Welcome to St Aidan's Church Leeds
Our aim is to be a worshipping, serving, sacrificing community
Coronavirus (covid-19) - Updated 17 April 2020
Following the extension of the lockdown by the Government, St Aidan’s Church remains closed to the public.
We continue with the round of daily prayer, individually, and in extending our provision in keeping in touch with our congregation, friends and local community. We continue our weekly FoodShare, knowing how reliant the most vulnerable in our community are on this provision. FoodShare takes place on Sundays between 11am and 12noon.
We would be very pleased to receive donations for our FoodShare, also on Sundays, between 10am and 12noon. Thank you.
These are unprecedented times which are refocusing our ministry around the priorities of prayer, pastoral care and the stability of our faith in Christ, combined with continuing service of our local community and those in greatest need.
We will keep you updated via this website, and by email, phone or post where we have your contact details.
If you would like to add your details to our circulation, please let us know by email or phone:
Parish Administrator - Mrs Pat Case Tel: 07754 450967 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Mother Andi Tel: 0113 450 4767 Email: email@example.com.
God bless you.
Home of the Brangwyn Mosaics, St Aidan's is a church where people of many different backgrounds, cultures and languages seek to live out the gospel of love and reconciliation by serving the local community, especially those living on the margins of society.
And at the heart of it all: the Mass with its rich liturgy and great gestures, its unconditional welcome and its grace-given compassion. Celebrated on Sundays at 10.00am and also on several weekdays, it anchors us in the mystery of Christ's self-giving love, sets us on the path of life and calls our response in love and service.
All are welcome.
Contact us on Tel: 0775 445 0967
God calls us to grow in knowledge and love of him every day of our lives. Time spent in prayer, study and reflection are good opportunities to respond to this call. Please follow the link below to read Mother Andi's Thought for the Week, Professor Joyce Hills's latest column, or a guest reflection.
"So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand."