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Wakefield Street Angels looking for new volunteers

First published on: 12th December 2022

Wakefield Street Angels are looking for new volunteers to help keep people in Wakefield safe in the evenings.

Steeton church donations enable children to connect with creation

First published on: 8th December 2022

Flower seeds, bulbs and gardening equipment have been helping young people connect with nature, thanks to donations to a local children’s organisation by members of St Stephen’s with Eastburn in Steeton, Keighley.

Christmas trees dazzle visitors at Halifax Minster

First published on: 6th December 2022

Christmas trees filled Halifax Minster, as its annual festival attracts hundreds of visitors through its doors.

Leeds City Parish welcomes its new rector

First published on: 5th December 2022

The new Rector of Leeds City Parish, the Revd Canon Paul Maybury, has been officially welcomed to the city at an Inauguration Service held at Leeds Minster (on Sunday, December 4).

Bishop Stephen Race consecrated as Bishop of Beverley

First published on: 2nd December 2022

The Rt Reverend Stephen Race has been consecrated as the new Bishop of Beverley.

St George's share Christmas story with primary children from across Leeds

First published on: 2nd December 2022

Primary school children form across the Leeds area have been learning more about the Christmas story this Advent.

Revd Canon Dr Mark Powley appointed as Archbishop’s Mission Enabler for North

First published on: 1st December 2022

The Revd Canon Dr Mark Powley, currently the Principal at St Hild College, has been appointed as the Archbishop’s Mission Enabler for the North.

Top national award for one of our headteachers

First published on: 30th November 2022

A headteacher at one of our primary schools has been named Headteacher of the Year in the prestigious Pearson National Teaching Awards.

Christmas fair raises an amazing £38,500 thanks to volunteers

First published on: 30th November 2022

Hundreds of turkey sandwiches were served with tea, coffee and mulled wine to visitors who flocked to the Ripon Cathedral Christmas Gift and Food Fair.

Warm welcome for people struggling with cost of living

First published on: 29th November 2022

In response to the cost of living crisis, churches across our diocese have begun to open their doors to the public as Warm Spaces.

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