SS Peter & Paul
WHO WE ARE
SS Peter and Paul Parish, Yeadon was first established in 1909 with the opening of a new church of St Joseph in nearby Cragwood. SS Peter and Paul church opened in 1956 and the original church in Cragwood closed in January 1989. It is located on the very busy A65 opposite Nunn Royd park.
Our parish incorporates the Catholic communities of Rawdon, Yeadon and Guiseley. We warmly welcome you to this parish website. Indeed, we will be delighted to have you join us in church should you ever find yourself in this part of the world, 9 miles north west of Leeds city centre and near to Leeds/Bradford airport.
PLEASE SEE THIS SUNDAY'S BULLETIN ABOVE
Once more we can book tickets to come to Mass. Please click the
green button above. Livestream Mass will be at 10am on a Sunday.
Watch live on our Facebook page or on Youtube later in the day
A massive THANK YOU to everyone for their support of our TOILET EXTENSION. It is amazing that during this whole lockdown period we are only £5,000 approx. short of our original target. We want to wrap this campaign up but donations can still be made. (by cheque, cash, post, website, text but please mark it for the project. Online payments etc should be marked with the reference code:4204)
Or click on this button:
You can text CHURCH YEADON 4204 to 70500
We will LIVESTREAM Sunday Mass on Facebook for you to watch at home. Like our page and you will get notifications
LIVE-STREAMING OF DAILY MASS AND DEVOTIONS FROM LEEDS CATHEDRAL
via the Leeds Cathedral website and Cathedral Bulletin.
To participate online, please access the Leeds Cathedral Live YouTube channel www.leedscathedrallive.org.uk.
We will continue to livestream Mass on Facebook and show it on our Youtube channel
You can now give to your parish through texting or online payments!
Please consider texting CHURCH YEADON to 70500 to contribute £5 to the Offertory of our Parish
Online Giving - is now up and running for our parish. Just click the box...
Masses in St Peter & St Paul now need to be booked online.
The link is the brown button icon above.
Vigil for Sunday, 5.30pm
6:00 PM - 6.30PM