Holy Saviour Church is situated in the centre of Westbury Leigh: the 'village' that stretches from Westbury westwards towards Dilton Marsh. The church is part of the Parish of Westbury.
The church is a 19th century mellow stone building that has been transformed into a multi-purpose community hall that meets a wide range of local needs.
The chancel of the church is preserved for regular Christian worship. However, by folding back a screen the entire church might be used for larger services. What was the nave of the original design is now a large modern hall. There is a fully equipped kitchen, along with toilets and facilities for the disabled. Above the kitchen is an upstairs meeting room, which is carpetted, spacious and quite atmospheric.