The historic parish of All Saints included parts of north Keighley and the countryside to the west of the town. There are two community primary schools (Laycock and Victoria), a Catholic primary school, two pubs, a Catholic Church, two mosques (Beralwi and UK Islamic Mission) one nightclub, a library and several community organisations.
Public worship is currently suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This page gives you a flavour of what would normally take place in the life of this church.
Sunday at 10:30
The Eucharist (also called Holy Communion)
A sense of holiness and community
Traditional hymns sit alongside songs from Iona, Taize chants and modern hymns from Bernadette Farrell, Marty Haugen etc Readings in Farsi, Albanian, occasionally Shona, reflect the diverse nature of the congregation and an inclusive approach to church.
We have just started exploring creative and prayerful approaches to evening services. Currently, we have a Meditative Service the first evening of each month at 5:00pm.
Wednesdays at 11:00am
Smaller, shorter service without hymns,
usually downstairs in the Church Hall (The Cullingworth Room),
includes a short talk or reflection.
The Church’s Major Festivals are celebrated
Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Candlemas, Ash Wednesday, Holy Week, Ascension, Transfiguration
You can also read our vicar’s blog here: https://pilgrimvicar.wordpress.com/
News from All Saints Church
What’s on at All Saints Church?
Seeking the Kingdom of God for Keighley
Sharing the Good News of Jesus
Growing as disciples together