Please see church website for current list of services and other information – also the St Leonard’s listing on A Church Near You.

A busy Breakfast morning…
BREAKFAST IN CHURCH: SATURDAY 11th February, 9.00-11.00am

Come and enjoy a lovely Bacon Butty or a Sausage Bap with a cup of tea or coffee, enjoy a catch-up with neighbours, only £3.00. Its great that as a community, we get so much more from our village church – this isn’t a service and there aren’t any hymns, just good conversation with friends over a butty in the beautiful surroundings of the lovely St Leonards. No need to book, just come along.

(all money raised goes to the St Leonard’s Church Restoration Fund).

COVID SAFETY MEASURES
  • If you know that you have COVID, or you have COVID symptoms, then please do not attend Church services
  • Face coverings are no longer mandatory, but masks are available just inside the door, should you prefer to wear a mask
  • Please use hand sanitiser as you enter and exit the Church
  • Socially distanced seats are available if you prefer to sit away from people outside your family group/bubble
THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL (PCC) of St Leonard’s, Keevil

The 2022 Annual Parochial Church Meeting took place in Church on Sunday 24 April at around 10.15am, following the Morning Service. All were welcome to attend the Service, and stay on afterwards for the Annual Meeting.

To explain, this is two meetings! The first is a meeting of parishioners to elect the Churchwardens. Please note that nominations for the office of Churchwarden must be handed in writing to Gill Gosling before the meeting. Under the Churchwardens’ Measure, nominations cannot be accepted from the floor of the meeting.

The second is the Annual Church Meeting. To vote at the Annual Church Meeting your name must be on the Church Electoral Roll. If you need to check the Roll, please speak to Pat Bartholomew. This is an important meeting when we review the past year and consider the future plans.

Gill Gosling and Debbie Meatyard, Churchwardens

PCC Minutes

Photographs of Christmas 2020 church flowers by Rachel Howe