Roundhay Evangelical Church

Sharing the love of Jesus


Roundhay Evangelical Church

Our morning services at Roundhay Parochial hall have restarted

…do come along and join us at 10.30am any Sunday morning

…we’d love you to be there…and you’ll receive a warm welcome.

We are delighted you’ve taken time to find out more about us. This website should give you a taste of who we are and what goes on. However, church is not about information or activity – it’s about people. So, please read on, enjoy this website – but better still, if you can, join us and meet us, you’ll be sure to receive a warm welcome and we’d enjoy getting to know you. Simply contact us and we’ll ensure you have the right link for the zoom that suits you. for Adam, our new pastor. for Gordon, our other Elder. for general enquiries.


Here’s a taste of what we are getting up to at the moment…

10 May 2021

Meets to study the bible, pray and enjoy each other’s company….currently by zoom…and happy for you to join

11 May 2021

…to ensure the cogs of REC turn smoothly, oiled with much

12 May 2021

Two groups meet to study the bible, pray and enjoy each other’s company….currently both by

16 May 2021

Our guest services are especially accessible to those who have little or no experience of church and who’d like to come along to see who we are

Roundhay Parochial Hall, Fitzroy Drive,LS8 4AB,
16 May 2021

Gordon will continue his series ‘New testament pictures of the church’, followed by breakout groups to give the chance to chat… and

20 May 2021

A chance for the men to get together, currently by zoom, to have some fun and encourage each other in their faith…do join us if you are able

21 May 2021

Lovely time of fellowship as we study the bible, share and pray together…and we’ll commence our study of

27 May 2021

An evening of fun and friendship for all our ladies to enjoy….do join us on zoom and bring your cake and cuppa to the

Please note, not all of the content of this website is up-to-date as we wanted to leave information visible that would give you a flavour of what we have done, and therefore are likely to do, once ‘normal’ life can be resumed.