Leeds St Margaret & All Hallows

St Margaret & All Hallows is an inclusive church in inner city Leeds, whoever you are, you will be welcome here!

Leeds, Yorkshire

Opening times

The church is in use and open most days.


Regent Terrace

All Hallows is an unassuming church building which offers a warm welcome to all who walk through the doors.

It was built in the 1970s after the original Victorian church burned down. An extension was added in the 1990s which is extensively used as the home of Rainbow Junktion, our community café. A peaceful garden at the rear offers expansive views over south and west Leeds. The building itself is of little significant architectural importance. Its true significance lies in being a large, welcoming and inclusive space in a diverse, multi cultural and deprived neighbourhood; a place where community groups can gather and people with different life experiences can encounter each other, often eat together, and make friends.

  • Enchanting atmosphere

  • Wildlife haven

  • Accessible toilets in church

  • Café in church

  • Car park at church

  • Level access to the main areas

  • On street parking at church

  • Space to secure your bike

  • Walkers & cyclists welcome

  • Wifi

  • As well as holding a service at 10.30am every Sunday, All Hallows is used by many community groups during the week, for activities such as breakdancing, yoga, choirs, concerts. Rainbow Junktion, our community café, serves hot food on a pay as you can basis most Monday and Thursday lunchtimes. It also runs a Foodshare on Fridays, providing food parcels on a non-referral basis to those in need. Monthly Friday evening Bistros are occasions not to be missed!

  • Church of England

  • Cornerstone Grant, £20,000, 2021

  • To fund urgent roof repairs and keep the church at the heart of the local community.

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