We are a vibrant Anglican church and our vision is to be 'Sharing Life, Loving Leeds'. This means we are here to help you find God, grow in relationship with Him, share life with those around you and impact the city and beyond. Join us on Sundays at 10.30am or 6.30pm for our services. Networks are the places we belong; smaller groups of 20-30 people, where we belong and share life together at St George's. We also run The Alpha Course for those enquiring about the Christian faith.
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We love to gather as a whole church and Sundays are a focal part of life at St George’s. Our gatherings help us to connect as a diverse yet united family to worship, listen to God’s word and pray. Join us on a Sunday:
At 6.30pm we gather to celebrate the Christian message, invite friends and encounter God. All are welcome but we particularly want to see young adults reconnecting with God.
We love students at St George’s. We want all students who come to Leeds to meet Jesus and be changed by God’s love. We’d love to welcome you to this great city and help you settle in. There are more than 120 students from many of Leeds' wonderful Universities who call St George’s their home church in Leeds. They gather to worship and support each other on mission in lots of different ways. We’d really like to get to know you, so join us on a Sunday for Student Teas before the 1830 Service, or come and join one of our midweek networks
We want to equip young people to be lifelong followers of Jesus by being people who: love and encounter God, bless others and live life together. If you are 11-18 years old we invite you to Roots, our community for young people, which meets on Fridays, Sundays and through mentoring.
At St George's we want to equip all children and families to be lifelong followers of Jesus by being people who: love and encounter God, bless others and live life together as they share life and love Leeds.
On Sundays at our 10:30 gathering, children register in the Foyer of church before the service. They join everyone in the Church for the first 15 minutes before being taken down to the Church Centre for age specific groups. If it is your first time, we take a few details and you will be told which group your children will be in and where they meet.
Does God exist? Looking out on the world this is a perfectly reasonable question. At St George’s we want to create spaces where people can bring questions like this and explore possible answers. Our service speakers never presume that everyone believes in God; and Alpha is specifically designed for you to bring questions of life and faith, to discuss different viewpoints with other like-minded people.
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