Three centuries at the centre of the city; the life of St Ann's
'An incensed Ann led her ladies out into the street, and the women danced by moonlight in St Ann’s Square'
Dear members — today’s story is by Dr Thomas McGrath, a historian and longtime Mill contributor. He tells the tale of our very own St Ann’s Church, and the rivalry and religious feuding that embroiders its past.
On a related note, our latest podcast episode has dropped, and it features St Ann’s current rector, Canon Nigel Ashworth. He and Darryl talk more about the church’s history; his faith journey and the his current, diverse, parish. Listen here.
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