All Saints, Brington
St. Lawrence, Bythorn
The church of St. Lawrence, Bythorn consists of a chancel, with north chapel, nave, north aisle, south aisle, west tower and south porch. It has an unusual truncated spire with a copper capping. The church is not mentioned in the Doomsday survey (1086), but there was a stone church on … Continue reading
St. Leonard, Catworth
St. John the Baptist, Keyston
St. Marys, Leighton Bromswold
St. Peter, Molesworth
St. Swithin, Old Weston
There is worship somewhere in the Benefice every Sunday, with a variety of styles including Holy Communion, morning prayer, family services and a monthly sung evensong. Please click below for the full service pattern for this month.
The Benefice has strong links with Brington C of E Primary School, and Messy Church takes place there on Saturdays twice a term. Click for more details...
There are a wide variety of events held within the Benefice, including concerts, craft exhibitions and social gatherings. Please click below for full details of forthcoming events.
||Welcome to the website for the Benefice of West Leightonstone, a group of seven rural parishes nestling in the beautiful rolling country side of west Cambridgeshire.
As you will see, the site is still under construction and we're learning how to use it! We hope to soon have lots of information about our wonderful medieval churches and their history, and what's going on around the parishes. Meanwhile the service pattern is already up and running, alongside my regular monthly articles.
Rev. Brenda Stewart, Rector