Thorner: St Peter's

Welcome to the ACNY page for St Peter's Church, Thorner.

We are an Anglican church in the village of Thorner, and part of the Elmete Trinity Benefice along with St Phillips, Scholes and All Saints' church in Barwick-in-Elmet. 

We extend a warm welcome to everyone and, whilst we have a fairly traditional heritage, we offer a variety of worship services each Sunday at 9.15am.  You would be very welcome to worship with us, whether you are a seasoned church-goer or have never been to church before. We would love to see you. 

Get in touch

Revd Jonathan Brennan

Thorner Vicarage
Church View

LS14 3ED
0113 289 2437

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All Age Worship

Every Second Sunday at for 55 mins
Thorner: St Peter's
Church View Thorner Leeds, LS14 3ED, GB

Our All Age Worship service is held on the second Sunday of each month.
The service is modern, accessible, upbeat, and will appeal to individuals, couples, and families with young children. A service for all ages to worship together, with regular input from our young people and junior choir. All welcome.
Refreshments usually available in the parish centre (next door) after the service for those wishing to stay.

All Age service 9.15am on Sun 10 Sept - when we are all about fresh starts: new academic year, new benefice rector, new jobs or relationships, renewal of faith. We will lay aside all that holds us back, and get sent out with hope and expectation.


St Peter's Thorner is committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults from harm. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding officer (PSO), Helen Stiles.
The Anglican Diocese of Leeds safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding team who advise our PSO.
If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm, please contact our PSO, Helen Stiles or Jenny Leccardi in the Diocesan Safeguarding team - who can be contacted on: 0113 353 0257 or by email at: [email protected]

If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police or the local authority children or adult social care services.