A Leeds church is launching a new service in Beeston, aimed at reaching out to the local community in South Leeds.
Mosaic Church, a large evangelical church has been based in a refurbished warehouse in Holbeck since 2007, but recently has expanded to three locations across the city, including a new church based at Cockburn High School in Beeston.
For many of the residents of South Leeds, Cockburn High School is a place of education but from February it will be a place of worship. Church leader Dan Chadwick explains:
“I’ve lived in Beeston with my family for a number of years now and am really passionate about making an impact and reaching out to the local community. This new church gathering may challenge people’s preconceptions about church and Christianity and we are really excited about meeting at Cockburn High School and connecting with the people of South Leeds.”
The church will be launched officially at a special service on Sunday 3rd February at 10.00am, with a lively, informal family service where the local community can find out more about the vision and values of Mosaic Church. Refreshments will be served before and after the service which will include singing, Bible teaching and activities for children.
As well as the service at Cockburn High School, Mosaic Church also meets on Sunday evenings at Cottage Road Cinema in Headingley as well as an 11am service in St Chad’s Church on Otley Road.
Cockburn High School is located on Gipsy Lane. For more information, visit the Mosaic Church website at www.mosaic-church.org.uk
2 Replies to “Church to launch in Beeston to support community”
I’m a student at that school and no thanks, I don’t want a church in my school. I had enough religion from my primary school and I was glad to get away from all the Catholic stuff. R.E is bad enough with out more religious stuff.
I don’t think students will be required to attend, Mosaic Church are just making use of the building on a Sunday!
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