Headingley Methodist Church Hall

Headingley Methodist Church (HMC) is a friendly, warm and welcoming community of Methodists in the very heart of Headingley, the famous suburb of Leeds.

Opened in 1845, the church is a fine example of an early Victorian Methodist chapel and still retains its historic appeal. There has however been considerable modernisation over the years, and the church now serves many purposes; nonetheless the main function of the building is still very much as a place for Christian worship and witness, and outreach to the local and wider community. As well as the church itself, the building comprises several other rooms which are put to a variety of uses by various groups during the week