Mission Church Bomere Heath

The Parish of Leaton has a population in the region of 2,000 and has centres of worship in the Parish Church of Holy Trinity and in the Mission Church in the village of Bomere Heath, which is the main centre of population. 

The churches work closely with the Methodist and Presbyterian chapels in Bomere Heath. 

The worship offered at the Mission church each Sunday alternates between Eucharistic and Morning Prayer.

Churchwarden:  Pat Hall                        01939 290637

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Welcoming newcomers

For a number of years people who move into the Bomere Heath area have been greeted with a gift of bread and wine from Leaton parish.  David Fletcher does this ministry, and you could help by letting him know of people moving in.  Ring 01939 290455.

Morning Prayer

On Mondays (not Bank holidays) and Thursdays a simple service of Morning Prayer is held at 8.30 am in the Mission Church at Bomere Heath, lasting about half an hour. You are welcome to join this quiet occasion of time with God at the start of the day.

Messy Church

Messy church is an informal way of doing church that is open to people of all ages. It started in Spring 2018 in Bomere Heath school, and then moved to the Mission church when a classroom was no longer available because of the school expanding. The move has been successful, and many young families are finding fun and fellowship through craft activities, stories, song and sharing food together - butties, chips and cake! This all takes place each half-term, on a Friday afternoon after school. Speak to our curate Hannah Lins if you'd like to know more 07736 012011.