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. 

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!

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Latest News

You’re invited to Alpha 2021

AYou're Invited to Alpha!lpha is for everyone who is curious about life and faith.

Come and join us this Thursday 7pm. Each week there will be a meal followed by 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.

Pick up an invite, bring a friend & let Doug or Marlene know you are coming. Or ask dougpreston52@gmail.com

 

 

Mucky Ducks is restarting

Mucky Ducks reopens on Wednesday 15 September at 9.00am – 11.00am with breakfast at 9.30am.

There is now no need for parents to book on line, you can just turn up on the day.  Entrance fee, which includes breakfast, is £2.50 per person/child and 50p extra per child.

Easing of Covid restrictions

As a Leadership Team we have discussed how we should respond to the recent easing of government restrictions. We
want to encourage as many as possible to attend the Family Service but are also aware of high infection rates and the
vulnerability of some of those who attend.

We plan to:
• Continue using sanitizer when entering the building
• Continue spacing out the rows of chairs
• Continue to allow air flow by opening windows.
• Continue to encourage those attending to book in advance in order to keep records for Track and Trace, although there is no longer a limit on numbers.

We encourage those who attend to wear a face covering (unless exempt) while moving around but these may be removed for the second half of the service, while seated.
We are very happy to say that we can all now sing but encourage you to wear your face covering while doing so.
We encourage those who feel more vulnerable, or who wish to remain more distanced, to sit on the carpeted area to
ensure that no one is singing behind them.
We will review these arrangements in a few weeks and adjust as required but we look forward to singing together on Sunday.

Latest Downloads and Teaching

Worship with us on 24 October 2021

Join us this week as we worship by joining the live stream or you can catch up any time – or join us in person. Tony Finch will be speaking from Judges 6:1-14, “Gideon the reluctant rescuer”

Watch the service live or catch up by clicking the link or using the video below.

Worship with us on 17 October 2021

Join us this week as we worship by joining the live stream or you can catch up any time – or join us in person. Ian Macnair joins us again to speak from Psalm 16, “Worshipping in Contentment” as we come to the end of our series in the Psalms,  “Worshipping the Lord of Life”.

Watch the service live or catch up by clicking the link or using the video below.

Worship with us on 10 October 2021

Join us this week as we worship by joining the live stream or you can catch up any time – or join us in person. Ian Macnair will be speaking on “Worshipping Under Pressure”, Psalm 143 in our series in the Psalms,  “Worshipping the Lord of Life”.

Watch the service live or catch up by clicking the link or using the video below.