Ministry & Mission

Together in Faith - the Diocesan Lay Conference

Together in Faith is a unique opportunity for lay people throughout the Diocese of Leeds to come together to learn, share and be inspired. Some 1700 active and motivated lay church members will meet on Saturday 9th June at the Harrogate Convention Centre. They will hear from a range of stimulating speakers and learn of the latest plans for the diocese to support and encourage lay people. Every participant should leave refreshed, renewed and affirmed in their efforts to live out their faith in their parishes, schools and workplaces.  The Booking period has been extended until May 8th - so visit the Lay Conference page and book now! http://www.leeds.anglican.org/lay-conference  

Andy Raine reads latest poems

Writer, dancer, and a founder member of the Northumbria Community, Andy Raine, will read from his latest collection of poems The Places of the House that John Built - a cycle of 31 poems designed to take the listener on a journey starting in Nazareth and crossing the desert to the Celtic, in the small chapel to the two Northumbrian saints, St Aidan and St Oswald in Trinity Church, Ossett on Friday 4 May at 7.30pm 

Training in social media as part of a national digital campaign

Website and Facebook users from nearly forty churches and cathedrals across the Diocese of Leeds have been learning how to make the most of social media as part of a Church of England campaign to encourage the church to make the most of Facebook, twitter and Instagram. It's part of a  national campaign to train people  from 500 parishes before the July General Synod. On of the leaders of the course is  Amaris Cole, Digital Content and Communications Manager for the Church of England and Tallie Proud, the Church of England’s Digital Media Officer. who explains why in this 30 second video clip. 
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