A CONTEMPORARY art exhibition is to be held at St Thomas's Church, Longroyd Bridge.
The church, on Manchester Road, will host the exhibition - entitled Opportunity - next Saturday and Sunday.
Contemporary art in acrylics, charcoal and textiles - along with church furniture - will be on show.
The work will include pieces by Huddersfield artist Sam Crook.
Her work focuses on the different aspects of people's personalities. It features simplified figures and strong textures, shapes and colours.
Her work is inspired by the three years she spent living in South Africa.
Artist Christopher Bamford will also have work on show.
He has taken St Thomas's Church itself as the inspiration for his drawings.
His work shows the external changes to the building, which was built in 1859 in the neo-gothic style.
Churchwarden Tim Slater said Opportunity was an appropriate name for the exhibition.
He added: "St Thomas' seeks to welcome local community groups and I am pleased that many, as yet unestablished, artists are being offered this wonderful chance".
There will be disabled access, car parking and toilet facilities at the event, which will run from 11.30am to 7pm on both days.