The National Day of Reflection – which takes place on the third anniversary of the first COVID lockdown – will be marked at the Cathedral through ‘trees of remembrance’ and the chance to light candles.
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News and Communications
The newly announced next Bishop of Huddersfield, the Revd Canon Smitha Prasadam, spent a busy first day in the diocese on Wednesday, March 8.
The Revd Canon Smitha Prasadam, currently Chaplain of St Albans, Copenhagen, will take up the role of Bishop of Huddersfield, Downing Street announced this morning.
Our diocesan interns spent some time this week learning about why and how we care for God’s creation.
People from across Halifax gathered this week to celebrate the life of Alice Mahon, former MP for Halifax, who died recently.
John Bell of the Iona Community leads a joyful day of song at St Alkelda's, Giggleswick
The Church of England is providing a range of resources to help churches and parishes to mark the Coronation of King Charles III, an historic moment in the life of our nation.
Services have taken place across the diocese marking the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as people continue to pray for peace and justice in the region.
Two people from the Diocese of Leeds were part of a meeting of Anglicans from around the world when they a meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) in Ghana last week.
One year on from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Bishop of Leeds, the Rt Revd Nick Baines, has written powerfully reflecting on the last year and the path ahead.