Welcome to The Epiphany at Gipton

 Epiphany Steps

 A Statement of Vision for Mission

Welcome to the Church of the Epiphany Gipton

We aspire to be a welcoming, inclusive and open church that is focused on following in the Way of Jesus and, through the power of the Holy Spirit, supporting God’s mission in Gipton. We do this through being a worshipping, serving and learning community.


Please join us for our worship on Sunday at 10am or at our Mustardseed cafe on Tuesdays 10.30-12.00. Special services and events are posted on this site.


If you are thinking of getting married in our church it is useful to know if you live in the parish. By going to this link and entering your postcode you can click on the map where you live to find the details of your local church. If you find that you do live in our parish and wish to marry at The Epiphany we would be happy to help plan your service. If, however, you don’t live in the parish, but have a connection with the parish (e.g. you were baptised here) you may still be eligible to marry at the Epiphany.

Parish map and location

The Church of the Epiphany serves the parish of Gipton in Leeds, and is part of the Church of England, and the Allerton Deanery in the Diocese of Leeds. To view the boundary of our parish and get a satellite view of our church, click here.

Clergy Contact details  are available on the contacts page


We have a car park, disabled access and a loop system for the hard of hearing

Epiphany Church Hall and Garden

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Our Church Hall is in great demand for use by community groups. If you wish to enquire about availability/costs etc. please contact Mandy Ruddiman on 07450915770 between 6pm and 8pm Monday-Friday only.

For details of forthcoming services please go to our Services page.

Safeguarding – To see our Safeguarding policy please visit the safeguarding page.

Pantomime – it’s that time of year again! For details of dates and how to get tickets please go to the pantomime page.

Photographs and Epiphany logo by Hannah Ali

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Epiphany Star Window by Christopher Webb