All Saints Church (Leonberg)
At the end of the 15th century there was already a votive chapel on the site of today's church, which Kornmüller built as a thank you for a herd of cattle that was found again.
After that stood there from 1658 to 1660 a wooden chapel with attached Klause , lived in the known by name to 1803 consecutively ten recluse, three of which have their final resting place in the church.
The All Saints Church, which has been renovated several times, is a side church of the Wernersreuth parish, where Sunday services are held every fortnight from May to October.
- Detlef Knipping, Gabriele Raßhofer: Tirschenreuth district (= Bavarian State Office for Monument Preservation [Hrsg.]: Monuments in Bavaria . Volume III.45 ). Karl M. Lipp Verlag, Lindenberg im Allgäu 2000, ISBN 3-87490-579-9 .