Prayer and Worship

We will be putting information and links here to help us pray and worship during the COVID-19 pandemic when our normal worship gatherings are suspended.

Local phone number
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You can still find the sermons from our most recent services here

7th Sunday of Easter

We are now in the ten day period from Ascension Day to Pentecost. This is a time when the church prays particularly for the coming of the Kingdom of God and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We are joining in the global wave of prayer movement Thy Kingdom Come (clicking on this will take you to the website where you can find more resources to support your prayer).

This week we reach the last section of 1 Peter, reminding ourselves that the suffering Christians experience as we seek to walk the way of the cross is part of the spiritual battle we are engaged in.

Tim Pullen (our Rector) is leading and Karen Hanford (our curate)  preaching.

7th Sunday of Easter (Order of Service)

Our worship service is below.

Online resources and apps

You may wish to use one of the following:

Prayer and worship

You can follow the pattern of Daily Prayer page here or download one of the following apps from the App Store or Google Play:

  • Daily Prayer
  • Time to Pray from the C of E
  • Sunday Worship
  • LiveLent
  • Lectio365

Previous sermons from St Leonard's can be found on the Sermons page on this website.

Bible Reading

You might also find one of the following helpful:

Bible in One Year : you can sign up to a daily email from here or download the app.
BibleGateway : provides access to a wide range of bible versions and reading plans and has an app you can download.
YouVersion : is another of the most widely used Bible apps available to download on a range of devices and software platforms. There is a Bible App for Kids too.

Remembering a loved one

Please remember the families and friends of those who have died recently

  • Paul Hobson
  • David Wilson
  • Heather Karkut
  • Carol Jenkins
  • Geoffrey Smith

Sadly, during this very difficult time, some of us will be unable to attend funeral services for those we have known and loved. We hope to be able to conduct memorial or thanksgiving services in the future for those whose funerals have to be restricted to immediate family only.

In the meantime you may find it helpful to light a candle and pray here