ONE is the Christian leader in this part of West Yorkshire, the other is the leader of Linthwaite Band.
They have both got the same name, Stephen Platten - and there lies the confusion.
For Lepton's Stephen, a photographer in his day job, has been receiving e-mails intended for his namesake, the Bishop of Wakefield, the Rt Rev Stephen.
Now, thanks to the Examiner and Bishop Stephen's acting chaplain, the Rev Brian Maguire, a former Vicar of Huddersfield, the two have been put in touch with each other and the confusion should end.
The Huddersfield Stephen, he's usually known as Steve in banding circles, says that he can trace both their families back to the Great Yarmouth area and thinks that anyone digging back far enough might find that they were related.
It sounds quite likely. The new bishop, consecrated only this summer, was formerly Dean of Norwich for seven years and confirmation came through a hurried conversation with the Rev Maguire that he can indeed trace his family back to the Yarmouth area.
The local Stephen has a further theory that the name, which may have come from the Continent, may be derived from the printing term platen, with just one t, the part which used to press the paper against the metal type and blocks.