What we do
- At 8:00am we have a traditional Prayer Book communion service.
- At 10:00am there is a lively and informal family service. This service caters for all ages and includes a crèche and groups for the children and young people. The format varies from week to week during the month and you will find yourself experiencing, baptism services as local people bring their children for christening, teaching and drama slots, Holy Communion and much, much more.
- At 6:00pm we have a reflective evening service with monthly Healing Communion and Celtic services.
During the week many of us meet in small groups in homes around the parish where we share our experiences and encourage one another as we seek to follow Jesus’ guidelines for enjoying an ‘abundant life’. These meetings are called cell groups and are based on the idea that in life all healthy cells grow and multiply.
Every third Wednesday of the month there is a 10:30am communion service with a time of fellowship afterwards.
In addition, there are many other groups that meet on a weekly or monthly basis. We also regularly run an alpha course and youth alpha. Please select any of the items from the menu on the left for more information.
There has been a church on this site in Allesley for over 800 years. Christians here have sought to worship God, to tell people the Good News of Jesus Christ, and to serve the people of the parish.
The work carries on today. Visitors will find an active parish church with a variety of worship styles at its services on Sunday, and a network of small groups that meet throughout the week. We see these groups or cells as building blocks of the church. They are for all age groups and aim to help members grown in their faith, support one another, and to be equipped to practice their faith in the pressures of everyday life in this modern world.
We have a purpose here in Allesley…
We are here to worship God, to make disciples and to transform our communities by demonstrating the life and love of Jesus.
- Our love for God overflows in worship. As the Holy Spirit moves in our hearts and minds we want to express our worship together.
- Jesus sent His disciples out to share the good news that we can be reconciled to God through his work on the cross if we will put our trust in Him. Then we become new disciples of Christ.
- God wants us to live in community together. We are all part of several communities: our family & friends, our neighbourhood and our occupation and all of these can be made better and built up as we live out our Christian lives.