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The church is a Local Ecumenical Partnership with members from the Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed churches.It is part of the Leeds South and West Methodist Circuit and the URC Yorkshire Synod.The premises were shared with Oxford Place Centre, which is to redeveloped as an ethical hotel.In May 2017, "the Church Council realised that attempting to maintain a worshipping community over the period of the re-development would be very difficult.An earlier church of the Holy Rosary was built in Barrack Street in 1886.The present church, which was designed to seat 500 people in the nave and transepts and cost £12,300, was opened by Bishop Pollit of Leeds on 30 September 1937.Previously located at Templar Street in the original Jewish quarter in Leeds (1874), then in St.
It is now maintained by Bramhope and Carlton Parish Council.
Blue Plaque reads: "Built soon after 1860 for residents of the affluent middle class suburb, in 1924 it became a Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, and from 1952 to 1960 the Sinai Reform Synagogue.
From 1961 to 1974, as the Jinnah Mosque, it was the first mosque in Leeds." It is now flats.1903 Chapel, became a church in 1980 with some rebuilding and became part of the Leeds South and West Methodist Circuit in September 2015.
The church was used as the 'Parish Church of St Matthew' in The Beiderbecke Affair.
Renovated and used for Gateway Church and functions including exams for the University of Leeds.