This was my Granny’s local church now long gone (though a bit of the stone wall is still there) I found this on the web:
Designed by Edward Birchall and John Kelly
The partnership between Edward Birchall (1839 – 6 March 1903), who had practised in Leeds since the early 1860s and John Kelly (1840–1904) who had previously been in partnership with Richard Life Adams (1840–1883), was established in 1886.
The church of St Mary of Bethany, New Wortley, Leeds was one of Kelly & Birchall’s earliest projects. Initially worked on by Adams & Kelly, Kelly & Birchall took it to completion. Built in 1885 at a cost of £5,600, it featured a spire of 135 feet and a brick-lined interior. St Mary of Bethany was demolished in 1975. A little bit of my childhood gone.