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 Our Church building is OPEN for public worship on most Sundays now - See below for details.

All safety rules will be followed social distancing by using only alternate pews and with hand sanitising as we enter and leave. There will be no singing but we will be together as Mark leads our worship.

We also want to  YOU to ENJOY quiet time and individual prayer now that the building can be open for that.

Please CONTACT Roger and Liz Hillman on 01793 762935 who will arrange with you a time for the building to be OPEN when you can be quiet and safe

        SERVICES-are still being being streamed ON-LINE--- Go to Facebook and search ' Stratton Team Ministry 'and look for Live transmission at 10am or catch up on video. Sunday at 10.0am Rev Mark Tidey will be leading the recorded worship from one of the church buildings in the team

Family Services are also now on-line- If you or your family sometimes join in with these please contact Liz Hillman 01793 762935 -she will explain how this works.


St Leonard's church
St Leonard's Church
Stanton Fitzwarren
Swindon
Wiltshire

Sunday services:   PUBLIC WORSHIP in the church building resumed ON SUNDAY 5th July at 9.30 am---The church building WILL  be open for private prayer but not regularly on Wednesdays as usual but by arrangement with Liz and Roger Hillman at any safe time to suit you- PLEASE remember to follow guidelines to treat hands and stay 2 metres apart ( see above )

To let you know that our new Vicar is Rev. Elveen Mead has been appointed as the new Priest in charge of the Stratton Team Ministry-of which we are part- 

We love to welcome old friends , visitors, and newcomers to our services Now IT IS SAFE to do so

The building is accessible to wheelchair users.

Toilets in the hotel next door are currently available and so is parking allowed in the hotel carpark

Everyone is welcome to join our worship Please follow the covid19 guidelines

The building is heated with over head and under pew heaters during winter services, but warm clothing is still needed for comfort in cold weather.

Coronavirus-Covid-19 :- We are following government and Church of England advice carefully - this  means OUR CHURCH BUILDINGS is now OPEN-for services and for private prayer -see above, clergy may broadcast from them  by obeying strict hygiene rules. Everyone will be  welcome now rules allow but do follow advice and do not come if you or anyone close has symptoms

Services and Times 2020

Sunday 6th September

:Morning Worship -with social distancing and no singing


 9.30

Family service is usually on the 2nd Sunday each month-remember warm clothes in winter
Sunday 13th September
 Family Service - Come and join in -  We held an open air service in the Churchyard  This was a success so it is planned to be outside on September 13th for 'Climate and Creation .If the weather forecast is bad we will be ON_LINE contact Liz Hillman for details--we welcome everyone from every family
11am

Family Morning Worship-Remains ON-LINE usually an informal and lively service suitable for and involving children-- but they still need warm clothes ( and quiet toys for the few grown up bits)In normal  times this service started with  sharing cake tea/coffee or squash. we invite you to do this in your own home and join in as you feel comfortable.
Sunday 20 September
Morning Worship -with social distancing and music but no singing
9.30
Sunday 27th September
Morning Worship -with social distancing and music but  no singing
9.30
Sunday 30st August Morning Worship -with social distancing and music but no singing 9.30

October2020 Services :- DUE TO CORONAVIRUS -Details may change                   1st Sunday (4th)Morning Worship- 2nd Sunday(11th)Family Service 'Family Harvest' in the churchyard if weather permits-- contact Liz Hillman for details   -we welcome everybody from every  family 3rd Sunday(18th) Morning Worship- 4th Sunday(25th) Morning Worship- followed by APCM    no 5th Sunday










































































































































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modern language and a warm welcome.

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