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Serving 98 churches and their congregations, across the Yorkshire area! – Have a look around our new site, we’re sure you will find something of interest to you! ENJOY YOUR VISIT!



Finance/ Clerical Assistant
Part time post at the Yorkshire Synod Office – see ‘Noticeboard’ below for details

Meeting Dates 2017

(further information can be found in the ‘Noticeboard’ event manager)

2017 Saturday 11th March & Saturday 14th October
2017 Wednesday 1st February, Monday 11th September, and Wednesday 29th November
2017 Thursday 12th January, Tuesday 9th May, Tuesday 4th July, Thursday 2nd November
2017 Thursday 2nd February, Wednesday 27th September
2017 Tuesday 17th January, Thursday 23rd March, Thursday 11th May, Thursday 13th July, Thursday 14th September and Thursday 16th November
2017 Tuesday 24th January, Tuesday 28th March, Tuesday 16th May, Tuesday 18th July, Tuesday 19th September and Tuesday 21st November
2017 Tuesday 27th January, Tuesday 28th April, Tuesday 28th July, Tuesday 27th October
2017 Monday 24th April, Monday 17th July, Monday 13th November
2017 Monday 15th May, Monday 10th July, Monday 30th October, Monday 27th November


Our Latest Posts

When the nights are drawing in

October 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on When the nights are drawing in

It is easy to understand why in some cultures, it is this season, when nights draw in and nature seems to be going into shut-down, that was considered to be the turn of the year. [...]

United for what?

September 14th, 2017|Comments Off on United for what?

I was unable to attend Revd Martin Camroux reading party on his book ‘Ecumenism in Retreat: How the United Reformed Church Failed to Break the Mould’, due to an ecumenical engagement, attending the Induction of a Baptist colleague in Headingley. I must admit, I have not read the book, only a synopsis of it by Rev’d Dr David Peel I found on the Amazon website. The ideal of Christian unity, thinking about Jesus’ prayer in John 17.20-23, was what drew me to the United Reformed Church. Jesus prays for believers to be one, “so that the world may believe that you have sent me.” (John 17.21b NIV) Despite all, we remain a visible sign of that, at least to other denominations, even if not to the world. Yet as the synopsis of Rev’d Camroux’s book suggests, concerns within our denomination and ecumenical partners seemed to overtake the main responsibility of the Church, to be this witness to faith which Jesus envisages. It seems nationally we became bogged down in our structures, and with keeping them going, rather than working together to share the gospel message. […]


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Christians Learning Across Yorkshire - Autumn Term September to December 2017.