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
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).
shows our Soup Night for Lent, when we heard from our guest
speakers from Christians Against Poverty, St. Vincent de
and North Leeds Foodbank.
Read about Leeds Churches Together in
Network Leeds and West Yorkshire Ecumenical
Churches Together supports The Manuel Bravo Project
which helps with
legal assistance for people seeking asylum.
regular events include;
A special service to celebrate The week of Christian Unity,
A Lent Evening with a guest speaker,
A Summer community/family event
and Festival Hymns in the Street
as part of
Chapel Allerton Arts
This year St. Matthew's took their their turn as we
celebrated the tenth Festival Hymns in the Street.
are also present among the street stalls on the Saturday of
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