Our diocesan overseas links, our 2024 budget, our Barnabas work and more were all discussed at the most recent meeting of Diocesan Synod.
- Bishop Anna
- 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
- Social engagement
News and Communications
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 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.
New resources to help our churches pray for Sudan have been shared with churches across the diocese.
As the crisis in Sudan continues, one of our Bradford area churches is holding a prayer vigil.
Christians in Sudan are fleeing the fighting as the imperfect ceasefire holds in Sudan.
A short service will be held at Bradford Cathedral on Tuesday, April 25 at 5:30pm to offer prayers to those caught up in the conflict that has erupted in Sudan over the last week.
Christians across our diocese are being urged to pray and fast for Sudan as the conflict continues.
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.
Eating together is an important part of building Christian relationships, and one of our Huddersfield churches has been using this to help deepen links with their sister church in Tanzania.