A wormery, a woodturner and organic wines were among the stalls at a Community Green Fair that brought some 300 people to one of our churches on Saturday.
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Services of joyful celebration have been held at Bradford Cathedral as we ordained this year’s class of new deacons.
Twenty-four deacons were ordained priests this weekend at services across the diocese.
Refugee Week is this week, and to celebrate St George’s Crypt are taking part in the Sunflower Project, organised by Leeds City Museum.
Brother Magnus, a Franciscan Friar who attends All Hallows Leeds, is bidding farewell to his luxuriant locks to raise funds for its Rainbow Junktion charity that tackles food poverty, fights food waste and builds community.
A parishioner from one of our Leeds area churches is walking a ‘Pathway to Parliament’ to raise funds and awareness for a charity supporting those with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.
A fresh and modern take on the Crucifixion is being shared with people in the Leeds area, thanks to St Martin’s Potternewton.
Children and staff at Bramley St Peter's Primary School have been immersed in the story of Easter this week, thanks to a dramatic Story Trail at their church.
Leaders of Chapeltown and Harehills Churches Together have come together to help tackle and reduce violent crime in Leeds with the installation of two specialist weapons disposal bins.
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.