How we can care for and use our churchyards and green spaces effectively is the topic of an upcoming one day conference hosted by the Diocese of Leeds and Ecclesiastical.
- Bishop Arun
- Bishop Nick
- Bishop Smitha
- Bishop Toby
- Bishop Tony
- Children and Young People
- Church Buildings
- Church Growth
- Lay Training
- Living in Love and Faith
- Ministry & Mission
- Mothers Union
- Overseas links
- Saving creation
News and Communications
Volunteers from across Wensley Deanery came together over the Bank Holiday weekend to bring The Church about the Dale to the Wensleydale Agricultural Show in Leyburn, in the Benefice of Leyburn and Bellerby.
The great efforts of Lay-Canon Arthur Mauya in nurturing our diocesan link with the Anglican Church in the Mara Region of Tanzania for 27 years will be praised at an official “thank you” next month.
A warm diocesan welcome will be given to the new Bishop of Huddersfield at an upcoming service at Halifax Minster.
How to compose the perfect compost, an expert talk on sustainable living and a children’s craft session based around St Francis of Assisi are all parts of a new Green Fair at one of our churches next month.
The Anglican Diocese of Leeds has issued the following statement regarding violence against Christians in Pakistan:
Brave folk in Blubberhouses who worship outdoors throughout August were blessed with beautiful weather on Sunday.
Churches that are vulnerable to hate crime now have another three weeks to apply for Government funding to install security measures.
A youth pilgrimage to one of England’s holiest sites saw 13 youngsters from our diocese travel to Walsingham this month.
A recent celebration of a meaningful link between two sister parishes – one in the Calder Valley and one in Tanzania – was full of joy, prayer and personal reflections.