We are a church with a passion to be followers of Jesus who live out His mission – people who are good news in our workplaces, families and friendships. We gather together at various times at the Kairos Resource Base and also in smaller groups called  Mission-Shaped Communities each with a different vision for mission around the Harrogate area.

We take our name from a Greek word: Kairos. It describes a way of talking about time; not chronological everyday time, but the moments when something new happens.  Times like when you first fall in love with someone, or when something suddenly clicks and make sense. In Mark 1 Jesus says “The (Kairos) time has come.  The Kingdom of God is near.”  The message of Jesus is that the time is now.  God is doing something and He is looking for people who will get involved.

Thank you for your interest in our church, we would love you to join us on this adventure we are on together.

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We gather at the Kairos Resource Base at Westcliffe Hall, Harlow Terrace (off Cold Bath Road), at the following times:

1st and 3rd Sunday of the month:

Whole Church Gathering, 10.30am.

Informal gatherings with worship, teaching and time to respond to God together plus plenty of coffee and pastries!

4th Sunday of the month:

The Up,  7.30pm.

Worship,  prayer and space to encounter God.

Every Sunday:

9am Communion.

A reflective service of communion following Common Worship liturgy.

You are very welcome at any of our gatherings!

For more information about our Gatherings please click here.


  1. Claire
    April 2, 2016 @ 4:34 pm

    Just to say a big thank you to everyone who helped me and my daughter, Gillian, when she was poorly during the service on Easter Sunday. We felt so welcome and cared for. Your kindness is an inspiration and was really appreciated.


  2. Emma
    October 21, 2017 @ 8:14 pm

    Hi, we are bringing my grandad of 98 up to Yorkshire for a family tree event. His mum and dad got married at the church in 1914, we originally traced the family tree 2006 or near to this date and the church was padlocked at the gate, so delighted it has reopened. We are coming up on the 27th Dec for a few days, could you please let me know what time the church opens, so we can at least show him inside the church. Many thanks Emma Palmer-Richardson. P.s would you have an original book with there wedding documented. Frederick Richardson to Eliza Jones 7/10/1914.


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