Mill Hill Chapel

Mill Hill Chapel is a progressive, inclusive community which seeks to approach the sacred in participation and worship.

Nourished by the deep springs of  Judeo-Christian tradition, we value other religious and spiritual traditions as well as scientific and secular sources.

Our Services

Sunday 10.45am

Morning service with prayers and readings, hymns, music and an address. After the service join us for a cup of tea or coffee and conversation.

Wednesday 1.15pm

Mid-Week Recharge – Lunchtime Contemplation.  An opportunity to pause and find peace. Poetry, music, silence: guided meditation and prayer in the contemplative tradition.

Saturday 12.00noon – 2.00pm

Interbeing Mindfulness Sangha in the plum village tradition of Vietnamese Zen Master Thích Nhất Hạnh. With guided and silent sitting meditation, walking meditation and  readings from Buddhist teachings, discussion and some social time

All our services offer a space of open-minded enquiry to encourage encounter with the sacred and holy.

 

Please note, times of services provided in the above video have been changed since. Please refer to the information at the top of this page.

Appeal!

We need volunteers to help with Thursday Conversation Club for refugees and asylum seekers, 2.30 -4.30 chat, drink tea, meet new friends – please get in touch if you can help. Also, we are running low on funds. If you’re interested in donating to the project or setting up a corporate sponsorship please get in touch! Together we PAFRAS and AI Leeds we reimburse travel costs, so our attendees don’t have to stretch their already extremely low budgets even further. Without this money, most of them will be unable to get us for the day, therefore unable to learn English, improve their quality of life and integrate with our society. CHARITY NO. 1081978.

Tel: 0113 243 3845
Email: jojames.email@gmail.com

1 Comment on Mill Hill Chapel

  1. I have an interest in the chapel because my great grandparents,grandparents and mum where members of the chapel, my mother Berly Gamble and Fredrick George Roberts were Married at the Chapel, I also was baptised at the chapel, I presume my mums parents my grandparents were members too this im not sure but would like to know.I hope and presume that there would also be family members still visiting or members. I know of one and that is Fred Gamble he is a family member my mums cousin.I live in Penzance in Cornwall so I dont get to leeds as much as i would like too but when i do could it be possible to make arrangements to visit the chapel and to speak to someone, minister, ect. I lost my family when i was 3years old as my mum died in 1954 I am trying to find all my family members past and present so if it would be possible for any information of any kind I would be very very grateful. I would like to be involved with the Chapel on a regular basis but as i said living in Cornwall it can hardly be possible. I feel i have a closeness a bond with the chapel and if I lived there in Leeds I would attend. Helen