Our small but committed SATB choir contributes an introit and anthem to most Sunday services, drawing on a repertoire that spans some five centuries of church music.

Most years, on Palm Sunday, and a Sunday close to Christmas, the choir leads special services of readings and music appropriate to the season. Often on these occasions, we are joined by our friends from Headingley Methodist Church, in which case the service is led by the combined choirs.

The choir is always happy to recruit new members. To express an interest, please contact the Organist and Choirmaster, Ian Lawrie, at



The fine 3-manual pipe organ was originally built in 1939 by the Leeds firm of Binns, Fitton and Haley, for the Cavendish Road Presbyterian Church, which now serves as the Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall in the University of Leeds.

When the congregation moved to the present Headingley site in 1966, the instrument was rebuilt in its new location by Wood, Wordsworth and Co., to a revised specification devised by Donald Hunt, then Master of Music at Leeds Parish Church, who also performed the inaugural recital on 23 April 1968.

The Swell (enclosed), Great and Pedal divisions are housed in a dedicated 2-storey organ chamber, separated by a screen from the main worship space, while the unenclosed Choir organ (above) is open to view on a free-standing chest.