Our current COVID precautions

To reduce the risk of spreading Coronavirus we continue to recommend that you wear a face covering if you can. Communion is once again available as both bread and wine, although if you wish to receive only the bread this is your choice and is still considered to be full communion by the Church of England.

We suggest that you continue to take precautions such as taking regular rapid lateral flow tests, keeping your distance, and being respectful of the wishes of others. You’ll still need to sanitise your hands as you enter the building, and avoid handshakes during the Peace.

If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, remember that you must self-isolate and get a PCR test. As always, we will continue to stream all our services live on our website and YouTube channel, as well as make them available to listen to later by phone or podcast.

Leeds Lent Prayer Diary

A resource for bringing people together in prayer for the City of Leeds during Lent, providing Christians with a daily focus to pray for current needs. Each day of the diary features a different project working to bring positive change to the city of Leeds through mission, social action, education, arts, and more. Entries are written by the projects themselves and provide an update on their work along with specific prayer requests.

Choral Evensong sung by the Girls’ Choir of Bradford Cathedral

Today at 4.30 pm

The liturgy of Evensong is taken from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. It is renowned for the beauty and richness of its language including Myles Coverdale’s translation of the psalms. The service includes hymns, readings, a sermon and prayers. The choristers sing the Psalm, the Magnificat, the Nunc Dimittis and an Anthem.

This week we’re thrilled to welcome the Girls’ Choir of Bradford Cathedral, who will be singing the service. Please note the earlier than usual start time of 4.30 pm.

Thank God It’s Friday

This Friday 11 February at 6.30 pm

A space away from the working week, a chance to unwind and meet with other people. The bar’s open and you’re welcome to bring some food to cook yourself or order a takeaway. Come and join us for as little or as long as you like.

Messy Church

Sunday 13 February at 4.00 pm

Worship for all ages – starting with cake and a drink, some activities around this week’s theme, and finishing up with a short, informal act of worship in the church.

Join us after the service for refreshments

You are warmly invited to join us after the service for refreshments in our Community Centre.

We recommend you wear a face covering whilst moving around the building if you are able.

The Church family

For your prayers

The sick

  • Pat Hyde
  • Ginny Camponi
  • Tom Heaphy
  • Alan Cross
  • Christine Oates
  • Jeff Blowers
  • Sharon Clarke
  • David Grice
  • Beryl Laverick
  • Shane Simpson
  • Alec Plowman

Those in long-term care

  • Mary Metcalfe
  • Doreen Haw
  • Margaret Burton
  • George Brown
  • Jennifer Moad
  • Mavis Cross

Recently departed

  • Jean Webster

Anniversary of death

  • Margaret Lamb
  • Dennis Gudgeon
  • Fred Sandham
  • Doreen Culpan
  • Kenneth Stark
  • William Blair