St Anne’s Catholic Church,
North Street
Keighley
BD21 3AD
Tel: (01535) 603356
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Priests Welcome

A warm welcome from Canon Michael McCreadie

St. Anne’s Church is the parish church for the newly formed parish of Our Lady of Victories and St. Anne; this new parish was created with the amalgamation of St. Anne’s Parish and the Parish of Our Lady Of Victories Keighley in September 2016. St. Anne’s Church was built in 1840 and is the mother church of all the surrounding parishes which are part of the Catholic Diocese of Leeds.

Keighley has a population of 60,000 with a strong Catholic Community representing the universal life of the Church. The town is surrounded by the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales and the Bronte country.

I hope you find the website informative and if you are a visitor to St. Anne’s Church or a new resident in the Parish please introduce yourself to me after Holy Mass.

May Our Lady of Victories and St. Anne pray for you.
Canon Michael McCreadie
Parish Priest

Bulletin

The Weekly bulletin is published and made available in the churches of St Anne, St Joseph and Our Lady of Lourdes. In it you will find Mass times for the following week as well as Mass intentions, announcements and upcoming pastoral and social events.

You can download the latest bulletin here

 

 

History

Read about the history of the Church of St Anne, and the parish in which it sits. Find out about the humble beginnings in 1835, through to the present day.

The first Mass celebrated in Keighley after the Reformation was offered by Fr. Burgess of Myddleton Lodge, at the house of Mr Jack Carr in 1823

About The Church

We are rebuilding the site section regarding the architecture and history of St Annes.

Check back shortly when there will be a significant update to the site.