Hello and welcome to the Eldwick Church website
So who are we? The Eldwick Church is the result of a partnership between St Lawrence's Church of England church and Eldwick Methodist Church. It is based at the former St Lawrence church.
Our members are from different backgrounds and cultures, with a range of ideas and perspectives. We are joined together through our love for God, as revealed in Jesus Christ, and a desire to serve and share God's love in the world today, especially within the Eldwick community. All are welcome and we warmly invite you to come and join us!
We meet every Sunday at 10:30am for our main service, except on rare special occasions. Normally our service will be family worship or family communion. On the 1st and 3rd Sundays we also have a separate communion service at 9:15am. (There is more information about services on this website.)
We are delighted that our new church hall with its modern up to date facilities, is now finished. The second building phase (linking the church and hall to provide a café area and expanding the worship space by 50%) is now fully finished and in use.
As a church we want to give the best we can to the Eldwick community. We aim to accommodate the basic needs of faith and non-faith local people by accommodating both happy occasions such as weddings, wedding blessings, baptisms (christenings) and thanksgivings, and also sad occasions, such as helping people saying goodbye to loved family members and friends at a funeral. (More details can be found elsewhere on the website.)
The Eldwick Church is situated on Otley Road Eldwick, next door to the Memorial Hall. The post code is BD16 3EQ.
We look forward to meeting you.
Latest Newsletter: 14th July 2019
Last week's Newsletter: 7th July 2019
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Information about us, who we are, vision and values, membership, key contacts
Building for Growth
The Church Building Project
Circuit, Diocese and Parish News
Newsletters and information from the Airedale Methodist Circuit and Bingley Parish
Information and papers for congregational meetings
Details and papers for special congregational meetings
A summary of our Christian Beliefs