Welcome to Morley Community Church

*** Important Notice ****

Due to Covid19 restrictions we are not currently holding meetings at Newlands Church, all service and mid-week activities are on Zoom.

We are based at Newlands Church, Albert Drive, Morley, West Yorkshire, UK but also meets at other venues around the town. The church was formed in 2000 by local Morley people who believe the gospel and want to share it with others in the town. The church is a member of the Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches.

We are evangelical. Our position is mainstream Chrisitanity, we believe the Bible is entirely trustworthy and reliable and want to proclaim its message.

We are congregational. The church is self governing with members having an important part in running and organising its affairs.

We are Baptist. We encourage Christians to publicly declare their faith in baptism by full immersion.

Service. Our main Sunday Service is held at 10am in Newlands Church… details


Our Mission: Sharing the love of Jesus, helping people, nurturing the church

TFGEVS/ESC Volunteers: If you are interested in working as a volunteer with Morley Community Church as part of the EVS or ESC programmes please make your initial applications to our partner Time For God www.timeforgod.org


Morley Community Church News

Nov 15

Following the announcement of a national lockdown we have returned to holding our morning services on Zoom. There will not be a meeting at Newlands Church.

If you would like to join us on Zoom please e-mail for the joining instructions.


Nov 14

We took part in the Tear Fund Big Quiz Night using Zoom and raised £625. The evening included an Auction of Promises where donors offered services such as baking a cake, cleaning windows or holiday accommodation in Cornwall, which were auctioned off.

Oct 11

From Sunday 23 August to 1 November we resumed a regular Sunday Morning Worship Service. The services on 23 & 30 August were held in Zion Chapel (LS27 9SZ) after that we returned to our normal venue at Newlands Church.

Oct 11

On Saturday 14 November we will be taking part in the Tear Fund Big Quiz Night, in the run up to that we have set up a challenge to raise money for the Tear Fund toilet and tap twinning project. At the Harvest service everyone took home collecting boxes for loose change made out of old toilet rolls.

Oct 11

This year to celebrate Harvest a group from the church went out collecting litter along the path from the station, the ginnel off Clough Street and outside Seven Hills School. It did not take long to collect 15 sacks full.

On Saturday evening (10 October) we had a social evening on Zoom with quizzes and informative video centred on the topic of water.

Our Harvest Service was led by Tony Lee with some people gathering in the church building and others participating via Zoom.

Oct 03

Click on this link for the October & November 2020 edition of the church magazine