BUILT ON PRAYER AND WORSHIP
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SUPPORTING PEOPLE WORLDWIDE
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SHARING LIFE’S BIG MOMENTS
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SAFEGUARDING THE VULNERABLE
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PLEASED TO MEET YOU
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GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT
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PART OF THE COMMUNITY
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PART OF CHURCHES TOGETHER
Click below to find information about the local Churches Together in Kenilworth and District group and our ecumenical services and eventsCLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE
KEEPING YOU UP TO DATE
All Saints’ Church has been a place of prayer, worship and service for hundreds of years
Although little is known with certainty of the origin of the parish of Leek Wootton nor the earlier buildings on this site, there are many parts of our history that are known and which offer clues. The current building dates back to 1792, but parish registers go back to 1581 and our list of clergy back to 1316. One of our bells in the tower dates back to 1360.
You can find out more about in the ‘Our History’ section – and can browse through the Parish Registers right up to 2015. Please contact the Vicar if you want to see more recent entries.Discover more about our/your history
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Parish Registers are now available
Parish Safeguarding Officer
Coordinator for Church Cleaning Team Volunteers
Electoral Roll Officer
Parish Magazine Co-Editor
PCC Co-Treasurer and Parish Magazine Co-Editor
Childrens’ Advocate and Rota Coordinator
Children’s Work Coordinator
PCC Member and Cathedral Link
Reader & Churchwarden
Coordinator for Flower Arranging Team Volunteers
Join us Online via Zoom
Most Sundays, our 10am services are also livestreamed
for others to join us online via Zoom.
This works for the MOSAIC group for children too.
On Monday-Friday mornings (8.30 – 8.50am) and
Monday/Wednesday evenings (8.45 – 9.00pm),
you can join us for Morning Prayer or Compline online.
Just below the button, the Order of Service for Sunday is normally available to download from Saturday evening. Press the >> symbol and select Download from the options displayed.
Click on the button below to join the current service.
The channel opens a minute or two before the start midweek,
and normally about 15 minutes before the start on Sundays.
All our email addresses conclude ‘@leekwoottonchurch.co.uk’
For general enquiries, please use the ‘admin@’ address
To contact the Vicar, please use the ‘vicar@’ address
For Safeguarding issues, please use the ‘pso@’ address
For financial matters, please use the ‘treasurer@’ address
The Vicar, Jim Perryman, works part-time so please do not try and contact by phone
on Tuesday, Thursday or Friday.
At other times, please phone the Vicarage – 01926 850610.
There is an answerphone for leaving a message if no one is available to take your call.
You can also use the contact form below.
Prayer and Worship
General Service Pattern
First Sunday of each month
8.45am Holy Communion (Traditional Language) 10.00am All Age Worship
Second and Fourth Sunday of each month
10.00am Holy Communion with MOSAIC [Group for Children aged 2 – 12] (Contemporary Language)
Third Sunday of each month
8.45am Holy Communion (Traditional Language) (March – September only)
10.00am All Age Worship ‘Faith and Life’
(This service will often have a speaker to testify about the impact their faith has on their daily life and/or work. Normally we will sing more contemporary songs to recorded music at this service).
Fifth Sunday of each month
10.00am All Age Worship
Wednesdays following the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month
10.30am Holy Communion (Contemporary Language)
These services are normally held at the back section of the church
We normally hold special services during the year for Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Eve, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
There may also be Sunday Evening events linked to the Churches Together in Kenilworth and District group which are hosted at All Saints.
Our HARVEST FESTIVAL is normally held on the first Sunday of October
Prayer for the Community
Each morning at Morning Prayers, and at services on Sunday, we especially prayer for those in different roads or areas of our parish.
We are always pleased to receive specific prayer requests from people within our parish or church community.
Our prayer rota for April is:
Monday, 2 May: Woodcote Lane; Tuesday, 3 May: Woodcote Drive and Police HQ; Wednesday, 4 May: Quarry Close; Thursday, 5 May: Quarry Fields; Friday, 6 May: Waller Close; Weekend, 7/8 May: Hill Wootton; Monday, 9 May: Village Hall, Sports Club and Recreation Ground; Tuesday, 10 May: Church Members beyond the Parish Boundaries ; Wednesday, 11 May: Chesford Grange; Thursday, 12 May: Guys Cliffe; Friday, 13 May: Woodloes Lane; Weekend, 14/15 May: Goodrest; Monday, 16 May: North Woodloes & Warwick Road sth; Tuesday, 17 May: The Hayes Apts., Deansway, The Cedars & Warwickshire Club; Wednesday, 18 May: Warwick Road (School to top of village); Thursday, 19 May: Wootton Grange; Friday, 20 May: Wilkshire Road; Weekend, 21/22 May: The Elms; Monday, 23 May: Church Lane; Tuesday, 24 May: Home Farm; Wednesday, 25 May: Hill Wootton Road; Thursday, 26 May: The Hamlet; Friday, 27 May: The Meadows; Weekend, 28/29 May: Tidmarsh Road; Monday, 30 May: Croft Road; Tuesday, 31 May: Woodcote Lane;