Meeting Needs,
    Bringing Hope,
    Sharing Love

    Services in Arley

    St. Michael’s – New Arley – 10:30 – 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month

    St. Wilfrid’s – Old Arley -10:30 – 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month

    Services for the Fifth Sunday of the month or at other times, will be added to this list on an As and When basis

    The Leys Churches (Fillongley & Corley, Ansley & Arley)

    Ministry Team

    Rev’d Gail Phillip – Priest-in-Charge of Ansley & Arley and Fillongley & Corley

    Rev’d Steve Medley – Associate Minister – Ansley & Arley and Fillongley & Corley.

    Rev’d Jo Parker – Assistant Curate of Ansley & Arley and Fillongley & Corley

    All are full time and will now develop a ministry plan which will enable a good, viable ministry across the parishes.
    In due course there will be a special ‘launch’ event for the partnership involving all the churches.

    Contact details –

    Phone – 01676 248479
    or by E Mail – leysgroupteam@gmail.com

    COVID 19 Guidance on Living

    The government has now published its Guidance on Living with COVID-19. (See www.gov.uk)

    People are continuing to be advised that there are safer behaviours they can adopt to reduce the risk of infection.
    Precautions remain particularly important to those who are at higher risk if they catch COVID-19, although due to advances in vaccination and therapeutics, this group is now better protected.

    The majority of people previously considered clinically extremely vulnerable are now advised to follow the same general guidance as everyone else as a result of the protection they have received from vaccination.

    Safer behaviours include getting vaccinated; letting fresh air in, if meeting indoors, or meeting outside; wearing a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces when rates of transmission are high; trying to stay at home if you are unwell; taking a test if you have COVID-19 symptoms; staying at home and avoiding contact with other people if you test positive and washing your hands and following advice to “Catch it. Bin it. Kill it.”

    There is a lot more detail in the guidance (See www.gov.uk) but these are the main points which affect our congregation’s.

    Please Note

    Visiting clergy and service leaders may ask the congregation to follow particular guidance. Their requests should be respected so they can feel comfortable as they lead us in worship.

    If you are unable to join us please not that we are still publishing a Home Worship Services on this Web site each week.

    How to Visit Our Churches

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    Funerals can be arranged by contacting the Ministry Team –
    Phone – 01676 248479
    or by E Mail – leysgroupteam@gmail.com

    Safeguarding at Arley, North Warwickshire, Church’s

    At St. Wilfrid’s and St. Michael’s Church’s, North Warwickshire, we see it as our duty and obligation to protect ALL extremely seriously.

    We follow the Church of England’s national, robust procedures and guidelines, we have also adopted the national policy ‘Promoting A Safer Church 2017’, which is reviewed annually by our PCC.

    If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter, then you can find information in our Safeguarding section by using the button below, or see the full Diocese information at www.dioceseofcoventry.org/safeguarding

    Alternatively, please speak with a member of the Clergy or our Parish Safeguarding Officer at St. Wilfrid’s or St. Michael’s Church’s.