In accordance with Government guidelines, St Leonard’s will be open for private prayer between 10am and 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays from next Saturday, 7th November to enable those who wish to participate in individual prayer to visit. We ask that you wear a face covering and ensure that social distancing of 2 metres between individuals or those from separate households is adhered to. Please also use the hand sanitiser provided upon entering the church and follow the signage arrows.
Should you feel unwell may we ask that you leave visiting the Church until you feel back to normal health. Please note that the lavatory is not available for use at this present time.
We are very fortunate that Revd Dan Richards will be continuing with his online services of worship and these can be accessed through the Bruton St Mary’s website and YouTube – https://www.stmarysbruton.org.
The timing of these services can be a bit variable but they are usually available by 11am on Sundays, however this Sunday will be different since he is hoping that the Act of Remembrance in Bruton churchyard will be broadcast live from 10.50am. These services are recorded and can therefore be accessed at any time.
Despite the Church being closed, Philip Pidsley (Churchwarden) or Carole Wyatt (PCC Secretary) will be happy to help with any queries you may have. Philip can be contacted on 01749813842 email: email@example.com and Carole on 01963 350222 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that it won’t be too long before we can return to our socially distancing services of worship at St Leonard’s Church again but in the meantime please take care and stay safe through the lockdown.