Author Archives: All Hallows Leeds

This Week 17th – 23rd September

Mon 17 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Tue 18 Sep @7:30-9pm Bible Study at church (07930 815911 for further info)
Wed 19 Sep @12-2pm OWLS lunch
Thu 20 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Fri 21 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Fri 21 September @ 2pm All Hallows Café’s 4th-and-20th birthday party!
Sat 22 September @ 7pm ‘Bread is Gold’ Bistro at Rainbow Junktion – booking required
Sun 23 Sep @10.30am Sunday morning worship
See our calendar for more details of what is happening at All Hallows’

Sunday 16th September 2018

This coming Sunday is the third Sunday of Creationtide, a time for especially celebrating God’s Creation and thinking about how we look after it.

We will be welcoming Angela Birkin to our morning meeting at 10:30am and she will be sharing her thoughts on Luke 17:1-19

Jesus asked, “Were not all ten cleansed? Where are the other nine?”

In the afternoon Leeds Urban Harvest will be demonstrating how to efficiently and safely make juice from apples – please register if you are interested in going – and in the evening Live At All Hallows will be welcoming the amazing  Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith

This Week 10th – 16th September

Mon 10 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Tue 11 Sep @7:30-9pm Bible Study at church (07930 815911 for further info)
Wed 12 Sep @12-2pm OWLS lunch
Wed 12 Sep @5-9pm Leeds Urban Harvest rescuing unwanted and surplus urban fruit – volunteers welcome
Thu 13 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Fri 14 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Sun 16 Sep @10.30am Sunday morning worship
Sun 16 Sep @ 1-4pm Leeds Urban Harvest – learn how to efficiently and safely make juice from apples – Please register!
Sun 16 Sep @ 7:45-11pm Live at All Hallows presents Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith
See our calendar for more details of what is happening at All Hallows’

Live At All Hallows presents Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith

Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith are one of the finest duos to have emerged onto the British folk and acoustic scene in recent years. Their unique ability to make old songs seem relevant and new songs sound ancient has brought them widespread critical acclaim.

Live At All Hallows are proud to be able to welcome Jimmy and Sid on Sunday 16th September – you can find out more on Facebook and book your tickets on Eventbrite or on the door. They will be supported by their good friend Behla Hutchinson

Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith

‘This is a well-judged collection that feels very timely in its preoccupation with the working poor, and of economic and ecological instability. Observations about modern life blend seamlessly with traditional material, delivered with rare poise and delicate musicianship. What particularly stands out on all the self-penned numbers is the duo’s ability to treat contemporary subject matter effectively in folk music.’ ★★★★ Songlines

Sunday 9th September 2018

This Sunday is the second Sunday in the season of Creation when we particularly focus on how we look after the world in which we live. We will be welcoming the Rev. Tom Lusty from St Chad’s who will be sharing his thoughts on Luke 16:19-31 , Heston will be leading the service at St Michael’s.

This Week 3rd – 9th September 2018

Mon 3 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Tue 4 Sep @7:30-9pm Bible Study at church (07930 815911 for further info)
Wed 5 Sep @12-2pm OWLS lunch
Thu 6 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Fri 7 Sep @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Sun 8 Sep @10.30am Sunday morning worship
See our calendar for more details of what is happening at All Hallows’

Creationtide actions and reflections

World Day of Prayer for Creation

Eternal God,
You crown the year with goodness,
And you give us the fruits of the earth in their season,
Grant that we may use them to your glory,
for the relief of those in need,
and for our own well-being,
Through Jesus Christ our Lord.

From Creationtide actions and reflections

Sunday 2nd September 2018

This Sunday is the first Sunday of the new academic term. So let’s celebrate that we’re all Called by God to learn and grow into fullness of life, and to love and serve God through our daily life and work.

And let’s bless each other’s daily life and work by blessing the bags that we carry around with us. So on Sunday please bring your school bag, book bag, computer bag, hand bag, shopping bag, tool bag, gym bag, nappy bag, goodie bag- any bag that you regularly use in daily life.

It is also the first Sunday of the month and so we will be having a shared lunch together. If you are able please bring along some food to share with each other. As it is the first Sunday in Creationtide we will also have the opportunity over lunch to share our thoughts and ideas about looking after God’s creation and in particular how we together can be an “eco-church”.


‘Creationtide’ or the ‘Season of Creation’ is the period in the annual church calendar from 1st September (the Day of Prayer for Creation) to 4th October (the feast day of St. Francis) set apart for us to pray and celebrate with creation, focus on the story of Earth, and commit to a ministry of healing the Earth.

‘To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth’ is the Anglican Communion’s Fifth Mark of Mission.

This Creationtide why not commit to spending some time each day thinking about our impact on our environment and all the creatures that share it with us and making some changes in our lives that will lead to the regeneration of the Earth rather than it’s destruction? You may like to use this action sheet produced but the Church of England.

Father of all creation, we thank you that you
have given us a world rich in resources,
and made us stewards of your mysteries;
help us to act responsibly,
not wasting or destroying what we do not need,
not polluting the earth, or sea or sky,
that we may act with love towards all things,
and so reflect the great love that you have for the world.
Be with us, Lord God, Creator of all,
to strengthen us on our journey,
to guide us in all our doings,
that we may share in the love and care for your world.

from Adam D. (1996) The Rhythm of Life: Celtic Daily Prayer SPCK, London

This Week 27th August – 2nd September

Mon 27 Aug @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe CLOSED
Tue 28 Aug @7:30-9pm Bible Study at church (07930 815911 for further info)
Wed 29 Aug @12-2pm OWLS lunch
Thu 30 Aug @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Fri 31 Aug @11-3 Rainbow Junktion Cafe
Sat 1 Sep Global Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation and start of Creationtide
Sun 2 Sep @10.30am Sunday morning worship followed by a shared lunch when we will be discussing what we can do care for our environment
See our calendar for more details of what is happening at All Hallows’