What a lot can happen in a week! As the Covid-19 situation continues to develop, Angela is one of the people who have been advised to remain at home for the next 12 weeks. In the light of this, Tony and Bishop Paul have agreed that Tony’s retirement will be delayed, until the end of July at this point. So St Michael’s will be well supported, both by Angela and Tony, even if we can’t physically be together at the moment.
Welcome to St. Michael and All Angels.
Saint Michael and All Angels' Church is a an open and inclusive Church in the Liberal Catholic tradition of Church of England. Here you will find a parish church which, in various forms, has stood at the heart of the community of Headingley since 1620.
Here you will find wonderful Gothic architecture, fine stained glass, beautiful wrought iron work, a fine organ accompanying harmonious singing, all witnessing to the beauty and welcome of God, and the care and faithfulness of generations of Christians.
Above all, it is here you will find a Christian Community worshipping God, praying that we may grow in love and service, and in the beauty of holiness.
We invite all who enter to pause and make space for the God who made us and who meets us in Jesus Christ.
On behalf of the whole worshipping community, may we welcome you to St Michael’s. We pray that God will bless your visit here.
Revd. Tony Whatmough
Vicar of St. Michael’s Church. Team Rector of the Headingley Team
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Follow the national guidelines
Looking after ourselves, and each other
New hotline for Leeds - 0113 3781877
Anyone unable to leave their home because of coronavirus, and worried because they don’t have family or friends who can help, can ring our new dedicated hotline: 0113 3781877
We know some people are alone and will need help from their local communities to get through. If you find yourself in this situation, wondering how to get groceries and other essentials, then please call 0113 3781877 and we will match you with volunteers who live near you and can help.
Can you offer help and support? Tell VAL
We’re partnering with Voluntary Action Leeds (VAL) to co-ordinate local volunteering to help those who get in touch with the hotline. Volunteers can sign up to offer practical support such as shopping deliveries, preparing meals, dog walking, making check-in phone calls
If you are well and able to volunteer, visit
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0113 297 7920
For tips and guidance on how to support your neighbour download
VAL’s Being a good neighbour pack
Don't forget your mental wellbeing, too.
For advice on taking care of your mental wellbeing visit https://www.mindwell-leeds.org.uk/home/information-on-coronavirus , or for young people specifically www.mindmate.org.uk
For all the latest information on council and local support in relation to coronavirus, and a roundup of changes to services visit https://www.leeds.gov.uk/coronavirus
You can now donate money for St. Michaels via JustGiving by clicking here
We will do all that we can to ensure that our worshipping communities offer the safest places for children and vulnerable people. If you have any concern about a safeguarding issue, you can contact a Leeds Diocesan Safeguarding Officer Mrs Jenny Leccardi Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser email@example.com 0113 3530 259/07872 005189 Or you can raise it with the St Michael’s Church,Safeguarding Officer Rebecca Crowson via the Parish Office Contact via the Church Office on 0113 2754053 or by using the 'Contact Us' page on this website.
St Michael's has recently launched its stewardship campaign - click here to take a look inside the leaflet.
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