Welcome to our District website

Welcome to the website of the West Yorkshire District of the Methodist Church. The Methodist churches in the West Yorkshire District share in the calling of the Methodist Church to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Jesus Christ and to live out our discipleship in worship and mission.

New on the Site


Copies of Roger Walton's new book, 'Disciples Together' are now available to purchase from the District Office. Further details are available on the News page.

A new page called 'Property Matters' has been added to the Resources section of our website. The page will include useful information and links relating to church property provided by the District Property Consents Panel.

A selection of photographs taken at the recent Welcome Services is available by clicking here.

A report from the Autumn Synod is available here.

The President of Conference, the Revd Dr Mark Wakelin, visited the District between 23 and 25 March 2013. A selection of photographs from the visit is available by clicking here.

Links to Roger Walton's slides and his paper on small groups from the District Vision Day held in October 2012, together with links to the other resources covered on the day, can be found on our News page.

The worship resource packs mentioned at Synod can be downloaded on our new Services
page, which is part of the Resources section of the website.

The new issue of the CLAY (Christians Learning Across Yorkshire) leaflet can be be found on the Newsletter page. The leaflet contains details of learning sessions and short courses on a wide variety of topics running between March and September 2014.

There are details of some new vacancies on the Vacancies & Opportunities page.

On the Events page there are details of upcoming conferences, courses and programmes.
The Revd Dr Roger L Walton, Chair of the West Yorkshire District. Read Roger's message of welcome.
The President and Vice President of Conference. The blog of the The Revd Ken Howcroft and Mrs Gill Dascombe. Read about the places they visit, the people they meet and the issues that concern them.

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