Stanningley: St Thomas', Stanningley
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St. Thomas' has stood as a place of worship, serving the community of Stanningley, since 1841. Details of our services are below. The church is a little unusual in that it does not have a central aisle but two side aisles, similar to a Methodist chapel, reflecting the Methodist influence in Leeds during the mid 19th century.
The six stained glass windows are of typical Victorian craftsmanship, the most singular being on the south side, in memory of two young Sunday School teachers who were struck by lightning in 1869 and are buried in the Churchyard. More historical information can be found at www.calverley.info.
Meeting in the Training Centre next to the church are several linked groups:
Live At Home (tel Lynne 2558461)
CACTISS (mums and tots)
For details of these and other events, see below. The hall is also available to rent (tel 2579103).
We have regular contact with local schools and we welcome visits by arrangement.
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Revd Richard Coutts
Tel: (0113) 2575111 (Rector, Stanningley Parish)
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