We are a member of The Church of England
All Souls is part of the
which stretches from North Yorkshire and the edge of County Durham through to the heart of West Yorkshire.
Three Patrons are responsible for appointing the Incumbent of All Souls:
The Bishop of Ripon and Leeds;
The Rector of Leeds;
The Simeon Trustees.
All Soulsí Church is teamed with
St. Aidanís, Harehills.
A Church Near You lists every church in the Church of England with accurate maps, contact information, service times and much more.
For over 100 years The Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade
has been fulfilling its object "to extend the kingdom of Christ among lads and girls". Throughout the country young people and children are continuing to enjoy fun, faith and fellowship and through the Brigade be better equipped to cope with the demands that society places upon them.
Although the Universities are just outside the parish boundaries, students often come to worship at All Souls. In the Chaplaincy you will find a place to meet and grab a coffee or tea, pray, worship, share, reflect, or ask questions.
For the first time in many years, All Souls recently hosted a concert of classical music, and the Leeds Guild of Singers were our first performers.
At the performance we found out that 'in the olden' days, the Singers used to rehearse at All Souls, so it was great to welcome them back. They will return!
in West Yorkshire is a 3-year Heritage Lottery Fund-backed project that aims to inspire and attract residents and visitors to experience and celebrate West Yorkshire's vibrant faith heritage.
The Choir of St. Oswald's, Guiseley came to sing at our Feast of Title in November 2009.
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A big thank you. Funding for this site came from the congregation's donations, the Bishop of Ripon and Leeds, and in memory of Mary Senior.