Welcome to the Website for the Parish of Bardsey

  • Situated 8 miles north east of Leeds, the Parish of Bardsey with East Keswick is the northern most parish in the Archdeaconry of Leeds in the Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales. The Parish is also part of the Allerton Deanery. Our two churches serve the villages of Bardsey, East Keswick, Scarcroft and Wike.     

    Whether you are a member of our congregation or new to the area and looking for places of worship or just interested in historic churches, we hope you find this site informative and interesting

     Our Churches -

    All Hallows, Bardsey, The Parish Church, dates from the ninth century and contains one of the best surviving Anglo-Saxon buildings in West Yorkshire.  Also to be viewed within this church is the Bardsey Millennium Tapestry: a twenty-first century artwork, displayed in an ancient setting.

    Saint Mary Magdalene, East Keswick, a Chapel of Ease, is a Victorian church noted for its ‘mouseman’ furnishings.

    Our web site provides information about both churches and their services, together with special events, parish news and other church related activities.

    Our Vicar -

    Is Reverend Angela Hannafin.   To read her latest message go to our monthly

    message page

    If you wish to contact Angela you may do so via the contact page

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    Latest News...

    Please join us on our Countdown to Christmas as we follow the star to Bethlehem




    We start on December 2nd at 2.00 pm with another of our popular Craft Afternoons for Children and then at 4.00 pm with our annual Parish Christingle Service....

    For more information about all our services over December  follow this link

    Can we help you?
    If you would like someone to visit you or if we can help you, or anyone else, in any way, we would like to know - please leave a message on the contact page and we will get back to you as soon as possible.