The Burning Bush - The emblem of the Church of Scotland
A symbol of eternal life and of God's power and faithfulness
to his people.
We are part of God's world wide family.
The card above is placed on every pew in St Leonard's Church. Inside is written:
Please feel free to take this card away
The Very Rev Dr Alan D McDonald
The Manse, 1 Cairnhill Gardens St Andrews
Donaldson Gardens, St Andrews KY16 9DN
Monday 9 am - 12 noon
Tuesday - Friday 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Tel / Fax: 01334 478702
St Andrews: St Leonard's Parish Church of Scotland Congregation: Scottish Charity No SC013586
welcome you to St Leonard's especially if this is your first visit,
or the first time in a long time.
Morning Worship is held here every Sunday at 11.15 am
(St Leonard's is linked to Cameron Parish Church,
where morning service is held at 9.45 am).
This congregation can trace its roots in St Andrews back to 1199.
St Leonard's was connected to a Hospice for those on pilgrimage in the
Middle Ages. The history of the congregation was then associated with
the University until 1904, when St Leonard's moved to its present site.
This building was designed by the Scots architect McGregor Chalmers.
If you would like any information about the life of St Leonard's
congregation today, please contact the Minister.
when the children enter the church for the end of the service.
There is a creche every Sunday where parents can leave their younger children
in the care of helpers if they wish.
How to contact us
Enquiries should be made through the Church Secretary, Christine, Tel. & Fax 01334 478702.
By post to: The Secretary's Office, St Leonards Church, Donaldson Gardens, St Andrews, KY16 9DN, Scotland or, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (or just click on this link)
Christine in the Church office
Roll of Honour
Each Remembrance Sunday at the beginning of the morning service, the minister reads out the names of each member who fell in both wars.
How do I get to St Leonard's? A rough map on a separate page will guide you there. Click on 'Map' below.
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