Welcome to our lovely village church, located in School Close BA14 6LU, just off Main Street behind the school and Talboys.
The Rectory, Union Street, Trowbridge BA14 8RU
Parish Administrator at Church Office | St James’ Trowbridge & St Leonard’s Keevil | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 07795 129 511
If you wish to speak to a member of the Clergy or have a general enquiry, please contact one of the Churchwardens who will be pleased to help, or call the Parish Office on 01225 350647 email email@example.com – the contact at The Rectory is Dilys Beckett.
St Leonard’s Churchwardens: Gill Gosling 870553 | Debbie Meatyard 828226
St Leonard’s has been Interregnum since Revd Dr Rob Thomas retired last year, however, pastoral care is still important to us. If you or someone you know is unwell, lonely or perhaps would just appreciate a friendly chat over a cup of tea, please contact Churchwardens Debbie or Gill – we have a variety of people we can ask to visit.
Our new Rector Jake Eggertsen will start in September 2022. He and his family are expected to move to Trowbridge in the summer prior to his licensing to the benefice in a service in St James on the afternoon of Sunday 11 September which will be led the new Bishop of Salisbury, Rt Rev Stephen Lake. Jake is the curate at St Paul’s Banbury where he has served since July 2019.
Before training for the ministry at Oak Hill College he was a history teacher for four years at King’s School in Bruton. Nicola is an English teacher currently working part-time for Bible Counselling UK, and they have a family of three daughters. Jake says that they are immensely excited by the opportunity to participate in the Lord’s work at St James’ and St Leonard’s in this next season of the benefice’s life.
Please see church website for current list of services and other information – also the St Leonard’s listing on A Church Near You. Details of PCC Meetings and other Church events here.
Church Electoral Roll
Every sixth year a completely new Church Electoral Roll is prepared: this last took place in 2019.
In an Electorall Roll year, Pat Bartholomew (the Electoral Roll Officer) will circulate forms to those people already on the Roll but if your name is not on the current Roll and you would like to be included please get in touch and she can let you have an application form.
To apply, below is a brief outline of eligibility, but if you require further information please let Pat know.
- You will need to be baptized and aged 16 or over (those who become 16 during the next 12 months may complete the form, and become eligible to be entered on the Roll on their sixteenth birthday).
- You should be a member of the Church of England (or of a Church in communion with the Church of England) and a resident in the Parish.
- OR Be a member of the Church of England (or of a Church in communion with the Church of England) and, not being resident in the parish, have habitually attended public worship in the parish during the period of six months prior to enrolment.
- OR Be a member in good standing of a Church (not in communion with the Church of England) which subscribes to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity and also declare yourself to be a member of the Church of England and have habitually attended public worship in the parish during the period of six months prior to enrolment.