Clent Parish Church

St.   Leonard’s   is   a   pretty,   rural   church,   set   below   the   south   flank   of Clent and Walton Hills, in the north of the county of Worcestershire. We    are    part    of    the    Stourbridge    Deanery    of    churches.    Clent    was formerly   part   of   the   United   Benefice   of   Clent   &   Belbroughton   with Fairfield.     Recent     re-organisation     affiliates     St.     Leonard     with     the neighbouring   churches   of   St.   John   and   St.   Saviour   in   Hagley,   all   under the     guidance     of     Rev.     Richard     Newton      (who     is     presently     on Sabbatical leave). We meet for worship every Sunday morning. July: First Sunday 3rd July 10:00am Worship4All   (St. Thomas) In this Service we will commemorate the centenary anniversary of the Battle of the Somme - 1st July to 18th November 1916 Second Sunday 10th July 9:30am Communion   Trinity 7 Third Sunday 17th July 9:30am Communion   (St. Kenelm) Fourth Sunday 24th July 11:15am Worship4All   Trinity 9 This service will be held in the Parish Hall and will be followed by the ‘Summer Salad’ lunch (Please indicate if you will be attending for catering purposes) Fifth Sunday 31st July 10:30am Communion   Trinity 10 This will be a service for our rural group of churches and will be hosted at St. James, Churchill. We would be delighted if you would join us. St.   Leonard’s   has   an   ‘open-door’   policy   and   so   is   open   to   all   from 8 am to 8 pm - for private prayer and personal contemplation. Bibles (New International Version) are in all pews.   A   weekly   ‘Update’   (free)   and   the   monthly   Parish   Magazine   (modest charge) are available within the building. Many   ramblers   over   the   Clent   Hills   enjoy   a   break   and   respite   on   the premises .. “Come   unto   me   all   who   travail   and   are   heavy laden, and I will refresh you .. .. “ Our address: St. Leonard’s Square, Church Avenue, Clent. Our postcode: DY9 9PN       Google map of our location Please note: there is no access off the A491 dual-carriageway. You will need to use the (old) Bromsgrove Road. The    grounds    and    building    (and    toilet)    accommodate Disabled   Access   -   though   the   interior   is   on   two   distinct levels and requires re-location via the outside. Made with Xara
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Clent Parish Church

St.   Leonard’s   is   a   pretty,   rural   church,   set   below   the   south   flank   of Clent     and     Walton     Hills,     in     the     north     of     the     county     of Worcestershire. We   are   part   of   the   Stourbridge   Deanery   of   churches.   Clent   was formerly   part   of   the   United   Benefice   of   Clent   &   Belbroughton   with Fairfield.    Recent    re-organisation    affiliates    St.    Leonard    with    the neighbouring   churches   of   St.   John   and   St.   Saviour   in   Hagley,   all under   the   guidance   of   Rev.   Richard   Newton    (who   is   presently   on Sabbatical leave). We meet for worship every Sunday morning. July: First Sunday 3rd July 10:00am Worship4All   (St. Thomas) In this Service we will commemorate the centenary anniversary of the Battle of the Somme - 1st July to 18th November 1916 Second Sunday 10th July 9:30am Communion   Trinity 7 Third Sunday 17th July 9:30am Communion   (St. Kenelm) Fourth Sunday 24th July 11:15am Worship4All   Trinity 9 This service will be held in the Parish Hall and will be followed by the ‘Summer Salad’ lunch (Please indicate if you will be attending for catering purposes) Fifth Sunday 31st July 10:30am Communion   Trinity 10 This will be a service for our rural group of churches and will be hosted at St. James, Churchill. We would be delighted if you would join us. St.   Leonard’s   has   an   ‘open-door’   policy   and   so   is   open   to   all   from 8 am to 8 pm - for private prayer and personal contemplation. Bibles (New International Version) are in all pews.   A    weekly    ‘Update’    (free)    and    the    monthly    Parish    Magazine (modest charge) are available within the building. Many   ramblers   over   the   Clent   Hills   enjoy   a   break   and   respite   on the premises .. “Come   unto   me   all   who   travail   and   are heavy laden, and I will refresh you .. .. “ Our address: St. Leonard’s Square, Church Avenue, Clent. Our postcode: DY9 9PN       Google map of our location Please note: there is no access off the A491 dual-carriageway. You will need to use the (old) Bromsgrove Road. The   grounds   and   building   (and   toilet)   accommodate Disabled   Access   -   though   the   interior   is   on   two   distinct levels and requires re-location via the outside. Made with Xara
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