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Church Langley Church & Community Centre
Minton Lane, Church Langley, Harlow, CM17 9TH

www.churchlangleychurch.org
Services
  • Sep 20th, 10:00 am - (No Service)
  • Sep 27th, 10:00 am - (No Service)

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Ministers with Pastoral Charge

In Vacancy — Anglican
Reverend Alison Taylor — Baptist

Due to the current Covid19 virus situation and following advice from the Church of England and the Baptist Association we have decided to suspend all Sunday Services, Thursday morning communion, Coffee Stop and small groups for the time being. The position will remain under regular review and as soon as practicable we will let you know when services will restart.

Meeting together to worship is part of our Christian life and so resources are being developed to enable us to continue to share together even though we may be the only one in the room. We hope there will be more news on this soon.

About Us

A church in Church Langley? Really? It may not be immediately evident, but there is one!

If you're looking for a traditional stone building with a tower, bells, and all the trimmings, you won't find us though. Our main weekly meeting is on Sunday mornings, when we gather in the Community Association building at the far end of Tesco's car park in order to praise and worship our Lord.

Church Langley Church is a family church, catering for the people of Church Langley and beyond. We are also an ecumenical church, with members drawn from four different Christian denominations — Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and the United Reformed Church, providing a variety in tradition which is reflected in our Sunday worship.

But we are one body, one fellowship, one church. We all meet together in one service on a Sunday and share one aim — to be one united church for the people of Church Langley. Our church is open to people of any denomination or none (and no, you don't have to live in Church Langley!).

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