Welcome to St Leonard's, Wollaton
We are a Christian community that offers a warm welcome to all, whatever age or stage of faith you are at. We aim to encourage everyone who joins us to discover that being a follower of Jesus Christ is the most wonderfully fulfilling way to live a life transformed with hope and purpose.
Christians have been worshipping at St Leonard’s since the early 13th century; witnessing down the centuries to God’s love for his world. If you're interested, you can find out more about the history of St Leonard's. We would love to see you become a part of this living history and join us as we learn together how to play our part in God’s purposes in the 21st century.
You will find us on Wollaton Road just up the road from Wollaton Park, adjacent to The Admiral Rodney pub - Find Us
Phone: 0115 837 2420
Questions about faith? Want to know more about who this Jesus is? Wondering about the meaning of life?
Then come to Alpha online. Everyone is welcome.
The next Alpha begins on Wednesday 7th October at 7.30pm via Zoom.
COVID-19 (Updated September 15th)
All are welcome to join us at 10am on Sunday mornings for our main online worship gathering via Zoom or find us on our YouTube channel. Please contact the Parish Office for information on how to join by Zoom.
We also hold a short worship service at 4pm on Sundays in St Leonard's. Again anyone is welcome to attend, but due to COVID-19 restrictions we can only accommodate up to 40 people, so we ask you to contact the Parish office to let us know you would like to come. You will need to bring and wear a face mask.
St Leonard's is open for individual prayer on Thursday mornings from 10-12noon. You are very welcome to come and pray, or simply enjoy some quiet time for reflection in the building. Please wear a face mask and follow the guidance on the noticeboard at the entrance to the church building.
St. Leonard's Community Centre remains closed at the present time.
St Leonard's Support Group can offer practical support for urgent needs (e,g, getting limited food shopping or collecting medication). If you have a particular need yourself or identify someone else in need in the community please get in touch by phone or email.
Further information about our response to COVID-19, about Foodbanks and resources related to looking after the wellbeing of ourselves and others can be found here
Our Annual Church Meeting will be held at 12noon on 27th September. We can only accommodate up to 40 people in the church building so we are also planning to use Zoom to allow online access. Our 2019 Annual Report and Financial Statements can be found here. Please contact us if you would like to attend the meeting in person or via Zoom and if you require a paper copy of the reports.