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You might want to know something about our Mission Group ..

Planning is now well underway for the next Mission event - to follow the 
Helen Shapiro and Fiona Castle appearances.
Watch here for further details..
Want to know more ?

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Or you can 'like' us on Facebook, at 
The Benefice Mission Group

or follow this link for their own page on this web

Listen to Today's Devotional Reading


Position vacant

Mrs. Philippa Halagan

Church Office,
19, Church Road,

01562 730 777
e-mail link:
Please use these details to make initial contact regarding Baptisms & Marriages.

St. Leonard's Church, Clent, forms part of a United Benefice with Holy Trinity, Belbroughton and St. Mark's, Fairfield.
St. Leonard's Church is open for private prayer throughout the day - 8am to 8pm - throughout the year.
Bibles are available for you to read and study. The weekly Collect and Gospel reading are shown on our free 'Update' letter which is available in church, and there is the monthly magazine (donation requested).  
We have a Visitors' Book by the font for you to sign and leave comments.

The building is Disabled-friendly (on two levels - retaining the original Norman design)  using an access pathway from Vine Lane (to the left in the photograph).
Access to a Disabled-adapted Toilet (at altar level) is made available during service times..

Collect for the week - Trinity Sunday 
(the prayer which all Church of England congregations pray during this week)

Click here for the Collect

featuring - Rio-de-Janeiro (from an unusual angle) - as the background

Parish Intercessions:

Holy God, faithful and unchanging: enlarge our minds with the knowledge of your truth, 
and draw us more deeply into the mystery of your love, 
that we may truly worship you, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.

This week our Congregation think particularly about those living in Mount Lane,

and they remember especially ~

Jamie; Ken Lees; Sally Barker; Albert Adams; 
Sue Carpenter; Maggie Latham and Fred Bowditch
Robert Harbun, June Pearcehouse and Jamie Crowe.

Lord in your Mercy ~ Hear our Prayer
And let our cry come unto Thee

Click below to see these texts
and hear them being read to you

Scripture Reading(s)
for this week  _
(New International Version bible)

First Reading   Isaiah 40:12-17, 27-31        

NIV - page - 724

Second Reading   2 Corinthians 13.11-13

NIV - page - 1166

GOSPEL Reading   Matthew 28:16 - 20      

 NIV - page - 1000

[YEAR A of readings in the Revised Common Lectionary.]

The period of TRINITY SUNDAY

has the 'colours'   _   WHITE & GOLD  

* This means that the robes of the priest (Vestments) and the cloths which dress the Altar are of this particular colour.

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Sunday 15th Worship 4 All
Fathers' Day
10:00 Church
Monday 16th Bishop's Certificate course 19:30 Benefice Office
Tuesday 17th Bible Study group 19:30 Benefice Office
Wednesday 18th Spoken Communion 10:00 Church
Thursday 19th Junior Choir  18:30 Church
Saturday 21st BIG Family Festival 14:00 Clent School
Saturday 21st Celebration of Reader Ministry 14:30 Cathedral
Sunday 22nd Communion + Confirmation 10:00 St. James the Great, Blakedown


Last Updated:June 15, 2014