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Following recent announcements by the Government it has been decided to re-commence services at Headingley Methodist Church.
Next Sunday Service: July 4th 9:30 – Mr Emmanuel Oikelome
Next Thursday Service: June 24th 10:30 – Own arrangements Service
A booking system will operate for all services. Jean Townsend will take bookings for Sundays and Christine Andrews for Thursdays. As far as is possible people will be allocated the same seat each week and be encouraged to inform Jean or Christine if they are not able to attend. Space will be held back downstairs for late comers and people who are unable to go to the gallery.
Headingley Methodist Church (HMC) is a friendly, warm and welcoming community of Methodists in the very heart of Headingley, the famous suburb of Leeds.
Opened in 1845, the church is a fine example of an early Victorian Methodist chapel and still retains its historic appeal. There has however been considerable modernisation over the years, and the church now serves many purposes; nonetheless the main function of the building is still very much as a place for Christian worship and witness, and outreach to the local and wider community. As well as the church itself, the building comprises several other rooms which are put to a variety of uses by various groups during the week, as will be seen from other pages within this website.
New worshippers are always made welcome at Headingley, and are likely to find themselves plied with tea or coffee and biscuits or cake, as well as fellowship in prodigious quantities.
Have a tour around our website and do feel free to come and visit us, with no obligation, to see and experience the friendly community of which we are so proud.
All parts of the church buildings have access to fast broadband via WiFi. For details of how to connect please contact the Webmaster.
Headingley Methodist Church is a part of the Leeds South and West Methodist Circuit.