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Welcome to Oakwood Church, Leeds LS8 2QA

Oakwood Church

Oakwood Church is friendly and welcoming Methodist-Anglican partnership, with a diverse congregation and strong links with the local community.

Through its mission, worship and activities it seeks to:

  • Increase awareness of God’s presence and celebrate God’s love.
  • Help people to grow and learn as Christians through mutual support and care.
  • Be a good neighbour to people in need.
  • Challenge injustice.
  • Share the good news of Jesus Christ.

You can

  • Browse this website where you’ll find much more about Oakwood Church, its activities and the local community it serves.
  • Follow Oakwood Church Leeds on Social Media.
  • Get details of services and other activities by signing up to receive our weekly Newsletter. Previous Oakwood Church Newsletters are available here.
  • Learn more about Worship opportunities at Oakwood Church. Come to worship any Sunday at 10:15 a.m.
  • Learn more about the Christian Faith and the person of Jesus Christ.
  • Contact Naomi, Oakwood Church’s Administrator or George the Methodist Minister. They would be delighted to hear from you.

Locating Oakwood Church

Oakwood Church is situated in north-east Leeds on Springwood Road, Leeds LS82QA off Oakwood Lane near Oakwood Clock.

Car Parking at Oakwood Church

There is free on-site car parking for 22 cars and ample unrestricted on-street parking outside on Springwood Road. Please park considerately, be courteous to our neighbours and limit noise, especially in the evening.

Public Transport

Buses routes 12, 13, 13A, X98 and X99 all stop near the Oakwood Clock traffic light junction of Roundhay Road, Wetherby Road, Oakwood Lane and Princes Avenue.

Buses numbers 42, 49, 50 and 50A all stop near the Oakwood McDonald’s roundabout at the junction of Oakwood Lane and Easterly Road (A58).

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Champion (verb): to support, defend, or fight for a person, belief, right, or principle enthusiastically.Does this sound like you?Our All We Can Champions are our network of supporters who commit to advocating for our work in their local context.On 6th March at 7pm, we are holding an online training event for current and prospective Champions, entitled ‘Growing Together’. We will be introducing our campaign for the year, and running an exercise to help identify how Champions can flourish as we journey together.You can sign up to receive the Zoom by following this link: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/all-we-can-champions-training-growing-together-tickets-810074834637?utm-ca…

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Why does the church mark the season of Lent? And what is the significance of Palm Sunday?Find out the answers to some common questions about Lent and Easter at cofe.io/LentEasterFAQs.

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