Welcome to Canley Community Church!

We’re a friendly, open church who try to make everyone feel welcome, whether you’re a visitor or you’ve come hundreds of times. Before the service on a Sunday morning is a perfect chance to have a cup of coffee or tea and get to know some of us.

We’re committed to using the Bible to determine how we meet together, how we worship and what we do in the community. We are convinced that God is just as relevant to our world today as when the Bible was written and seek to share this with everyone.

We want to make lots of contributions in the Canley area. There are lots of groups that meet in the church building and our members are involved in many different community groups.

Our main Sunday service is at 11am and you can find out about all our weekly activities (including things for families and children) on the website, find out about how students can fit in, listen to some of the teaching that has been given on Sunday mornings or just have a look around!

You can also find us on Facebook – and “like” us!


Latest News

Alpha – starting 26 January

Alpha is for everyone who is curious about life and faith. Come and join us on Tuesdays for conversation over a free light lunch. Each week there
will be a short video to explore the basics of Christianity and then it is over to you – no question is out of bounds and you are free to discuss as much or as little as you like. Alpha runs for 8 weeks.

Starts Tuesday 26th January 11.00am – 12.30pm
Doug Preston: 07940 593 138 dougpreston52@gmail.com
Claire Martin: 07745 681 644

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Global Care Christmas Appeal – Schools in Ethiopia

Christmas appealJohn White introduced the Global Care Christmas Appeal in our service this week and a video of what he said is below. We will be helping to raise money that will allow 5 preschools in rural Ethiopia to continue running in 2016. If you want to know more about the impact these schools have had on over 4000 children already, click through to watch the video.

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