We are a church (we like to call it a community of faith, a group of people who follow Jesus) based in Leeds but gathering people from around the region. To find out more, you could look at our vision and values, look at the photo gallery or the intro video, find out about our beginnings, our links with Vineyard Churches UK or read some personal stories of our experiences of God at work in our lives.

Coffee and chat
David spends many Friday afternoons in White's Deli - on Headingley Lane opposite Red's. David will be there between 2.30 and 5.00 pm. Check Twitter and/or Facebook to see if he is there this week. More ...
David Flowers
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Nixons and Wallaces' housegroup
Just for one term, May to July 2015, there'll be an "active group" meeting on Monday evenings, usually starting off at David and Sally's house. We'd love you to come along. More ...
Headingley Buildings
Churches Together in Headingley - current events
Up and coming events arranged in Headingley by Churches Together More ...
David Flowers
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Welcome Supper 1st June 2015
You are invited to come along to the next Welcome Supper on Monday 1st June at the home of David and Alison Flowers. More ...
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Headingley Prayer Walk
Come and join us in praying for Headingley. We meet at Costa Coffee in Headingley at 10am on Wednesday 27th May 2015. All welcome. More ...
Theresa Mundy
What price, generosity? 
Harvest stories from around the Leeds Vineyard - T4:12, HotS and baptisms. More ...
David Flowers
mens festival 2015
Men's Festival 
Hull, Leeds and York Vineyards are holding a Men's Festival on the 12-13 June. Bring a tent, all food is provided. Book your space here. More ...
Ian Ripping
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Come as you are... you are welcome. Full stop. You don't have to dress up or be any particular age. You can bring kids or come on your own. You don't have to be in good health, or employed and we don't mind who you voted for. You can come from any background, culture or race.

Sunday 24 May
11:00amWeekly worship at eleven
Join us from 10.40am for a cup of good coffee or tea, to catch up with friends or to get to know some new people before our service begins at 11.00am. All ages welcome and provided for.
Venue: Headingley Methodist Church
7:00pmWeekly worship at seven
An open service where we will worship, learn and pray for each other.
Venue: Headingley Methodist Church
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During the week you can visit one of the housegroups which meet weekly in homes across the region, and often organise local Reach Out activities. Also check out the special pages for children, young people, men, women and for students and young adultsYou are welcome just to turn up at any of these events - do check the calendar for dates and venue maps.
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Send us a message or
Call us on 0113 245 9111 or
Visit the Vineyard Centre during office hours
Monday, Tuesday or Friday or
Find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter
Join us on Sundays for weekly worship at Headingley Methodist Church

Register on the website once you're part of a housegroup to join an active virtual community for all ages, praying for each other, and receiving a regular news email.

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Also...  Read or listen to recordings of recent talks.  Read some personal stories of our experiences of God at work in our lives.

Romans - Web 1
Romans 3:21-31 The Gospel offers GraceThis article has associated audio
Six big words: righteousness, law, sin, grace, boasting, faith. How do they all fit together? It's a story of grace. More ...
David Flowers
Voting - how to decide
How are we going to decide how to vote? What does the bible say about it? David explores the extent to which our faith is influenced by our politics, or vice versa and then whether we should vote by issue or by candidate, by the policy or the politician. More ...
David Flowers
Voting - Getting involved in society
Ben explores our call to participate in the public square. Our call, like Daniel and friends and the followers of Jesus we read about in Acts, is to live out a radical faith in Jesus. It is therefore important that we engage in society/culture/politics. More ...
Ben Newman
What is Church? A People who Change
The gospel offers the promise and prospect of transformation. Alison teaches from Romans 12:2 to explain how this works and uses frogs as an example! More ...
Alison Flowers
What is Church? A People who Worship
Worship is more than our favourite band belting out our favourite songs. It's about a lifestyle. Phil and Helen, who oversee worship at Leeds Vineyard share some of their story and convictions about living holistic lives of worship. More ...
Phil and Helen Hicks
What is Church? A people of the Resurrection, a fresh start
The resurrection is crucial to Christian faith. It is evidence of the power of God to defeat death and to give everyone a Fresh Start. Three difficulties and three powerful pieces of evidence in considering the truth of the resurrection. More ...
David Flowers