As we celebrate Easter, Revd Canon Hilary Barber, Vicar of Halifax Minster, has reflected on his Lent journey, which this year took him into the heart of public discourse.
- Bishop Arun
- Bishop Nick
- Bishop Smitha
- Bishop Toby
- Bishop Tony
- Children and Young People
- Church Buildings
- Church Growth
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- Living in Love and Faith
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- Mothers Union
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News and Communications
Joyful celebrations of Jesus’ resurrection have taken place this Easter weekend across the diocese.
Good Friday was marked by a mini pilgrimage through stunning Dales scenery by walkers from the churches of Gargrave, Coniston Cold and Kirkby Malham.
Hundreds of clergy and lay people gathered in Wakefield Cathedral on Maundy Thursday, April 6, to renew their vows and commitment to God.
We are called to be ‘agents of hope, delight and joy’ this Easter, said Bishop Nick in his Easter message to the diocese.
The first ever Diocese of Leeds Interns reunion was held recently, allowing interns from the last five years to gather and enjoy fellowship together.
Hordes of people gathered in Skipton to watch or take part in the town’s Palm Sunday Procession.
A fresh and modern take on the Crucifixion is being shared with people in the Leeds area, thanks to St Martin’s Potternewton.
A national event encouraging young adults to explore God’s call on their lives has taken place in part thanks to the hard work of our diocesan Vocations Team.
Some 300 people of different faiths came together for the first ever community Iftar to held in Barnoldswick in our Ripon Episcopal Area.