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See you next at Chapel Allerton Primary School, 10.30am on May 1st, when we'll be celebrating the dedication of a certain tiny person (yay!), and then also continuing the series on sexuality. This week we are considering ideas of Gender... . God-given? Fixed? Fluid? A concept or fact? Culturally-conditioned, or biologically-determined? None, all, some?

As part of our time together, we'll be hearing from a panel of friends: those working in the area of gender within the NHS, as well as those living out these issues of personal identity everyday - with time for questions & discussion.

  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • WE MEET EVERY SUNDAY AT 10.30am
    at Chapel Allerton Primary School

Welcome to Chapel A

Chapel A is the Baptist church in Chapel Allerton

Originally a congregation planted from Moortown Baptist Church, we have met at Chapel Allerton Primary School since 1994, and in 2002 we became an independent church. In 2008 Hannah Dey joined the church as our cross-church youth worker, and as of 2013, Chapel A has two ministers: Simon Hall & Robin Thomson.

Sundays at 10.30am in Chapel Allerton Primary School are a mix of band-led worship, teaching and ministry with a coffee break part-way through. There is a range of excellent Sunday Club groups for children and young people, and a relaxed style which seeks to take account of modern living and expresses the truth and challenge of the Christian message.

Occasionally we change the format of our Sunday meeting - especially in the summer holidays - and have brunch or go out for part of the day together, instead of having a central meeting at the School.

We work with the other churches in the area to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to this community. Jesus came to demonstrate and share God's love: we are here to continue to discover, live out, and participate in that work.

We welcome everyone to our church.

Chapel A is a member church of the Yorkshire Baptist Association and the Baptist Union of Great Britain.