We welcome you to join us on Sunday Sunday 21st April at 8am for our Holy Communion (BCP) Service and at 9.30am for our Holy Communion (CW) Service. Readings will be from 1 Peter 2.19-25, John 10.11-16, and Acts 3.12-19.

Services in April

Sunday 28th April

9.30am Sunday Xtra with Bishop Saju the Bishop of Loughborough

Upcoming Events


The Christians in the Forest Spring and Summer Course is a study of the three letters written by John. These studies will begin on Tuesday 16th April at 7.15pm here at St Leonard’s For further information go to the website Bible Study page under Church Life or contact garyhlee87@gmail.com

St. Leonard’s Church Annual Bluebell Service will take place on Sunday 5th May at 3.00pm at the Great Pit in Swithland Woods (What3words reference bolts.hedge.tips) The Choir will be joined by The Kibworth Brass Band.

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:

  • Annual Parochial Church Meeting
    Following our Holy Communion Service at 9.30am on this coming Sunday 7th April, we shall holding ourANNUAL PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL MEETINGstarting at (or shortly after) 10.30am At the meeting parishioners will appoint churchwardens and elect three members of the church to serve on St Leonard’s Parochial Church Council (PCC). We will receive the Annual Report […]
  • April LINK
    We are looking forward to our Easter Service here at St Leonard’s and also to the blooming of the bluebells in the Swithland Woods, just like those pictured on the front cover of the April LINK. The magazine is now being distributed to Swithland residents and copies are available to collect from the Church porch […]
  • 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 […]