We aspire to be an open and growing Christian community, serving our diverse neighbourhood

9am Holy Communion in Church - Wearing of face masks is now compulsory. Please ‘book in’ by contacting Sue Rusholme or phone 808 5798 or as the Services are not busy you can just turn up but it helps us with Track and Trace to know that you are coming.

10.30am Zoom Holy Communion 

 

SERVICES in OCTOBER

4th Oct 9am Holy Communion in Church and at 10.30am Zoom Service of Holy Communion

Wed 7th Oct 11am Holy Communion in Church

11th Oct 10am Big Outdoor Harvest Festival at Church

18th Oct 9am Holy Communion in Church and at 10.30am Zoom Service of Holy Communion

25th Oct 9am Holy Communion in Church


Please ‘book in’ for the Services in Church by contacting Sue Rusholme or phone 808 5798 or
For the big outdoor Harvest Festival please contact Jenny Smith

 

Zoom with us on alternate Sunday Mornings at 10.30am

(Next one will be Sunday 20th September)

Please note new meeting code and password for all future Zoom Services and Church Meetings.

Joining by computer / tablet / smartphone

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78318462049?pwd=RUZuWXpUVmNkUkpKUm5CRHVEbVk5UT09
 
Meeting ID: 783 1846 2049 
Passcode: 153251
 
Join by phone by dialling 0203 481 5240 or 0131 460 1196
Meeting ID: 783 1846 2049 
Passcode: 153251

 

Daily Prayer - 

Every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9am from the link and details above.

EXPLORING PRAYER

with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. The archbishop has produced a series of five videos lasting about ten minutes each, exploring prayer from his own experience. It is honest, inspiring and will encourage you to continue exploring the wonderful gift of prayer that God has given us. The link to the videos is here. 

Join by phone

You can join our Zoom Services using your phone by dialling 0203 481 5240 or 0131 460 1196 and using the relevant ID and Passwords as shown above.

If you need help with shopping or getting prescriptions due to having to self-isolate, please call

0113 378 1877

 

This number is administered by Leeds City Council, from where your request will be processed.

Voluntary Action Leeds are helping with this work, and can pass your request to local community groups who then arrange to mobilise volunteers to help.

 

InterACT Church and Community Partnership are the group looking after the Moortown Ward. St. Matthew’s is a part of InterACT

 

The Chapel Allerton Ward is being looked after by Feel Good Factor, based in Chapeltown.

Find more help

COVID 19 SUPPORT LINE

St Gemma's and Wheatfields Hospices have launched a Covid-19 support line, for anyone in Leeds who has ill relatives or friends or who has lost a loved one from Covid-19. To access the support line, call St Gemma’s Hospice on 0113 218 5544 or Wheatfields Hospice on 0113 203 3369.  Further information, please visit - http://www.st-gemma.co.uk/covid19-supportline

 

 

CHAPEL ALLERTON'S VIRTUAL PRAYER WALL:

https://padlet.com/prayerwallleeds/noc0f8amsi5

Church of England online resources -

Check out the website for prayer and worship at:

https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/church-online

Time to pray, Daily Prayer and Reflections apps: chpublishing.co.uk

or start your search from the Church of England's homepage

https://www.churchofengland.org/

Take a short cut to this useful page about prayer

https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/learning-pray

This link leads to useful information about coping with isolation

https://www.alonetogether.org.uk/

Worship for Everyone (on Facebook) You may like something from the following:

Family Worship for all ages, led by a family:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/worshipforeveryone/videos/?ref=page_internal

There are some great Bible apps out there. We like:

www.biblegateway.com

www.youversion.com

DAILY HOPE

a free national phone line available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044
offers music, prayers and reflections.

 

We encourage you to support:

North and West Leeds Foodbank  a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in our local area.

PAFRAS supporting refugees and asylum seekers in Leeds since 2003.

WYDAN a network of organisations and individuals across West Yorkshire, supporting destitute asylum seekers.

Thrive

Thrive Leeds enables children, young people and families to enjoy life, grow in confidence and develop faith in Jesus

Baptisms

We are uploading an

all-age Activity Sheet

fortnightly now.

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Funerals

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