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Building Work   - Latest pictures from inside the Parish Centre 

Eller Beck Court - Latest information and Contact details

Our churches are open for Mass

It is possible to attend Mass in person at St Stephen's, Skipton and St Margaret Clitherow's Threshfield.  Because of  government guidelines on social distancing numbers are limited. Consequently, if you wish to attend Saturday Evening and Sunday Mass you must obtain a ticket in advance using our online booking system. 


Sacred Heart Chapel at Broughton Hall remains closed for public worship and for the time being Mass is not being celebrated there.


Live Stream from St Stephen's

Please see the Weekly Newsletter for Mass times



18 April 2021 - 3rd Sunday of Easter  

Their joy was so great that they stood there dumbfounded; so he said to them, 'Have you anything here to eat?' And they offered him a piece of grilled fish, which he took and ate before their eyes.                  John 24:41-43

Sunday Morning Children's Liturgy Group

Jesus appears to the disciples and says 'Peace be with you!' He shows them the wounds in his hands and his feet and he eats with them. He asks them to be witnesses to his life, death and resurrection. 

This week the children have been thinking about how to share God's love with everyone and how to work together to make the world a fair and peaceful place.

(Click on any picture to view the gallery)


 Social Distancing Arrangements

Wearing face coverings in Church is mandatory.

St Stephen's and St Margaret's are open at the times advertised in the Weekly Newsletter.

Please click here for the social distancing arrangements for St Margaret Cltherow's


Please follow the directions of the stewards, sanitise your hands on arrival and maintain social distancing:

Please do not use the pews marked as 'closed':

Please light candles from others on the stand:

Please do not use the Lady Chapel:

Please exit the church as directed by the stewards and sanitise your hands as you leave.

Many thanks

YEAR OF THE WORD 2020 now extended to January 2022

"St Mathew's Gospel Unlocked" and "Window on the Word".

Further details can be found here

Unite against coronavirus

A boy in Kenya washes his hands. CAFOD local experts are already in poor communities - improving access to clean water, sharing prevention advice and helping more people to survive the virus.

Out of love for our sisters and brothers overseas, please sign the CAFOD petition asking the Prime Minister to ensure that the most vulnerable people are the priority in the UK’s international efforts as well as at home. 

Sign the petition

'God is wonderful and will look after us'

Wendy, a theatre sister at Bradford Royal Infirmary, with her team.

Please pray for Wendy and her colleagues in Bradford and Airedale.




Live Streaming of Daily Mass and Devotions from Leeds Cathedral

From Holy Mass is live-streamed EACH WEEKDAY at 10.30 am and on SUNDAYS at 11.00am

There is also a live-stream of the Angelus at 12.00 Noon each weekday, followed by praying the Rosary. Details of other devotions are available via the Leeds Cathedral website and Cathedral Bulletin.

 To participate online, please access the Leeds Cathedral Live YouTube channel, where the words of Prayers, Devotions and Orders of Service may be viewed, or downloaded from the Diocesan and Cathedral websites: