We meet together to worship God, to hear the Bible explained, and to enjoy fellowship with each other.

Sunday 8th August: Pastor Jonathan Cannon will be speaking at our ‘in person’ Morning Services (9.30am and 11.15am) and John Mollitt (Guest Speaker) will be speaking at our ‘in person’ Evening Service (4.30pm). Only our 9.30am and 4.30pm services will be live-streamed.

We now have two distinct seating areas in all services. The front half of the church will have a reduced form of social distancing. The back half of the church will have more distance between seats and will be for those who want to take more active risk mitigation measures. 

Booking via Eventbrite is only required if you wish to reserve a seat or seats in the more socially distanced area at the back of the church. Otherwise you can simply turn up at church on Sunday.

  • Sign up for our ‘in person’ 9.30AM Sunday Morning Service on Sunday 8th August with Children’s Church.
  • Sign up for our ‘in person’ 11.15AM Sunday Morning Service on Sunday 8th August.
  • Sign up for our ‘in person’ 4.30PM Sunday Evening Service on Sunday 8th August.

We meet together to worship God, to hear the Bible explained, and to enjoy fellowship with each other. Most of us live in North West Leeds, but others travel from Bradford, North East Leeds and Central/South Leeds. There are also good local bus services.

Around 200 people regularly attend our Sunday services. We have Bible teaching and prayers at each service. We sing a mix of traditional hymns and contemporary worship songs, led by musicians playing on a variety of instruments. Above all, we try to make our services straightforward, relevant to everyday life, and faithful to God’s Word, the Bible.

The main sermons are recorded and many are available to download.

The first part of the morning service is enjoyed by children and people of all ages. The children then leave for their own special meetings in Children’s Church (Explorers for children aged 4 to Year 2 and Pioneers for Year 3 to Year 6) while those remaining in the main service listen to the sermon. The evening service is similar in format, although there is no children’s talk, crèche or Sunday School. Coffee would normally served after both services, and this is a valuable time to chat informally.