Services at St. Paul’s
9:30am - Holy Communion - this will be a formal liturgical service with Holy Communion each week (also known as Eucharist). Components of the liturgy may be sung, there will be hymns led by the organ or a music group, a short sermon based on the bible readings and times of prayer and reflection.
11am - Morning Worship - this will be an informal service that is accessible for all ages. It will be interactive with singing led by a band, a short talk based on bible readings, and activities to help us pray and reflect on Jesus and our lives.
Between the two services refreshments will be served from 10:30am to 11am in the church hall with everyone welcome to spend some time together.
<span style="font-size: 1rem;">Our Priest-in-Charge is Rev. Mark Harlow. His wife, Rev. Kathryn Harlow, is Associate Priest.</span>
St. Paul's is a relatively modern and distinctive church building. Built in 1965 it is eight-sided with a crowning cupola containing the bell. It stands just below the highest point of the City of Leeds. Internally it has a large unobstructed worship area with seating for over 300 people. There is an adjoining church hall and meeting room (Jubilee Room) which are used by the church and local community.
The church serves a large parish (population c12,000) comprising mostly post-war housing both social and private. There are two primary and one high school in the parish, also the Holt Park Centre comprising supermarket, shops, OPAL centre, Ralph Thoresby School, Holt Park Library and the new Holt Park Active leisure and wellbeing centre.
The church hosts an outlet for the Leeds North and West FoodBank.(http://leedsnorthandwest.foodbank.org.uk) which is open weekly on a Thursday morning 10.30 to 12.30. (Tel: 07519 706290)
Contacts for further information are our Priest-in-Charge and Churchwardens:
Rev. Mark Harlow, tel: 07725 625900
Registered Charity No: 1177088