Holy Saviour, Westbury Leigh is a Grade II listed building constructed in 1876. The church is situated in the centre of Westbury Leigh, a ‘village’ that stretches westwards from Westbury towards Dilton Marsh. It is part of the Parish of Westbury.
You can find us at BA13 3SQ
Sunday worship usually takes place on the 1st and3rd Sunday of the month at 11.00am.
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The congregation have recently introduced a more informal ‘Praise and Worship’ service on the first Sunday of the month. The service includes singing, bible readings and a short talk. There is no communion and it’s a great way to find out more about being a Christian in a relaxed environment.
The congregation is small and friendly and always happy to welcome new faces! We normally enter through the small door on the right of the building rather than the main porch.
An exciting and ground breaking initiative saw the church transformed in 2000 by the joint efforts of the Parish and a newly formed community group. The Parish retain the chancel of the church and this is preserved for regular Christian worship. The refurbished nave of the church is a community hall complete with toilets, kitchen and meeting room. However, by folding back a screen the entire church can be used for larger services.
The hall is now used by a wide range of local residents and has become an important and very active centre for the community