Welcome to St. Andrew's

  • St. Andrew's Methodist Church is located on Robin Lane in the centre of the historic market town of Pudsey.  

    Sunday worship, including Junior Church, is at 10:30 am. Once a month (often the first Sunday) we share Communion together, and on the fourth Sunday of the month, Messy Church runs alongside the main service. A prayer service takes place each Tuesday from 11:00 -11:30, after which Light Lunches are available. As you can see from the 'Activities' tab above and 'This Week' below, there's plenty going on at St. Andrew's. If you would like to just have a look round, do pop in on a Saturday morning (10:00 -12 noon).

    You are most welcome!


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  • Notices

    COVID- 19

    Please note that for the time being, there are no Church Services.

    Each day at 12:00 noon, our pastoral team will be praying from their own homes for five minutes. Do join in with prayers at home at this time if you are able to do so.


    Please click on the photos to follow the links                                                                        

    This Sunday's worship materials for use at home are available here:









    A Message from Revd Kerry Tankard, Yorkshire West District Chair

    The President's Address 2020

    The Vice-President's Address 2020

    Podcasts are available on the Leeds South and West Methodist Circuit's YouTube channel:



    The Circuit's Facebook Page



    The Leeds South and West Circuit has produced a prayer diary for July and the weekly Bible Study on Ruth.

    Please click on the images.











    A Virtual Church Choir

    The National Methodist Choir provides singers from all denominations, and all corners of the globe, an opportunity to come together to sing. Click on the logo for details.




    The first song of the National Methodist Choir was In Christ Alone.



    The second song, 10000 Reasons, was released on 10th May as part of The Big Church Sing.




    The third song, 'Everlasting Arms' was released on 7th June. The choir sing with the wellknown Christian singer-songwriter, Lou Fellingham.





    Reflections when you are unable to attend a funeral







  • This Week


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