Churches Together in Chapel Allerton and Meanwood are:


St. Matthew's Church, Chapel Allerton Methodist Church (read about our covenant), Holy Trinity Meanwood, Stainbeck United Reformed Church (read about InterACT), Meanwood Valley Baptist Church, The Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, now joined with St. Paul's in the Parish of St. John Mary Vianney and Chapel Allerton Baptist Church (read about their Fair Trade shop) and
Meanwood Methodist Church


Our purpose is to unite in acknowledging God’s revelation in Christ, confess the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour according to the Scriptures, and in obedience to God’s will and in the power of the Holy Spirit commit ourselves to seek a deepening of our communion with Christ and one another in the Church.
Our Aims are principally to explore the Christian faith together, to develop mutual relationships, to seek a common mind and to make decisions together.
(Taken from extracts of our constitution).


Read about
Network Leeds and West Yorkshire Churches Together
and
InterACT


Our regular events include;
A special service to celebrate The week of Christian Unity.
(which we hold at Pentecost) with a joint Service.

This year's Pentecost Service


SOUP NIGHT FOR LENT
Come and hear about what’s going on and our plans for the future
Stainbeck Church, Stainbeck Road
Thursday 23rd March 7.30

GOOD FRIDAY WALK OF WITNESS
11am at Holy Trinity Meanwood, making our way up to Stainbeck Church
to finish around 12pm where we will have hot cross buns and refreshments
Prayers along the way as well.
(Friday 14th April)

and we have Festival Hymns in the Street from the main stage on Regent Street, Chapel Allerton


as part of
Chapel Allerton Arts Festival.

Our first Service at the Festival (2004)

Hymns in the Street 2017 will be on
Sunday 3rd September

We'll also help Litter-pick over the Festival Weekend.


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