaking service in St Anne’s hall
A family-friendly service conducted in Mandarin. Children take part in this service and during school term, they have their own Kid’s programs during the second part of the service with special arrangements during school holidays. Morning tea is served in the hall after the service.
10 am | Family friendly service in the Auditorium
A family-friendly informal service with a contemporary musical style and we share in the Lord’s Supper each month. Children take part in these services and during school term, they have their own kids programs during the second part of the service with special arrangements during school holidays. Morning tea is served in the church hall after the service.
6 pm | Contemporary Service in St Anne’s Hall
An informal service for young and old with a contemporary music style. We share in the Lord’s Supper each month. Supper follows the service.
Available for babies and toddlers up to 3 years of age, during KBF time, in the cry room.
Sundays 10am during the school term.
We start off in the service where we join in some singing, play along to the kids’ song with our clapping sticks and get a chance to win the Freddo Frog quiz.. Then we go out to the classrooms for our KBF program with Pat and Janette (preschool), Katie, Sharon, Zach, Grace and Marie (K-5) where we have fun playing games and learning about Jesus.
Sundays 10am during school term with a special program during holidays.
St Anne’s Ryde has hosted Ambassadors Soccer Camps for a number of years and is for boys and girls, ages 6-12, of all playing abilities. All Ambassadors Soccer Camps involve:
- Excellent coaching from local (and usually overseas) coaches, based on the FFA National Curriculum
- Fun football-based games, tournaments and competitions
- Character-building Team Talks based on Christian values
- A final-day awards ceremony and celebration
Click here for more information. Camps are held in the July school holidays.
Playing with children in a social environment, chatting about life over a cuppa and sharing new ideas all help to give Mums, Dads and carers some support as they cope with “life with toddlers”. Learning to share, painting and craft, listening to stories and play is important for a child’s development. Playtime offers a ‘time out’ for everyone.
Friday mornings 10 – 11:30am during school terms in St Anne’s Ryde hall. $20 (1 child) $30 (2 or more children) per term for Children 0-5 years.
Playtime is currently full. If you would like to add your name to the waiting list phone the office on 9809 1322 or fill in the registration form. .
St Anne’s provides well qualified volunteers to teach SRE in 2 local primary schools, Ryde and Meadowbank.
Why SRE? is a website for parents and carers to explain the workings and benefits of Special Religious Education (SRE). Check it out!
Reboot Meets on Friday Nights during school term from 7-9pm and is a great place to find out about Jesus and meet friends.
Our leadership team prepares a great program including singing, praying, mingling, learning from the Bible in an enjoyable way with games, challenges and small group discussions. We also have outings and combine with other youth groups occasionally throughout the year and sometimes gather for extra activities during school holidays.
Sunday Reboot is for school years 6 and up. It starts off in the 10am service, then heads out with Steph and Fiona to continue to discuss the Bible, play games and hang out.
Sundays 10am during school term. We stay in the service during school holidays.
St Anne’s youth go on a variety of camps
- We take a group of youth to the KYCK convention in Katoomba for a weekend around the Easter holidays each year. Many youth groups gather together for Bible Talks, seminars, singing, and serving – a valuable time away together! Click here for more information
- LiT (Leaders in Training) is an awesome week each year in January, pushing youth in years 10-12 to think hard about their faith and serving Jesus with their whole life. Click here for more information
Pupil free day at the beginning of Term 3 for all high schoolers keen to meet together for fun and food with focused study time including assistance from trained teachers and leaders.
There is a specific room for HSC students who would like a structured revision day and last minute tips in preparing for their English (standard and advanced) papers with an experienced English teacher who has marked HSC exams. Limited places.
St Anne’s are supporters of RACE (Ryde Area Christian Education); a group of committed churches in the Ryde Area, taking SRE into Ryde Secondary College. Click here for more information
St Anne’s is also involved with supporting the ISCF lunchtime group known as SOUL which meets Thursday lunchtimes at Ryde Secondary College. Click here for more information.
plus other monthly social events.
Call Steph at the office on 9809 1322
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Go to the Connect Notes page for questions associated with each study.
You can listen to past sermons on our sermons page.
Wednesdays 9.30 – 11.30am
in St Annes Ryde hall and classrooms during school term
Come and make the ULTIMATE DISCOVERY
Christianity Explored is for anyone who wants to learn about the Christian faith, to inquire into what Christianity means, or to reintroduce themselves to God.
Who is Jesus?
Why did he come?
What does it mean to follow him?
A relationship with Jesus is the most important relationship you will ever have. ChristianityExplored is a DVD based course presented by Rico Tice exploring what a relationship with Jesus involves. Relaxed discussion with a small group of people gives
plenty of opportunities to ask the hard questions.
You don’t need to know anything about the Bible.
You won’t be asked to read aloud, pray or sing.
To watch a short video introduction, click here.
Contact the office to book into the next course.