We are a small and welcoming group of Anglicans and Methodists who live and worship together in a local ecumenical partnership at Loundsley Green Church. There are two ministers, one Anglican and one Methodist who share pastoral responsibility for the parish and the church.
Our main Sunday service is at 9.45 am. Holy Communion is celebrated twice a month on the first and second Sunday mornings, and on other Sundays there are Services of the Word which include hymns/songs, Bible readings, prayers and a sermon. On the fifth Sunday, when there is one, our Worship group leads the service.
There is also a Tuesday morning Communion service at 9.30am and occasional evening services too - see the church Facebook page for details.
The Anglican church building, the Church of the Ascension, had been built as the church hall for the new Loundsley Green Estate and opened its doors in September 1964. It closed its doors as a place of worship just before Pentecost 2010 when the two church congregations joined together in one building, the former Methodist church, now known simply as Loundsley Green Church. The Anglican building is now leased and run by the Loundsley Green Community Trust for the benefit of local residents.