We welcome you to join us on Sunday 3rd March at at 8am for our Holy Communion (BCP) service and at 9.30am for our Holy Communion (CW) service. Readings at 8am will be Ephesians 5.1-14 and Luke 11.14-28 and at 9.30am Exodus 20.1-17 and John 2.13-22.

Services in March

Sunday March 10th – Mothering Sunday

9.30am Family Worship – ‘The Prodigal Son’

Sunday March 17th

8am Holy Communion (BCP)

9.30am Holy Communion (CW)

Sunday March 24th – Palm Sunday

9.30am Palm Sunday Service

Monday March 25th

7.30pm Holy Communion (CW) followed by stripping of the altar

Friday March 29th – Good Friday

10am Ante Communion

Sunday March 31st – Easter Day

8am Holy Communion (BCP)

9.30am Family Holy Communion (CW)

Upcoming Events

The Christians in the Forest Lent Course will be ‘Living Faith – Invitations from the Cross’ by Krish Kandiah and will commence on Tuesday 20th February at St Leonard’s Church at 7.15pm for 7.30pm. There will be six weekly Tuesday meetings which will alternate between St Leonard’s Church and The Methodist Church, Woodhouse Eaves. For further information go to the website Bible Study page under Church Life or contact garyhlee87@gmail.com

March 1st is The World Day of Prayer and this year we shall be hosting a service at St Leonard’s Church at 2pm on Friday 1st March. The service has been written by the women of Palestine so what they have to say to us will be both relevant and interesting at this time. Do come along – the service is open to everyone.

About us:
We are a small Anglican Church in the Leicestershire village of Swithland. Men, women and children have gathered at the historic Church of St Leonard’s for hundreds of years to worship the risen Lord Jesus Christ. We seek to serve the Kingdom of God and the people of Swithland & nearby villages. We would love to welcome you to join us. Our services vary in style and content and you can find more information about this under the worship tab on the menu.

Recent News:

  • Vocations Day
    Being called by God doesn’t always lead to ordained ministry. There are so many ways to live out your faith in the life and mission of the church and wider community. If you feel God’s calling you to be or do something, then you might find an answer at the Diocese of Leicester’s forthcoming Vocations […]
  • Thank You Jeff
    Jeff Harrison recently made the difficult decision to step down from his role as Server at St Leonard’s Church. Jeff has served at the altar for fifty-one years and has been instrumental in preserving the tradition of our 8am Book of Common Prayer service throughout this time. He first felt the call to this ministry […]
  • St Leonard’s Angel Festival
    St Leonard’s Angel Festival was a great success with a constant flow of visitors over the three days – including over 100 schoolchildren from St Leonard’s Primary School who excitedly searched for their angels and were treated to the story of the Angel Gabriel visiting Mary. Our thanks to St Leonard’s Primary School and very […]