St Edmund

A grade II listed building of grand proportions housing interesting heritage artefacts and stained glass windows.

Roundhay, Yorkshire

Opening times

We are open during the week for a wide variety of events and often for evening events including concerts and talks. Events vary throughout the year.
If you wish to visit the church at a specific time please get in touch via the church website.


Lidgett Park Road

St Edmund’s is a grade II listed building in a mixed suburban area within the Roundhay conservation area. The church, which was started in Victorian times, dominates the area and provides an excellent venue for worship, concerts, art festivals, talks and community activities.

The building itself is a significant treasure and houses heritage artefacts including a magnificent Binns organ, community war memorial and significant stained glass windows in a cathedral sized nave.

  • Spectacular stained glass

  • Magnificent memorials

  • Captivating architecture

  • Wifi

  • Walkers & cyclists welcome

  • Space to secure your bike

  • Ramp or level access available on request

  • On street parking at church

  • Level access to the main areas

  • Car park at church

  • Accessible toilets in church

  • Church Services on Sundays 8am Holy Communion, 10am Parish Communion, and 6.30pm various services. 11am Holy Communion on Wednesdays followed twice a month by a simple soup lunch. Coffee mornings monthly usually the 3rd Saturday of the month. Mother and Toddlers Thursday mornings in term time in the church.

  • Church of England

  • Cornerstone Grant, £10,000, 2019

  • Our Cornerstone Grants fund urgent repairs and essential community facilities such as toilets and kitchens to help keep churches open.

  • Preventative Maintenance Grant, £1,358, 2017

  • Our Preventative Maintenance Grants fund small maintenance projects to help keep churches open.

Contact information

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