The Parish Church of All Hallows, Bardsey
The Church of Saint Mary Magdalene in the neighbouring East Keswick
The Parish Church of All Hallows, Church Lane, Bardsey has stood at the heart of the village for well over a thousand years. It contains one of the best surviving Anglo-Saxon Buildings in West Yorkshire. The core of the present church was built early in the ninth century, with the Anglo-Saxon tower built on the original ninth century porch. An elaborate Norman doorway remains the principle entrance to the church, which was developed with fine Norman arcades. A recent addition is the much admired Bardsey Millennium Tapestry, with its four exquisitely worked panels depicting all aspects of life in the village at the turn of the present century.
The church is open every day and welcomes pilgrims and visitors who add their prayers to those of generations.
Service times at All Hallows’:
Holy Communion at 8.00am and 10.45 am every Sunday except the second Sunday of each month when a Family Service is held.
The Parochial Council also has its own website for further details of all up and coming events
Service times at Saint Mary Magdalene’s:
Holy Communion at 9.15am every Sunday except the fourth Sunday of each month when a Family Service is held. A midweek Holy Communion also takes place on the first Wednesday of every month at 11.00am.
More details of special services and many village activities are available in a monthly Village Newsletter “Bardsey News” published by the Parochial Church Council and circulated free to all householders in the Parish.
For further details contact:
The Parish Secretary
The Parish Office
Leeds LS17 9DG
Tel: 01937 574273