City Evangelical Church
A city church with a community presence
Sundays: 10:45am and 6:30pm
(In the church building and online)
Morning and evening services restart
We have restarted morning and evening worship services at 10:45am and 6:30pm every Sunday. For your safety the number of people attending the service is limited. If you would like to come please book a seat in advance below. You will need an email address to make a seat booking. If you do not have an email address please phone us.
If you cannot come you can watch the live stream of the morning service or catch up on YouTube. You can listen to the sermon from the evening service in the sermons section below.
Safety in the church building
You must follow our safety rules in the church building. See what to expect and how to prepare.
This information is reviewed and updated when new government guidance is released.
Do not come to the service if:
- You have tested positive for coronavirus
- You are waiting for coronavirus test results
- You have coronavirus symptoms
- You or someone else in your household is self-isolating
What to expect and how to prepare
We will give you safety instructions when you arrive. To keep you safe, we have set up:
A one way system to help you avoid contact with others Hand sanitiser stations, which we will ask you to use
Please bring the following with you to the service:
A bible A face mask (if you are not exempt) Snacks and a water bottle Activities for your children during the service
We meet every Sunday for church services at 10:45am and 6:30pm.
On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays we meet in small groups for bible studies using a video calling app called Zoom.
Our online church prayer meeting is on the first Wednesday of every month using Zoom.
How to get here
ParkingThere is a small church carpark. Parking is also available on Elland Road. Please do not park in front of driveways on Malvern Street.
BusGet off the number 10 bus between Headingley and Beeston at the traffic lights on Beeston Road. Then walk for 2 minutes down Cemetery Road to the church.
What’s the church like?
We are a multi-cultural mutli-generational church family gathering from all around Leeds. We are built upon the Word of God and seek to proclaim the wonderful good news of Jesus Christ in Beeston and Leeds. We desire to see people come to know God through Jesus Christ and to begin the lifelong journey of being transformed into the likeness of Jesus.
Colossian 1 verse 28 (in the bible) summarises our aim:
‘Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ.’
Or in the words of Jesus, ‘Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.’
Realising our need of the Lord and our need of his spirit to be at work amongst us we seek to have a atmosphere of prayer in all that we do.
What we believe
Our full statement of faith can be found on our belieifs page. This outlines what we believe about God, the bible and Jesus. Our beliefs are in line with the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC) statement of beliefs.
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Last 10 Sermons
|R02 Romans 1:1-7 The Gospel of God|
David Lovell on 07/03/2021 am
|T07 Isaiah 49-50|
Michael Luehrmann on 28/02/2021 pm
|R01 Introduction to Romans|
David Lovell on 28/02/2021 am
|T06 When you pass through the waters and walk through the fire|
David Lovell on 21/02/2021 pm
|T06 Peter's Restoration - One Thing Necessary|
Ian MacMichael on 21/02/2021 am
|T05 That you may have life|
Michael Luehrmann on 14/02/2021 am
|T05 Isaiah 40|
Michael Luehrmann on 07/02/2021 pm
|T04 The Risen Jesus and his Mary Messenger|
Michael Luehrmann on 07/02/2021 am
|T04 Isaiah 35|
Michael Luehrmann; Niels Van De Kasteele on 31/01/2021 pm
|T03 John 19:17-42|
Michael Luehrmann on 31/01/2021 am