The Way Up Is Down Exhibition

The Way Up Is Down Exhibition

The Way Up Is Down by Leon Varga In 2021 during the UK’s third national lockdown, Hungarian artist Leon Varga was the recipient of a small bursary, awarded to him by Leeds Church Institute. The Way Up Is Down is the product of that bursary – a kinetic sculptural...
LCI Director’s Discretionary Fund – Kidz Klub

LCI Director’s Discretionary Fund – Kidz Klub

Every year Leeds Church Institute’s Team decide on a charitable organisation they would like to make a small donation to in line with upholding their values and commitment to stewardship, partnerships and supporting the impact of equality of opportunity in delivering...
Power to the People – Yvonne Ugarte

Power to the People – Yvonne Ugarte

Six months after completing the role as poet-theologian in virtual residence for Leeds Church Institute, I am delighted to be back wearing a different hat. Between now and the end of the year, I will be sharing material (through blogs, podcasts and other media) which...
Racial injustice and taking action – Part 2

Racial injustice and taking action – Part 2

The second part of the post written by Becky Howcroft on support from White Churches taking action on racism continues here with guidance on the actions of communal listening, effective action and leadership development As an organiser, I would venture that...
Calling Leeds Churches! Get Involved now.

Calling Leeds Churches! Get Involved now.

You may be aware that we are currently working with our 2021 Bursary recipients Artist Leon Varga and Theologian Christine Sharpe to develop their vision for creating resources to enable reflection on life and faith in Leeds. The bursary has been running since March...