ANBI

Identity

  1. ANBI Name(s):
    Ecclesial identity: Anglican Church of St. Anna and St. Mary, Haarlem
    KvK name: Anglican Church Haarlem
    Fiscal name: Anglicaanse Kerk St Anna and St Mary
    Informal name: The English Speaking Church (in) Haarlem
  2. Constitutional position
    Church in the Archdeaconry of North West Europe/Anglicaanse Kerk in Nederland.  www.anglican.nl  It is governed by the ecclesiastical law of the Church of England www.cofe.org  and constitution and rules of the Diocese in Europe www.europe.anglican.org
  3. RSIN: 824152311
  4. URL/website address: www.anglican-church-haarlem.nl
  5. e-mail contact:
    Secretary: Anni Kearney
  6. Visiting address
    Kinderhuissingel 74, 2013 AV Haarlem
  7. Postal address
    Pieter Kiesstraat 76, 2013 BK Haarlem
  8. Church officers, including council:
    One chair (vacant), two church wardens, one secretary, 2 further council members, one treasurer and one safeguarding officer.
  9. Salaries policy
    The church shall have such stipendiary clergy and other ministers as is agreed between the Bishop and the church council. Their stipends shall be determined in accordance with or on the basis of stipulations made by, on behalf or with the concurrence of the Bishop. Neither stipendiary or salaried staff, nor volunteer officers or council members, will receive any remuneration or other financial compensation, however named, in respect of their work in governing the church; and such activities shall not be deemed to establish any claim to tax exemption or tax-exempt payments. Exceptional expenses may be compensated financially only to the maximum nominal amount.

Activity

  1. Policy plan
    The national policy plan is to be found at the website of the Archdeaconry www.anglican.nl. The local policy is summarised here:  Main policy for 2020 is to proceed with the intensifying of the work of our Church, with the contribution of all, for creating a thriving Church community again in which more and more people feel at home and feel supported in their religious life. With the current Covid pandemic we are working hard to support all members of our church community and keep our place of worship safe.
    Where possible we contribute to joint activities within the Diocese of Europe of the Anglican Church.
    Our financial situation is improving thorough careful attention. Costs are kept as low as possible. This means that, although the Chaplaincy may have paid staff and other workers, and may also compensate volunteer workers for their activities to the maximum allowable annual amount, we do not expect any other payment of fees or the like except for visiting clergy and organist.
  2. Objectives
    The Anglican Church Haarlem offers a place of worship for the English-speaking community in and around the Haarlem area and visitors from home and abroad to meditate, pray and worship, privately and together. We support people in their understanding and approach to life and faith. We are called to sharing the joy of God’s unconditional love in faith and action. We commit ourselves to contributing to a world where love, reconciliation, tolerance, equality and peace can prevail. We are an open, welcoming church, which exists for the community as a whole and where everyone is valued and respected. Charitable activities also include work among asylum seekers, contributions to the local food bank, and support to various other charitable and relief funds, mainly abroad.
    Note: These objectives are being reviewed at present by the Church Council. Any comments are welcome!
  3. Activities report
    As in other years, the focus of activities in 2019 was on our regular services, held every Sunday, and monthly Compline and Healing services. There were special services such as the Nine Lessons and Carols and combined services with the Old Catholic Church, a Lent and Advent course with discussion, as well as other activities such as social events and concerts by our excellent choir. Apart from these activities the main and most important issue was the maintenance of church membership and momentum during the current interregnum, which will end with the appointment of a new chaplain.

Financial

  1. Statement of income & expenses
    A summary of the financial report of income & expenses for the year 2016 is as follows. More detailed information is available on request.

    Income 2019 (2018) (2017) (2016)
    Collections and fund raising 33,964 32,175 35,725 50,156
    Church magazine subscriptions 515 373 365 431
    Total income 34,479 32,548 36,090 50,587
    Expenditure 2019
    Running Costs Chaplaincy 21,464 18,477 13,104 30,391
    Other Expenses (incl Diocesan and Archdeaconry Quotas and Bookkeeping & accounts) 4,538 3,381 3,203 5,561
    Total expenditure 26,002 21,858 16,307 35,952
  2. Chaplaincy costs in 2016 include the rent of an apartment and until June the stipends and other costs of an incumbent priest half time.
  3. Statement of intended disbursements in coming year
    The Church intends to commission new service sheets and templates for posters/flyers and intends to contribute to the church building renovations. Also the rent will increase by 10%.  Other than that, no additional disbursements are intended except for unavoidable costs, focussing on Chaplaincy and Church services. A summary of expected expenses for 2020 is as follows. This year we shall again build reserves. If we are successful in recruiting a new Chaplain the figures will change.

    Expected expenditure 2020
    Chaplaincy costs and Church service expenses 23,000
    Other expenditure (incl Diocesan and Archdeaconry Quotas) 5,500
    Total expenditure 28,500
  4. Disbursements for 2020 are expected to be higher than those in 2019, and will again be significantly lower if the Church does not have an incumbent priest again that year.