nuneaton church

Welcome from Wayne Farmer, pastor of Nuneaton Congregation & Nuneaton Pastor Leadership Team 

All are welcome to share with us at Nuneaton.  We offer a safe place, for all ages where we can meet together for worship, for fellowship and for fun.  As a church family, we share in loving support centred around the message and mission of Jesus which fosters peace and justice and promotes communities of love, hope and joy.

You can find us at

Whittleford Road, Stockingford, Nuneaton, CV10 9JD. Our church is opposite Whittleford garage. We meet for worship each Sunday at 4.30pm, please check before making a journey

How can I get in touch? 

Please email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact us on social media at Nuneaton Community of Christ

Is your church accessible?

There is level access into the church and we have a toilet which is accessible in a wheelchair

What do I do when I arrive?

There is a drive at the side of the church leading to a car park at the rear of the building. From the car park, signs will direct you around the back of the building to the left to the main entrance. If walking to church the path leads directly to the main entrance which is on the right side of the building.

What should I wear? 

Whatever you feel comfortable in, smart or casual, formal or informal. Everyone is welcome just as they are.

Are there activities for my children/family at your church? 

Children are welcome at all of our activities and worship.  We hold regular worship services with a focus on the family with a more inclusive, informal experience. We meet at 4.30pm each Sunday but please check before making a journey. We hold weekly activities for children and youth during term time - Peacemakers for school ages from reception to Year 6 and Tweens for School Years 7 and upwards. Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details.

What are your worships like?

We offer a range of different worship experiences, sometimes traditional, sometimes informal and often somewhere in-between. Most worships are based on scripture, the sacraments or special occasions.  We share together in song, prayer, reflection, testimony and sharing together a message of the love, hope, joy and peace of Jesus Christ. We have a bring and share tea following our worships to have that opportunity to catch up sharing joys and concerns 

What other activities can I join in at your church? 

You are invited to join us at our coffee mornings, youth groups, women's groups, scripture, sharing, discussion time, come for fun (coffee, games and chats) come for fun work mornings, community choir (just to enjoy singing together an eclectic mix), social events, BBQs, spud & pud nights, quiz & film nights. 

We encounter God through the sacraments of the church which touch lives at important times and places. We offer the sacraments of marriage for all people, ordination, the blessing of children, laying on of hands for the sick, evangelist blessing, baptism, confirmation, the Lords Supper (open communion) and funeral services. To engage with our wider church community please check out our events page on this website for dates for cluster worships and planned activities. These include youth camps, family camps, congregation and work weekends etc, along with the opportunity to study, learn and take part in the decision making of our church in the British Isles.





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