Our Services

Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions we are currently only able to offer the following services in St Oswald’s Church:
0800 BCP Eucharist
0930 Said Eucharist with Cantor
1800  Choral Evensong with Cantor (Every 2nd and 4th Sunday)

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0900 Monday, Wednesday and Friday – Morning Prayer
2100 Monday, Wendesday and Friday – Compline service
0930 Sunday Eucharist


You are most welcome to join us at our churches in Guiseley and Esholt

Sunday Services at St Oswald’s Church Guiseley

08:00 Eucharist Book of Common Prayer
09:30 Sung Eucharist Common Worship, Order One, except Second Sundays.
09:30 All Age Service Second Sunday of every month  A family friendly service
11.15 Choral Matins Second Sunday of the month
11.30 Baptism First Sunday of the month
18:00 Choral Evensong Second & fourth Sunday of the month. Book of Common Prayer.
18:00 Evening Prayer 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday. Book of Common Prayer

Sunday Services at St Paul’s Church Esholt

11:15 Eucharist 1st, 3rd and 4th Sundays of the month: Common Worship Order One, includes Baptism 4th Sunday. Please note: no service on the 2nd or 5th Sundays

Weekday Services

10:00 Eucharist 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at St Paul’s Esholt
10:00 Eucharist Thursdays at St Oswald’s Guiseley
09:00 Morning Prayer Mondays and Fridays at St Oswald’s Guiseley

Prayer Group – Time with God
10.30am Tuesday mornings in St Aidan’s Chapel in St Oswald’s Church

9pm First Thursday of every month in the Lady Chapel at St Oswald’s Church Guiseley. Compline is a service of evening prayer, forming part of the Divine Office of the Western Christian Church, traditionally said (or chanted) before retiring for the night.

Healing Service
7.30pm Third Wednesday of every month in St Aidan’s Chapel at St Oswald’s Church Guiseley.
If you or a loved one are in need of God’s merciful, healing touch, do come along to our service of healing and wholeness.  ‘He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds’ – Psalm 14