St Anne's Church, Moseley

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St. Anne's Church, Moseley
52°27′03″N 1°53′29″W / 52.4507°N 1.8915°W / 52.4507; -1.8915Coordinates: 52°27′03″N 1°53′29″W / 52.4507°N 1.8915°W / 52.4507; -1.8915
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Broad Church
Website [1]
Dedication St. Anne
Parish Moseley
Diocese Birmingham
Province Canterbury
Vicar(s) Revd Jeremy Dussek and Revd Hazel White (associate)
Assistant Revd Prof Frank Berry and Revd Caroline George
Organist/Director of music Peter Howard

St. Anne's Church, Park Hill, Moseley is a parish church in the Church of England located in Moseley, Birmingham.


The church dates from 1874 and is by the architect Frederick Preedy,[1] and is Grade II listed.[2] It was originally a separate parish, but is now part of a united benefice with St. Mary's Church, Moseley.

List of Vicars[edit]

  • Robert Yaxley
  • Leslie Brotherton
  • Alan Reynolds
  • Averyl Bradbook (2004 - 2005)
  • Jeremy Dussek (2007 - )

Patterns of Worship at St Anne's

Regular Sunday Worship

  • 11:00am Sung Eucharist

Patterns of Worship at St Mary's

Regular Sunday Worship

  • 8:00am Holy Communion
  • 10:00am Sung Eucharist
  • 6:30pm Evensong

Weekday Worship

9.00am Morning Prayer


The organ is by Brindley & Foster and dates from 1907. It was overhauled by Nicholson & Co (Worcester) Ltd in 1984. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register

The Organ has been sampled and is the instrument which is provided with the Hauptwerk Virtual Organ. [3]

List of Organists[edit]


  1. ^ The Buildings of England, Warwickshire. Nikolaus Pevsner
  2. ^ English Heritage. "Grade II (217492)". Images of England. 
  3. ^ Hauptwerk v4 Product datasheet, p2
  4. ^ Thornsby, Frederick W., ed. (1912) Dictionary of Organs and Organists. Bournemouth: Logan.
  5. ^ The Musical Times, Vol. 60, No. 922 (Dec. 1, 1919), pp. 692-693
  6. ^ Thornsby, Frederick W., ed. (1921) Dictionary of Organs and Organists; 2nd ed. London: G. A. Mate.