Ordinands across the diocese are getting ready to begin their ministry this summer.
- 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
Passers-by in Skipton could be forgiven for thinking Spiderman was in town recently as nimble figure clambered over the roof of Christ Church and abseiled down the church tower.
How we can get involved in our communities better is the topic of an upcoming joint event in the diocese.
Meeting Point, the charity based at Christ Church, Upper Armley, is celebrating 20 years of helping refugees and asylum seekers in the Leeds area.
Parishes across the diocese are joining in with this year’s Churches Count on Nature, an annual “wildlife census” for the nation’s churchyards.
People in Brownhill recently had the chance to learn more about caring for God’s creation, thanks to a Green Aware morning.
This summer local cyclists will be invited to make a pedal pilgrimage from either Ripon Cathedral to Bradford Cathedral, or Bradford Cathedral to Wakefield Cathedral, as part of this year’s national ‘Cathedrals Cycle Route’.
Faith and dedication at St Mary’s, Embsay with Eastby, have earned it the first Gold Eco Church award in our diocese.
Thy Kingdom Come, the global ecumenical prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension Day to Pentecost, starts tomorrow.
Parishioners are celebrating the restoration of their much-loved church clock dating from the Victorian era following a £7,000 restoration project.