Rev Mike Cansdale (Anglican Team Rector) - 01535 607003 (e-mail revmike@keighleyparish.org)
Rev Ruth Crompton (Superintendent Methodist Minister) - 01535 652353 (e-mail ruth.crompton@methodist.org.uk)

NEWS

Keighley's Own Community Choir, open to anyone who is enthusiastic! Read more ...

Airedale Circuit's 10th Anniversary. Read more ...

Poppies

Can you help to make 5 wooden soldiers to stand outside Keighley Shared Church for Remembrance Sunday? No experience needed.
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EVENTS

Heritage Open Days. The church will be open on Friday 20th & Saturday 21st September 2019.
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X Site Keighley Logo

X:site event for children aged 7 - year 7, Saturday 23rd November 2019. Live band, silly games, messy gunge. Read more ...

 

At Keighley Shared Church we aim to be a sign of the love and faithfulness of God in our local community. Visitors and newcomers are welcome to join us at any of our services, and the church is open on Friday mornings for anyone who wants to look around the building or find a quiet space to pray. A number of regular activities, including coffee and lunches, take place in the hall. Our church has congregations from different Christian traditions, which reflects our openness to working alongside others in our community to improve life in Keighley.

Promoting A Safer Church Poster

The care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults involved in Church activities is the responsibility of the whole Church, and we follow the Church of England Policy on Safeguarding.
Read more about our policies.

Click on the links at the top of this page if you want to find out more about the life of our church or if you want to arrange a Baptism or Wedding. If you are doing local or family history research, click here to read about the Parish Registers of St. Andrew's.

Our commitment to ecumenism is symbolised by the World Council of Churches Oikoumene logo which hangs on a pillar in the chancel. The logo portrays the church as a boat afloat on the sea of the world with the mast in the form of a cross.