Welcome to our church website. Here you can find details of our forthcoming services, copies of our Weekly Newsletters and links to our worship and prayer websites, and contact details should you wish to discuss your plans for a wedding, baptism, churchyard enquiries or any other matter with Revd John Davies, Vicar.
FORTHCOMING CHURCH SERVICES: all these dates are Sundays except where stated.
Sunday 29th May 10.30 Eldroth Messy Church; 7.00 Clapham New Inn Church in the Pub
Thursday 2nd June 6.00 Keasden Platinum Jubilee Service
Sunday 5th June 9.30 Austwick; 11.00 Clapham: Platinum Jubilee Services
Sunday 12th June 9.30 Austwick Holy Communion; 11.00 Keasden Holy Communion (also Baptism at Clapham, 11.00)
Sunday 19th June 9.30 Austwick Holy Communion; 11.00 Clapham Holy Communion; 6.30 Eldroth Holy Communion
Sunday 26th June 9:30 Austwick Holy Communion; 7:00 Keasden Evening Service
Sunday 3rd July 9:30 Eldroth Holy Communion; 11:00 Clapham Holy Communion
Sunday 10th July 9:30 Austwick Holy Communion; 11:00 Keasden Holy Communion
Sunday 17th July 9:30 Austwick Holy Communion; 11:00 Clapham Holy Communion; 6:30 Eldroth Evening Prayer
Sunday 24th July 9:30 Austwick Holy Communion; 7:00 Keasden Evening Service
Sunday 31st July 10:30 Keasden Messy / Forest Church
Also each Wednesday: 10.30 Austwick Holy Communion
All our churches are open every day for individual prayer.
For up to date details please see church noticeboards or our weekly newsletter which is available for you to read and join in worship in your own time: CLICK HERE
Church of England: Daily prayers. Call Free: 0800 8048044.
Eldroth Church is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s), PSOs. The Diocese of Leeds’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA) who advise our PSOs. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the DSA. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority Children or Adults Services.