Welcome to to our website

This is the website of the church of St Laurence's Church in Ansley. CV10 0QR

We exist to

worship and love God

share the Good News of Jesus in word and deed

meet the needs of others with the help of the Holy Spirit

We are

part of the combined benefice of Arley and Ansley

situated in the Deanery of Nuneaton, the Diocese of Coventry and the County of Warwickshire

We have

services every Sunday

at St Laurence's, Church End

at 10.30 and 6.30

at St. John's, Ansley Common at 10.30 a.m,. .

We are responsible for

four buildings St. Laurence's Church, St. John's Hall Ansley Common, Ansley Village Church Hall and St. Laurence's Church Annexe.

The church is open for private prayer, contemplation or just to have a look on Sunday afternoons May to September.

We run

a wide range of activities for all ages 

There's always a lot going on, so why not come along and join the fun!.


What's On? Calendar and Activites
Why are we here?
About the church
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Question
What are the times of the Sunday Services?

Answer
Services are held every Sunday at St. Laurence's Church End at 10.30a.m. and 6.30 p.m. and at St. John's Hall Ansley Common every Sunday at 10.30 a.m. Take a look at our What's On? section for special services. 

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Ringing Remembers

"We will remember them"  As part of the nation-wide commemoration of the centenary of the signing of the Armistice and cessation of hostilities the bells of St. Laurence Ansley were rung from 12.30 p.m. on Sunday 11th November 2018. Takin...

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Personal Profile
Rev. John Langlands

 It is with great pleasure that I would like to welcome you to St Laurence.  Frances, my wife, and I have received a very warm welcome ourselves, so you will not be disappointed when you visit St Laurence.  I am also the vicar of the other churches in Ansley and Arley – St John’s, St Michael’s and St Wilfrid’s.

Being in a rural and farming area in the north part of Coventry Diocese is like coming home for us.  A number of years ago I pastored a church in rural Norfolk which was mainly surrounded by arable farms with some pigs and chickens.  The strong sense of community life was something very special.  This should be particularly valued in these days when many folk live such individual, separate and often lonely lives. 

We have just had hot off the press a visiting card which I hope reflects what our church stands for: ‘You will not walk alone.  Together we are with you on life’s journey’.  Over these next weeks, months and years, I hope we can get to know you better and that you will find Frances and myself not just ‘churchy’ people but friends as well, who enjoy life and plenty of laughter!