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St Mary’s is a friendly Anglican church situated in the heart of East Leake, where we are trying to make the Good News of Jesus known to all. Each Sunday we have two main services: 9:15am: Traditional Anglican Communion with hymns and a choir. This friendly service of village worship has a prayerful focus on the Eucharist, Bible teaching which is short but meaningful, and hymns to inspire. On the fourth Sunday of the month we use the beautiful language of the original prayer book. 10:30am: Contemporary Morning Worship. The service starts with tea and coffee. There’s an area for toddlers to play and a children’s group during the service. Worship gets underway around 10:45am. The Bible teaching is vibrant, faithful and relevant to life today. There’s an opportunity to be prayed for at the end of the service. Holy Communion is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of the month. People at St Mary’s are from a range of ages and backgrounds, and whether you’re a lifelong worshipper or are just curious about faith, we’d love to welcome you. Throughout the week, there is lots going on with home groups, youth work, a coffee morning and much more. Why not check out what’s happening this month and come along? The church is open every day so do drop in, enjoy the beautiful building, and be open to encountering the living God.


PALM SUNDAY DONKEY SERVICE AND PROCESSION – 14th April, starting from the Rectory

(3, Bateman Rd), East Leake at 3.45pm.

Other special Easter Services are listed on the Services page.


Monday 15th April – Holy Week Compline, 8.00pm.



Monday 15th to Wednesday 17th April, 9.15am-12.00noon.

St Mary’s Church and St Mary’s Church Hall.

For primary age children (5-11yrs) this fun Easter time of games, craft, cooking, music and fun discovering the Bible’s story of King David.


We are excited to launch the MoS Eagles, an indoor cricket team that will play in the weekly league at Bar Lane. The vision of MoS Eagles is: – to build community amongst local Christians – to create regular openings to share our lives and faiths with people we play with and against – to give a platform to model principles of Pray, Play and Say in our involvement in sport. For further information, please contact Colin Knight: 01509 853655 / 07552 160505



As we approach a time of joyful celebration in the Church calendar we ask if you might consider doing something for international relations…making a small but significant contribution towards greater understanding worldwide.

HOST’s mission is to give a welcome to international students in British homes for friendship and cultural exchange. Our volunteer hosts can offer hospitality for one day (daytime only) or three days and two nights at the weekend.

Please consider becoming one of our volunteer hosts. We operate all year round and would very much welcome you to join us.
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