What’s On


Scroll down for a list of upcoming services and events.

St Mary’s holds services around three times a month. We have two main types of service. The first is Holy Communion, in which we share bread and wine, following the example of Jesus. The second is Morning Worship, which is a more informal service. We also have extra services to mark special times in our communities and the church year. At all of our services we read the Bible, pray and sing hymns. After the service we often share tea and coffee.

Everyone is welcome at our services, whether you usually go to church or not. We love including new people. Most people who come live locally, but some travel a significant distance to be with us.

Despite being a Medieval building, you will be delighted to hear that the church has both heating and a toilet!

We also have social events throughout the year. These are also open to everyone, not just people who come to services. We hope that these help people from our villages to get to know each other better.

The services and social events that are coming up are listed below.

 

What’s On

  • Sun
    06
    Aug
    2017
    11:00 amSt Felix Church, Felixkirk

    There is no service at Leake today, as we are supporting Felixkirk at their annual Lammas service. This is a service at which we ask for God's blessing on the harvest and share communion with a loaf baked with the first wheat of the year.

  • Sun
    13
    Aug
    2017
    11:00 amSt Mary's Church Leake

    This service is less formal and is designed to be accessible for all ages. All are welcome.

  • Sun
    20
    Aug
    2017
    9:00 amSt Mary's Church Leake

    Do join us for one of our regular services of Holy Communion.

  • Sun
    03
    Sep
    2017
    11:00 amSt Mary's Church Leake

    All our welcome as we share bread and wine as Jesus told us to do.

  • Sun
    10
    Sep
    2017
    10:30 amKnayton Village Hall

    The latest in our highly successful series of informal Cafe Church services in our village halls. All welcome.