Category Archives: Sunday

Sunday 12th August

Our Sunday meeting this week will be at 10:30am when Jan Betts will be sharing her thoughts on Luke 14:25-35

Every one is welcome to come and join in with us as we seek to hear what God may be saying to the world.

Sunday 29 July

This Sunday is the last Sunday of Plastic Free July – how has your reducing the use of single use plastics gone? Would you like to share your thoughts and efforts with us?

At our morning meeting at 10:30am Heston will be sharing his thoughts on Luke 13:22-35 and leading us in a celebration of the Feast of Life.

After the meeting a group of us will be heading to Armley Mills to have a picnic (unless it rains in which case the picnic will be at church) and to visit a beautiful exhibition of felt making called “Wool Stories” connecting with the industrial history of Leeds. Linda, one of the All Hallows’ folk, has some of her work in the exhibition and has helped to organise the exhibition.

Sunday 22 July 2018

This Sunday Heston will be leading us in thinking about Luke 13:1-21.

Sunday 15th July

This Sunday we will be continuing our journey through Luke as Bob Shaw shares his thoughts on Luke 12:35-49 at our 10:30am meeting. We are having a swap round of vicars this week so Rev Tom Lusty from St Chad’s will be joining us.

Sunday 8th July

On Sunday morning at 10:30am we will be continuing in our look at the Gospel of Luke and Toby Parsons will be sharing his thoughts on Luke 12:1-34

Don’t forget that the Leeds 10k Run For All is taking place and parts of the city centre and Kirkstall Road will be closed to traffic.

Sunday 1st July

Many of our fellowship are on a camping weekend in the Dales this weekend – shame about the weather! Because of this we have arranged to meet with our friends down the road at Hyde Park Methodist Church in the morning at 10:30am.

Sunday 24th June

This Sunday we will be offering a big All Hallows welcome to Hayley Matthews who will lead our meeting and Nigel Greenwood who will be sharing his thoughts on Luke 11:1-28 where Jesus teaches us a bit about prayer and asking. Do come and meet with us from 10:30am, everyone is welcome.

Sunday 17th June

This Sunday at 10:30am it is all age worship led by Heston and team, based on the parable of the Good Samaritan. So we’ll explore the ins and outs of ‘loving our neighbours’. Here’s one of Heston’s favourite CofE blessings for us to ponder…

Go forth into the world in peace;
be of good courage;
hold fast to that which is good;
render to no one evil for evil;
strengthen the faint-hearted;
support the weak;
help the afflicted;
honour all people;
love and serve the Lord,
rejoicing in the power
of the Holy Spirit.

Sunday 10th June

This Sunday sees the Leeds Triathlon taking place which is great fun but leads to  yet another Sunday of road closures and travel disruption. You can find details here and here.

We will be opening the church building early by 9am for those who want to arrive early to try and avoid the closures.

Fortunately the travel disruption shouldn’t affect Heston who will be leading us in our worship and in thinking about Luke 10:1-24

Sunday 3rd June 2018

On Sunday we’ll be exploring God’s invitation to live in ‘joyful responsibility’ for the people and world around us. If you’d like to do some pondering between now and then:

God wants nothing less than full responsibility and utter joy, and offers all that is needed for this… God gives scandalously overwhelming and excessive LOVE. Once we begin to see this, we see how our vices are all ways of being blind to love, avoiding it, rejecting it, or just being, in the full biblical sense, fools who miss the big, essential, many-splendoured thing. We also see why the supreme Christian virtue has always been love on the model of Jesus’ words: ‘Love one another as i have loved you.’ That is the ‘virtuous circle’ of what Simone Weil has called ‘new, marvellous, intoxicating goodness.’ (David Ford)

To be continued on Sunday when Heston will be leading us in our worship and sharing his thoughts on the next bit of Luke’s Gospel. After church we will be having a shared lunch at Rosebank with Hyde Park Source. It is Environment Sunday so let’s enjoy and celebrate the beauty of God’s Creation and consider how we might better care for the whole of it.