The parishes of Leverstock Green, Apsley End and Bennetts End were joined in 1980 to form the Team parish of Chambersbury. Each of the three churches maintained their own Vicars, and a Rector was created who had overall responsibility for the entire parish. Initially there were three full-time stipendiary clergy, aided by several Assistant Clergy. Although the stipendiary clergy had responsibility for one of the parish's churches, all members of the team could officiate at any of the three churches, though each tended to have an alliance to the church which they would regularly attend. (See extracts below from Parish Magazines.)
Until 2003 the Rector and the post of Vicar of Leverstock Green were synonymous. It was then decided that other members of the clergy team could apply for the position of Rector, and if one of the other team Vicars was appointed Leverstock Green's Vicar would be just another member of the clergy team. David Lawson, Vicar of St. Mary's Apsley, successfully applied for the position of Rector of Chambersbury following the resignation of Rev. David Parry when he took up another appointment to a parish in Oxford following his appointment of his wife The Revd Dr Marilyn Parry,as Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Canon Residentiary of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.
A new Vicar of Leverstock Green, Revd. Simon Patmore, was eventually appointed after a long Interregnum.
In 2009 the parish of Chambersbury joined with Kings Langley to form the new Benifice of Langeli. The three districts resumed Parish status once more, along with Kings Langley. Leverstock Green, Bennetts End, Apsley & King Langley now being the four parishes within the benefice. David Lawson was appointed the Rector of the new Benefice.