While the history of the Christ Church Lye can be traced back to 1813 that's pretty much the only historical thing about us.


Our church was a gift to the people of Lye and today we are trying to continue that tradition by blessing our community with the love of God  and the good news about Jesus Christ.


We meet for worship every Sunday at 10-30 am.  Our usual service is a modern form of Holy Communion using Common Worship.  Families are welcome and there is a group for children aged 3-11 that runs during the service. 


There is also an informal discussion based evening service   at 6-30 Pm



Monday August 22nd – Friday August 26th

A week for the community at Christ Church

·       Open Door café 11 am – 5pm

·       Children’s club 3-4pm

·       Litter clearing 10-30 am

·       Art project and crafts

·       Prayer on the street – God hears

·       The Jesus Film - Wednesday and Thursday 7-30 pm (Wednesday night in Romanian/miercuri seara in romana)



Lion Club  


Lion Club parent/carer  and toddler group meets every Wednesday in school term time from 10 am to 12 noon. There are toys, craft activities for children and a singing and story time. 



A journey begins with a single step.

Mirror, Mirror

When you look in the mirror you see what you look like.  God also sees who you can be ...

Jesus means ...

As a name 'Jesus' means 'God Saves' - just in case you didn't understand what he is trying to do.

Coming Along ...

To come to this church you do not need to be perfect.  Just willing to admit your not and probably never will be.


We take the protection and safety of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.  All people in the church who work with children youth or vulnerable adults have been checked with the national Disclosure and Barring Service.  


If you have any concerns about safeguarding and would like to talk to someone here are some useful phone numbers -


Vicar          Rev Simon Falshaw                01384 423142

Parish Safeguarding Officers    Liz Shaw and Carol Smith    01384 422 823

Diocesan Safeguarding Officer      Hilary Higton       07495 060 869

Childline          0800  1111

Age Concern UK        0800 678 1602