The Church Halls & Annexe

Ansley Church is responsible for St John’s Church Hall in Ansley Common Ansley Village Church Hall in Ansley Village The Annexe in The Church Yard. Each one is available for hire for community events the cost is £10 per hour and £15 for commercial use and private hire plus £5 for each let. Every one … Read more

Becoming a member of Ansley Church

There are lots of ways to becoming a member of a church. Attend church on a regular basis – That is great. Do you want to fully participate in the worship of God by receiving Communion? – You should consider Confirmation. Do you want to further participate in the decisions taken on behalf of the … Read more

Harvest Festival

Each year on the 2nd Sunday in October we offer our thanks to God for all that he has given us.  We decorate the church with flowers, fruit, vegetables  with packets and tins of food. Our services offer our thanks to God in hymns and prayers. There is a collection for the Salvation Army and … Read more

February 2021

Please see below an update on church services for February 2021 (As at 25th January 2021) Public worship has been suspended in the Benefice during the month of February.  This decision was circulated online or by post towards the end of January. The church web page www.ansleychurch.org will have the latest information in the news … Read more

Flower Festival 2021 Report

Over the many years we have always been aware of God’s guidance during our Flower Festivals. This has been especially true this year. There have been so many uncertainties- Would it been permitted? Would people come? Yes it was allowed and yes people did come. Well over 500 people visited the church over the weekend. This … Read more

Memorial Service

Each year at the end of January we hold a special service to remember those who have gone before us. We invite all those who have been bereaved in the past year but any one who wants can attend and remember their loved ones. The names of all those who have died are read. There … Read more

A brief history of Ansley Parish

Ansley is first mentioned in 1086 when it was surveyed, together with Hartshill, in the Domesday Book among the manors held by the then recently deceased Countess Godiva, the wife, mother and grandmother of successive Anglo-Saxon earls of Mercia. Located within the characteristic woodland landscape of the Warwickshire Arden, the place-name is probably derived from … Read more

Gift Aid

In April 2000 the “Gift Aid” scheme was launched to help charities gain as much benefit as possible from their donors gifts. This has been a great help to the Ansley church raising over £5,000 extra each year. If you pay tax in any form in the U.K. please consider increasing your donation by completing … Read more