Thursday, 12 October 2017


The Open meeting of Churches Together in Lees and District is next Tuesday, 17th October, 7.30 pm at Zion Methodist Church. All are welcome to join us.

Sunday, 3 September 2017

Salem Moravians

Salem Moravians - welcome to new Minister
Thursday 7th September at 7 pm




Ministers and congregations from members of Churches Together in Lees and District are invited to join Salem Moravians at a service to welcome their new Minister, Martin Smith. The service starts at 7 pm on Thursday 7th September, and there will be refreshments afterwards. 


Sunday, 30 July 2017

The Great Leesfield Parish Boundary Walk 2017

Saturday 12th August 10 am to 3 pm

Starting from the car park at the end of Station Road, Grotton




Please join us as we walk the Leesfield Parish Boundary. Our parish includes or is adjacent to all of the areas served by the churches in Lees and District, so everyone is warmly invited to join us.

The whole walk is about 9 miles, but it can be split into sections so you don't have to do it all to join in the event and enjoy the companionship of walking together. Easier routes are available which use minor roads and footpaths to avoid fields, mud, steps and cattle, but there will still be some steep inclines on some sections. 

More details of the walk and how to join in can be found on the Leesfield Parish website Leesfield Parish


Sunday, 4 June 2017

Pentecost


David, Bishop of Manchester joined St John the Baptist, Hey's walk to Leesfield and took a reading at the service there.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Whit Sunday Processions and Joint Service for Pentecost

Churches Together in Lees and District

Joint Service to celebrate Pentecost

Sunday 4th June at 12 noon

St Thomas' Church, West Street, Lees




Please see the information provided by each Church for details of the processions into Lees

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Explore St Thomas' Church

Saturday 27th May, 10.30 am to 1 pm


St Thomas' Church will be open on Saturday 27th May to allow people to explore the rich heritage and symbolism of our wonderful church building, using the recently published Guide book.

The event is open to all, members of the local community who may have wondered what the inside of the church is like, visitors from further afield, and of course our own congregation members who may have been attending church for many years without ever having the opportunity to really look at all the historic detail.

We welcome visitors with limited mobility. There are a few shallow steps to access the building, but we have movable ramps and will provide assistance as required. Once inside the building most of it is accessible with help, with the exception of the tower, ringing room and gallery, but lots of photos of these areas are available. There is also an accessible WC.

Light refreshments will be available, and there will be knowledgeable people on hand to guide you around the church and answer any questions which you may have.

The guide book is on sale at £2.50 per copy, but don't worry if you are unable to or prefer not to purchase one, someone will gladly show you around.  

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Christian Aid Week 14th to 20th May 2017




In addition to our usual house-to-house collections around Lees village this year, St Thomas' Church is hosting a Big Brekkie to raise funds for Christian Aid.

The breakfast will be from 9 am to 11 am on Thursday 18th May.

We will be having bacon butties, beans on toast, toast & jam, tea, coffee and juice.

Tickets are £5 adults, £2 children, and are available from St Thomas' Church, or comment on this post for further details.

All are most welcome to join us for a lovely breakfast as we raise funds for Christian Aid.