Welcome to Morley Community Church

We are based at Zion Chapel, Merlyn-Rees Avenue, 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 normally held at 10am in Zion Chapel… 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 please make your initial applications to our partner Time For God www.timeforgod.org

              


Morley Community Church News

Nov 27

Marta, Zsoka, Pam and Andy represented the church at the 2021 Remembrance Parades at Morley and Tingley. Marta and Zsoka laid wreaths.

Nov 01

On Sunday 7 November we held a special Remembrance Service for the six service men commemorated on graves in the grounds of Zion Chapel. ASR Gavin Dickson from SASRA (Soldiers and Airmens Scripture Readers Association) was our guest speaker.

The event was attended by the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and other members of the Town Council along with the British Legion Colour Party and Salvation Army bugler Paul Mortimer. Clive McManus from the Morley History Society gave a presentation about the men.

Oct 15

The Church magazine for September and October can be downloaded by clicking here.

Sep 27

On Sunday 26 September we celebrated Harvest. The previous users of Zion Chapel did not hold Harvest Festivals so it will be the first time for one to be held in the building for many years.

Sep 17

Zsoka Antal (left) and Marta Vaczo have arrived from Hungary to be our gap year volunteers for the next year.

Sep 13

It is our intention to open up the Zion graveyard as a Community Garden. The project has received the support of Andrea Jenkyns MP (For more details see).