Church Life

We have various clubs and activities taking place regularly, making this church not just a place of worship, but a real community resource.

Friday lunches are served weekly from October to March.

Coffee mornings for our various church groups raise neccessary funds. Tea and coffee is provided for everyone after Sunday morning services.

Sports Interests include a large and successful Curling Club, a golf section and a weekly badminton afternoon in the Hall.
The Flower Committee keeps the church decorated every Sunday and weekly flowers go to deserving members and families. 

SINGING FOR FUN Choir has held it's own,and we continue to see new faces regularly.  The numbers attending these monthly  "fun" evenings average about 25, almost as many men as women, and include a good few non- St. Leonard's members. The purpose of these evenings is to let people sing a great variety of songs which they know, and they are very welcome to suggest their own favourites to be sung.

So much has been said recently about how much music, and in particular singing, gives people a great sense of well- being, and I have to say at the end of our hour's get-together everyone leaves with a smile and feeling better than when they arrived ( so they say).

We meet in the Church Hall once a month from September to June on a Thursday at 7pm. The words are projected onto to a screen for all to see.  You do not have to be a "singer" or be able to read music.

A warm welcome is extended to all.

Morag Walton(Musical Director ).

 

The refurbished Church Halls are used extensively by outside organisations which include bridge clubs, keep fit classes and dance groups.

The gardens surrounding the church add to the welcoming ambience, that is a trademark of St Leonards.

Our famous wooden carvings beneath the Chancel Window