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Welcome.

Worship

All Saints' Ilkley is a vibrant church committed to providing a variety of worship, prayer and praise, some especially aims to cater for children and families. We welcome anyone, of any age, to join us. Read more to get full details of our service times.

Prayer

We put prayer and our relationship with God at the heart of eveything we do. We would like to offer you the opportunity to be supported by prayer and to pray for others. Please contact us if you would like us to pray for you. Read more to find out how.

Something to talk about

Look out for the All Saints' advertisement in the Ilkley Gazette. The ad encourages readers to follow us on the social media service Twitter through which we will remind followers about the Easter service times. We hope you will follow us on Twitter as well .

Connect

Find out how to connect with the church, the community and with God. You'll find us on Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and a number of other social media services. We haven't forgotten old media and have a regular printed news sheet and a monthly magazine.

Young Church

Find out what we do for our children, families and young people. Our young people and family's work is being developed with some great new opportunities to enrich relationships with each other and God. Read more to find out how you can be involved.

Life Groups

More to church than Sundays? Would you like to deepen your friendships at church? Then why not join a Life Group? All Saints has eleven of these meeting in people’s homes for prayer, bible study and to deepen friendships. Read more and get involved.

What’s on Facebook

OPEN LETTER FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK TO THE THREE DIOCESES To the dioceses of Bradford, Ripon and Leeds and Wakefield I am writing today to send my greetings to you all as we approach Easter Day, which this year for the people of West Yorkshire and the Dales also marks the beginning of your new Diocese. In recent days you have given thanks for the life of the Dioceses of Bradford, Ripon and Leeds, and Wakefield, and now, you are like Abraham stepping out into the unknown, trusting in the presence of the risen Christ, and praying for the coming of the Holy Spirit. You are all held in the God the Father’s love. I would like to pay tribute to you all for your efforts through what has I know been a very demanding, difficult and long process. This has challenged you all more than anyone else. I thank God for your patience, forbearance and determination through it all. You are pioneers within the Church of England - I thank you with all my heart for all that you have given and forsaken in the interests of God’s future. You have all justly celebrated the achievements of your three dioceses; and this has been very right and proper so to do. For what we begin this Easter Day is not a rejection of the past but an honouring of all that has been achieved, and a commitment to see the good news you have shared continue to grow and bear fruit more and more across this part of Yorkshire. This Easter we also celebrate the present and the future, of new life breathed into every part of the Body of Christ which is the Church. We look forward to demonstrating in every mission unit, in every community and with everyone of whatever religious community in West Yorkshire that the work of the Church is thriving, growing and playing its part in everyone’s daily life for the common good. In Bishop Nick I have every confidence you have a supreme church leader and a man who can above all make this new Diocese a success. From Easter Tuesday he will be Acting Diocesan Bishop, until his Confirmation of Election as Diocesan Bishop on Pentecost, in York Minster. I do not doubt that God will equip you, with the leadership of Bishop Nick and his fellow Bishops, +Tony Robinson, +James Bell, and +Tom Butler, working together in new ways with all the clergy and laity, and enable you to conquer the heights, and to develop and grow in ways that none of us had imagined possible. To you all then, I offer my thanks, my admiration, and my prayers for all you are about to undertake. May the risen Lord Jesus Christ be your strength, your hope and your joy! We are an Easter People, and Alleluia is our song. +Sentamu Eboracensis ...

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