Question & Answer

Q

I would love to join with others to worship but there are practical problems that get in the way. Can you help?

A

Yes.

If you live in Ansley Common and have no car

why not walk to St. John's?

The Church runs a taxi through the parish each Sunday evening if you would like to use this service please email via this website of phone one of the wardens  

If Sunday morning is difficult

why not try our evening services?

Our evening is every Sunday at St. Laurence Church, Church End at 6.30 pm

If you are housebound

ask the Lay Reader to bring you communion.(email via this website)

If you are anxious that your children might be too noisy

please don't worry, all are welcome.

There are crayons and a few toys - Please ask if you wish to make use of them.

If you find coming to church difficult for any reason, remember we are here to help.

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Peter Allan

See Vicars Job Advert for details

As from 5th June 2016  Rev. Peter Allan has retired. However the life of the church will continue, although there may be a few changes.  If you want to contact the church please do so via the web link or email. Alternatively please telephone one of the church wardens Margaret Antill 01827 874520 or Moreen Freestone 024 7638 1833  one of the deputies Diana Kealey 024 7639 5089 or Margaret Oliver 024 7639 5674 all will be happy to help in any way they can.