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Established at the junction of  Alvechurch Road

and Lilley Lane in 1900, the ‘Mission Church’ was

built in the Parish of King Norton to serve the

hamlet of West Heath.

It was opened on December 1st by the Bishop of

Worcester, in whose diocese the area was still

situated.

The Diocese of Birmingham was formed in 1905.

In the early 1920’s the wooden ‘village hall’ was

built and it, along with the Mission Church, were

used as a school until Turves Green was built.

In 1942 the church was renamed ‘St Anne’s Church’.

The Vicarage was built in 1968 and work started on

the erection of the new church and other buildings

in July 1974.  October 4th, St Francis Day, 1975

saw  the consecration of St Anne’s Church and

St Francis Chapel.

St Anne’s Sanctuary St Francis Chapel