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Welcome to MBC

Good afternoon and a very warm welcome to Moortown Baptist Church. MBC is a community of Christians that seeks to love God and live generously. We are an active church based in the Moortown and Alwoodley area of North Leeds, while at the same time gathering many people from surrounding towns and villages. We are a church of people from different cultures and backgrounds. We are here to help people meet God, to grow in relationship with one another and to make a difference in today's world. There are many exciting things happening here at MBC, some of which you will see highlighted below. For more information please visit our About Us page and have a browse around our site...
 


Messy Church meets Sunday morning

August 27, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Messy Church meets Sunday morning Last Sunday morning 23rd August the service was church with a difference. There were 12 activity stations, refreshments in the middle of the service, a short talk, worship and prayer. The activities were devised so that people of all ages could access them at different levels, with some just enjoying the process of making and […]
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Community BBQ, Saturday September 12th

August 27, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Community BBQ, Saturday September 12th Just under a year ago a number of people from MBC got involved in something called Living Local. The idea behind the LL project is to build and enhance community cohesion on and around Moortown’s Lingfield estate. The group’s first event took place back in January at Allerton Church of England Primary School when those who attended […]
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The Drama of Living: Becoming Wise in the Spirit. “A deeply moving, illuminating book” says Haddon Willmer, one we should all read

August 25, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for The Drama of Living: Becoming Wise in the Spirit. “A deeply moving, illuminating book” says Haddon Willmer, one we should all read I have just read a deeply moving, illuminating book, The Drama of Living: Becoming Wise in the Spirit (Canterbury Press, 2014). It is so good I would like to persuade all my friends to read it. The author is David Ford (left) until recently Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, not only a learned, […]
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Contemplative Creativity – a time and space to connect with God

August 18, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Contemplative Creativity – a time and space to connect with God This offers a relaxed morning and a contemplative afternoon from 9.45am – 3.30pm on Saturday 12th September at Stainbeck URC, Meanwood. Further information from Sally Baker or phone 07946 592 117. The cost is £8.50 and all materials will be provided, unless you would like to bring your own. Be reassured, no artistic ability is necessary! […]
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Dave Keir’s wraps up his month in Mongolia with a debrief video and some pictorial feedback

August 18, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Dave Keir’s wraps up his month in Mongolia with a debrief video and some pictorial feedback For three weeks during July 2015 Dave Keir, Judith Callaghan, Rosie Carter and Gina Chang were one of 9 teams taking part in the Amity Foundations Summer English Programme in China. The aim of the programme is to support Chinese primary and secondary school teachers of English to improve their English speaking and listening skills. […]
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Now safely back in Leeds Beth McEwan shares the last of her pictures from India

August 13, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Now safely back in Leeds Beth McEwan shares the last of her pictures from India Two weeks in India’s sweltering heat, constructing and painting a toilet block may not be everyone’s idea of the best way to spend a major part of your summer holiday. But as we’ve been seeing that’s exactly what Beth McEwan and a group of her friends from Abbey Grange High School have been doing. The work was […]
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News from the Drews – August 2015

August 12, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for News from the Drews – August 2015 Almost four months on from the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal, Chris and Debbie Drew bring us up to date on a country “overwhelmed with ashes, mourning and despair.”
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Summer update from Leeds Citizens

August 11, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Summer update from Leeds Citizens Tom Chigbo, Leeds Citizens’ local organiser has just sent out a summer update. In it you’ll find out about the progress the project is making on a number of issues including: mental health, the living wage and the Leeds Credit Union. You can access the full newsletter by clicking by following this link  http://us10.campaign-archive2.com/?u=3cb74639faf6c8875903e9a1d&id=ff609eb5e4&e=af56b9fa64 Tweet This Post
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Barcaple 2016 – 4th to 9th April… save the date

August 11, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Barcaple 2016 – 4th to 9th April… save the date News just in from Gary that the 2016 young people’s residential to Barcaple will take place between the 4th and the 9th of April. Watch this space for updates. Tweet This Post
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Haddon Wilmer urges us to read Roy Searle’s blog on the migrant crisis – here’s just the beginning, see below for the link to Roy’s full article

August 6, 2015 News
Thumbnail image for Haddon Wilmer urges us to read Roy Searle’s blog on the migrant crisis – here’s just the beginning, see below for the link to Roy’s full article “Rediscovering what it is to be human and that every human being matters.”  It was an unexpected and very pleasant surprise. Occasionally I help out at the local United Reformed Church and yesterday led their morning service. Expecting a handful of people in the congregation, predominantly elderly, it was wonderful to welcome a party of over […]
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