Facilities and features

Accessibility

We have a disabled access toilet.

We have a designated baby changing facility.

We have a toilet which is accessible in a wheelcahir.

Autism or Asperger Aware / Accessible

The entance to church is flat from the roadside into church.

A hearing induction loop is in use at all of our services.

Large print service booklets and newsletters are available.

We welcome assitance dogs.


Our Building

We are proud to have not 1 but 3 Kempe windows.

We have an ECO Church group which meets monthly.
We have recently gained the Silver Award.


Music and Worship

We have very good acoustics and the space is available for hire for choirs etc.

The Organ is a 2 manual tracker action made by Brindley and Foster of Sheffield somewhere between 1854 and 1910 when St Leonard’s Church had the north aisle extension done, due to the pit being sunk and the increase in congregation with the mine workers. There are some 1,000 pipes and a further 638 in the swell box. The organ used to be worked manually by bellows but this only happens on rare occasions now when the electrics play up.

Our services are taken from the book of Common Prayer


Groups, Courses and Activities

Thursday and Friday 10am to 11.30am

This takes place bi monthly. See events for update to occurance.

Lennys is our parent/carer and toddler coffee morning. This takes place every Monday from 10.30to noon.


Help for Visitors

Free wifi

There are several different leaflets / books about the history of the church.

Thursday and Friday 10am to 11.30am


Other Features

We support the local Salvation Army foodbank

All of our service are projected on to a large screen.

We embrace Fairtrade items and buy such items where applicable to do so.