Welcome to

St John's Bradshaw



St John’s is committed to the Safeguarding of Young People and Vulnerable Adults. Our Parochial Church Council has based its policy on the Church of England's policies and best practice on Safeguarding, which may be found on our Diocesan website –https://www.leeds.anglican.org/safe

The diocesan safeguarding team can be contacted via:-

Email address – safeguarding@leeds.anglican.org

Tel – 0113 3530257

St John's policy is updated annually. The Parish Designated Safeguarding Officer is Mrs Jackie Young who can be contacted at church or on 07949 710772.



Holy Communion

A service of Holy Communion at 9.30 am. Please see the risk assessment document to view our safety protocols.


Our Christmas events card is now out. Find it on our What's On page. 

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  • Messy Church Christmas
    Sat, 04 Dec
    In the St Johns Community Centre
    04 Dec, 14:00 – 16:00
    In the St Johns Community Centre
    Messy Church is Back! After over a year Messy church is finally back with our Super Special Messy Church Christmas Event. Stories, Craft, Games and Food for all the family.
  • Christmas Fayre
    Christmas Fayre
    Sat, 11 Dec
    St John's Community Centre
    11 Dec, 11:00 – 14:00
    St John's Community Centre
  • Christingle Service
    Christingle Service
    Sat, 18 Dec
    St John's Church
    18 Dec, 16:00
    St John's Church
    Our annual service of fun and carols, to raise money for the Children's Society.
  • Christmas Carol Service
    Christmas Carol Service
    Sun, 19 Dec
    St John's Church
    19 Dec, 18:30
    St John's Church
    Join us for a seasonal favourite with Christmas carols and the Christmas story, followed by refreshments of mulled wine and mince pies or cake.
  • Midnight Mass or Holy Communion
    Midnight Mass or Holy Communion
    Fri, 24 Dec
    St John's Church
    24 Dec, 23:30
    St John's Church

St John's risk assessment protocols for the re-opening of church for public worship.

A Church Update: what to expect when attending.


As we transition into relaxing of restrictions, we are conscious that there is still some way to go, and people’s welfare and safety, both yours and ours, remain our priority.


With this is mind, certain measures will stay in place:


We will continue to ask you to use hand sanitiser as you come into church and to leave your details for test and trace.


We recommend that you continue to wear a face covering while in church.


While social distancing and sitting in bubbles only is no longer mandatory, we ask you to give each other space, and not to congregate inside the church to talk.


There will be no change to how we currently conduct and celebrate Holy Communion.


We will be singing hymns again and offering refreshments in the Community Centre following our Sunday Service.