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Welcome to the Tinshill Free Church website!

Covid19 Update - We currently hold two Sunday Services at the church building - Morning Worship at 10.30am and Evening Worship at 6.30pm. All are welcome but please do not attend if you are ill or have symptoms that can be passed on to others.
We are now operating a voluntary policy in relation to wearing masks i.e. we are not advising people to wear masks if you attend one of our meetings or activities in the building but if you want to wear a mask you are welcome to do so.
We aim to provide adequate ventilation in the building and there is space for people to sit comfortably in household groups. Hand sanitiser is available as you enter the building.

For the time being our mid-week Bible Study/Prayer Meeting on a Wednesday evening at 7.30pm is continuing on Zoom although we hope to start meeting in person soon at the church building for those who can with a Zoom option available if you can't.

We are a group of Christians meeting in Cookridge, in North-West Leeds, and our church exists both to worship God and to reach out to the community with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Our beliefs are based entirely on the Bible. They are those which Christians have believed throughout the centuries since the time of Jesus Christ. You can find out more about what it means to be a Christian here, and about what we believe here.

We would love to see you at any of our Sunday Services or at any other meetings described on this website.

Families and those with young children are always welcome, and we hold regular clubs and events for children and young people, as well as for most other age groups. You can find out more about our regular meetings here.
Tinshill Free Church is an independent, evangelical, Christian church and was founded in 1968, meeting at our existing half-acre site at the corner of Tinshill Lane and Holly Avenue.
The word "Free" in our name means that we are independent of any outside authority, and not part of a denomination; although we do have regular fellowship with other churches and Christians nearby and across the world who also base their beliefs and practises on the Bible.
At first services were held in a hut, but in 1983 the present brick building was erected.

You can find out how to get to us here.