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All Saints, Leamington Hastings

part of leam Valley Churches

 

We are All Saints Church, the parish church of Leamington Hastings in the beautiful Leam Valley, just to the south of Rugby. Leamington Hastings Parish also includes the Church of the Good Shepherd in Broadwell and the hamlets of Hill and Kites Hardwick.

 

We are a small and friendly congregation who would be delighted to welcome you to one of our services. We offer a variety of worship services, including those for families, and are here for the great celebrations in life such as weddings and baptisms. We can also support you in life's difficult times, for funerals and bereavements. 

All Saints Leamington Hastings is also a way-station on the national Via Beata project, a major trail of Christian art works across the country. 

 

With St Mark's Church in Flecknoe, St Peter's Church in Grandborough and St Nicholas Church in Willoughby, together we make up the Leam Valley Churches.

Upcoming services

5th June, 11am: Holy Communion

19th June, 9am: Holy Communion

3rd July, 11am: Holy Communion

Watch the latest from Rev Phil

Watch Rev Phil's latest sermon on the Draycote and Leam Valley YouTube Channel

weddings

Are you looking for a stunning location for your church wedding?

 

Our church is in a lovely location in Warwickshire for your wedding, adding a touch of ancient splendour and gravitas to your special day. 

leamington Hastings

Church of England Academy

We are very lucky to have an excellent Infant School in our parish. 

 

Leamington Hastings Academy is a small infant school and nursery within easy reach of Rugby, Daventry, Southam and Coventry, offering extended care from 7:45 AM to 6:00 PM.

 

It offers nursery places to children from the age of 2 years 9 months and school places to children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

safeguarding

Leam Valley Churches takes safeguarding very seriously. You can access our safeguarding policy here

 

Anyone with concerns should contact Rachael Astley, our safeguarding officer, on 01926 812994, Rev Phil Price on 01788 819366 or a churchwarden (contact details available here). Alternatively, the Diocesan Safeguarding Team can be contacted on 024 7652 1345.

If the matter is urgent, please call the Police on 999.

 

If your concern is less urgent but still important, you can contact Social Services:

  • 01926 410410 (for concerns about a child)

  • 01926 412080 (for concerns about an adult)

  • 01926 886922 (for concerns outside office hours)