The King's Church was launched in November 1989.

A group of Christians had been meeting for some years, on a Tuesday night, in a home in Clifford. This small community was linked to Bridge Street – a thriving Pentecostal church situated in Leeds city centre. Some of the number had a strong desire to see a similar kind of church established in this area. With the help of a team from Bridge Street the church began, meeting at first in the Village Hall, but moving after a year to the “Deepdale Community Centre”. We have been gathering there ever since. Throughout the years the church has steadily grown. Our congregation is composed of people of all ages, and we seek to worship God reverently, yet with informality.

The Clifford home group from which the church started
A newspaper clipping about the first service at Deepdale

“King’s” is affiliated to the Elim Pentecostal movement. We believe the Bible is the Word of God, and as such we are committed to teaching it faithfully, and to living it out in our every day lives.

Our mission statement says: To know Christ and make Him known. This is our “heartbeat.”

We hope we may be able to welcome you at one of our services in the not too distant future.