Looking at Churches
Looking at Churches aims to encourage a deeper appreciation of the architecture and decorative arts of churches from a non-denominational and wide perspective. The annual programme is made up of ten illustrated talks given by either group members or invited speakers and two visits. Details of the programme for September 2021-December 2022 can be found by click/tap on coloured text here Looking at Churches 2021/22.
Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at 10am in St Paul’s Church Room; the entrance is on Belford Rd, off Victoria Ave.
Instead of taking payment at each meeting as previously it has been decided to ask members to pay an annual subscription. For this first year we are requesting payment in instalments. For more detail on this and how to pay use the following link Subscriptions 2021
The first instalment group subscription is £10 for September-December 2021
There is currently no waiting list.
For further information contact the group leader Peter Hirschmann.
Below is a view of St John the Evangelist of 1632-4, the oldest church in Leeds City Centre, which the group visited in August 2021.
|By Michael Taylor|
|under CC license|