Thought the year there are a
number of different groups. Previously we have used the Emmaus
Course and studied individual books of the Bible.
Our study groups help us to have a better understanding of
faith, and how our Christian faith helps us in our everyday
please see What's On
For further information
For Christians, prayer is a
vital and exciting part of their lives, whether it is shared in
public worship or in private. We bring God our praise and
thanksgiving as well as praying for worldwide, local or personal
needs. The Parish Prayer Fellowship encourages us all to pray
more and to explore wider experiences in small groups to provide
essential support for the Church's mission. Regular articles in
the monthly parish magazine highlight different aspects of
In conjunction with Churches
Together in Penwortham, St Leonard's participates in a Community Food
Bank. The Bank, open from April 5th 2013, runs once a week on a
Friday from 9.30 am to 12noon at Kingsford Community Centre.
Callers will need a referral to be able to receive a food
Referrals can be organised at the food centre, please drop in
and talk to one of the volunteers.
Donations of non perishable
food are always welcome and can be taken to any Church in the
Penwortham Area. We also need volunteers to assist with the
running of the Bank.
For further information
On Tuesday 6 March at 2:30pm our speaker is
whose talk is entitled 'Policing'. Peter has
served many years in
the Specials Branch of Policing, so do come
along, this is sure to
be an interesting insight to Police work.
On Saturday 10 March we will be making up
bunches of flowers
to give out to the congregation on Mothering
Sunday, 11 March.
The Yeomen of the Guard
Singers as well as stage hands, seamstresses or refreshment
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be in such a
warm and friendly group, then why not come along to a rehearsal
on a Friday evening, 7:30pm in the St Leonard's Church Hall?
Or contact our secretary David on 01772 728817.
Our rehearsals are every Friday evening
Singing is good for you. It regulates your heartbeat,
steadies your breathing and helps regulate activity in the
brain's vagus nerve, which is linked to emotions and
communications with others. Research at the University of
Gothenburg has found that singing can improve health by forcing
participants to adopt a calm and regular breathing pattern,
which helps the heart. On that note...the organist and Choir
would warmly welcome you to participate in, or simply spectate
at, Thursday evening choir sessions. The Choir meets every week
in Church from 6.30pm until 7.45pm to prepare music for the next
Sunday's Sung Eucharist, Choral Evensongs and other special
services. There's also a lot of laughter! There is no audition
for membership and no one is made to sing solo, the emphasis
really is on fun. And if you don't want to sing, just come and
watch the rehearsals and enjoy the music. If you have a
favourite hymn or piece of music, why not suggest it?
Leonard's Church Choir (under the direction of Organist &
Choirmaster David Cookson) sings at the 10am Sung Eucharist and
Family Service each Sunday, and at Choral Evensong (6pm on the
1st Sunday of each month).
Children's Choir (aged 7-15) practises from 6pm to 7pm every
Thursday in Church. Our Youngsters-and-Adults Choir
(aged 16+) join the Children's Choir Practice at 6:30pm, and
continue until 7:45pm.
members of our choir are always welcome - just come along to one
of our practices. You may email David Cookson
) or telephone/text him on 07721 677831 beforehand, if you'd
like any further information before joining our ranks!
St. Leonard’s Gilbert and Sullivan Group
are looking for backstage helpers
for their next production in WeMay 2018
“The Yeomen of the Guard”
Stage hands, seamstresses or refreshment
If you have ever wondered what it would be
to be in such a warm and friendly group,
why not come along to a rehearsal on a Friday
7:30pm in the St Leonard's Church Hall?
Or contact our secretary David on 01772
Our rehearsals are every Friday evening,
|Come and join us at
Messy Church, on the first Saturday of the month between
10am-12noon, everyone is very welcome!
It includes a host of
activities centred on a Bible story or a Biblical theme,
followed by a short talk, appropriate for all ages, to
consolidate the message of the theme for the day and
some food! Come and learn about our faith through
We explore and learn about Jesus
through crafts, activities, games, Play, music, puppets
and there is always something to eat!
. We get through lots of paint, glue,
paper of all sorts, sequins, glitter, ribbon, water,
cakes, and biscuits.
We also have an annual BBQ in July!
Both adults and children enjoy getting messy! Our themes
have included Messy Good Friday,
Messy Christmas and the story of
Jericho which includes tumbling walls and lots of noise!
Some of our craft work is displayed and used in our
worship particularly at the Family Eucharist
on the second Sunday of the month.
Come and join in our worship to celebrate God's love for
us and to have lots of fun and fellowship at the same
Messy Church is open to everyone.