Facilities and features
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A toilet is available within the church building. the toilet is wheelchair friendly.
Baby change facilities can be found within the toilet area.
Our toilet is accessible to all.
There is a ramp from the road into the churchyard for those with wheelchairs or walkers, and then unrestricted access into the church.
A new sound system has been recently installed. It includes a hearing loop and there is a the facility to reproduce recorded music. In addition there is a provision to enable services and music to be relayed to outside.
In normal circumstances the church is open daily between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm. However, during the current Coronavirus Pandemic, Government and Diocesan regulations do not permit this.
St Mary the Virgin Church is a Grade A listed building due to its historic nature. The history exhibition in the Leigh Chapel is worth a visit if you are interested in historic churches.
Music and Worship
A dedicated team of Bell Ringers practise at Stoneleigh Church and ring the bells every Sunday morning. For details on how to get involved contact Jackie, our administrator.
The Stoneleigh Male Voice Choir, Stoneleigh Ladies' Choir, and others perform concerts in the church throughout the year. Please see the events page for details of upcoming concerts.
All our main services are accompanied by our organist Mr. Ron Binnie on the splendid Nicholson Organ.
For the All-age Worship Service, normally held on the second Sunday of the month, we revert to the piano.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Once a month on the second Monday of the month from 10am to 12 noon. Drop in as suits you. Regrettably the Toddlers Group is temporarily suspended but it is hoped that it will be re-started as soon as possible.
Help for Visitors
To arrange a guided tour please contact Jackie our administrator.
Leaflets, guidebooks and a children's leaflet are all available inside the church.
The Stoneleigh History Society run a history area inside the Leigh Chapel.
There is a kitchen at the rear of the church and visitors are welcome to make themselves a drink with the refreshments available.
In normal circumstances the church is open daily between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm. However, during the current Coronavirus Pandemic, Government and Diocesan regulations do not permit this.The Church is open 10am to 4pm every day.