• In accordance with Diocesan regulations, this Benefice is committed to adopting the policy of safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.  Please see the 'Parish Safeguarding' page for more details /parish-safeguarding/
    We are following the current guidance issued by the Church of England, in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


    Update 26th July.......

    ** Face masks are now optional, but you are invited to wear one if you wish.

    ** Hand sanitising and signing in are now optional but preferred.

    ** Currently, singing will not take place inside churches throughout the Benefice.  (guidelines will be reviewed in the next few weeks)

    ** All churches are now open for prayer during daylight hours.

    (these changes are implemented with a view to moving forward but in a way that ensures that everyone continues to feel comfortable and safe and are subject to review over the next few weeks)



    Regular weekly services of Holy Communion inside All Saints’ Church have now resumed on the first, third, fourth and fifth Sundays at 10.30am. It is hoped to live stream these services via zoom (technical issues permitting).  Link details will be listed further down this page.

    On the second Sundays during August (and possibly September) a service of Morning Praise with singing will be held at 10.30am in the Millennium Garden.

    Please bring along a chair if you wish. There will be some seating provided for those who cannot carry a chair.  If you require any assistance with access, please let Katrina know.

    Please do wrap up, but if the weather is really bad then the service may be moved into the church.  SADLY, THESE SERVICES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON ZOOM.


    Details of services at All Saints' Church :-

    First Sunday - 10.30am Holy Communion

    Second Sunday - 10.30am Morning Praise in the Millenium Garden (do come along and sing together)

    Third and Fourth and Fifth Sunday - 10.30am Holy Communion

    Every Wednesday - 10am Holy Communion (BCP)



    St Mary's Farndale now has a service on the second Sunday of each month - 2.30pm Holy Communion.


    St Michael's Edstone now has the following services :-

    First Sunday of each month - 11.00am Morning Praise

    Third Sunday of each month - 11.00am Holy Communion (Common Worship)


    St Aidan's Gillamoor now has a service on the third Sunday of each month - 8.45am Holy Communion (BCP).


    St Nicholas' Bransdale now has a service on the first Sunday of each month - 2.30pm Holy Communion.



    Sunday 1st August 2021 - Ninth Sunday After Trinity 10.30am Holy Communion at All Saints' Church - link for live stream (10am for 10.30am start) :-


    Katrina Lane is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. 

    Topic: Katrina Lane's Zoom Meeting 
    Time: Aug 1, 2021 10:00 AM London 

    Join Zoom Meeting 

    Meeting ID: 749 192 9021 
    Passcode: alpacas 


    For the service sheet, please click on this link - Holy Communion in Ordinary Time




    A weekly reflective service for worship in isolation is also available, please click on the link below...

    Reflective Service - Sunday 1st August (Ninth Sunday After Trinity)





    For various music on All Saints Church Kirkbymoorside Creative Media Channel on YouTube, click on the following link....





    In Prayer and Blessing, 

    Mark (Priest)














    "Nurtured in faith to grow in holiness"
    Welcome to
    Kirkbymoorside Parish
    the home of
     The Church of England Benefice
    Kirkbymoorside, Gillamoor, Farndale and Bransdale
    with Edstone.
    Located within the Diocese of York (www.dioceseofyork.org.uk) and the Deanery of Northern Ryedale (www.northernryedaledeanery.org), the Benefice is centred on the market town of Kirkbymoorside, on the A170 between Helmsley and Pickering.
    The Benefice covers over 100sq.miles in and around The North York Moors National Park (www.northyorkmoors.org.uk) .
    For further information about each of the Churches in the Benefice -
    simply click on the tag at the top of the page.
    For further information about the life of the community in Kirkbymoorside and the surrounding area,
    In accordance with Diocesan regulations, this Benefice is committed to adopting the policy of safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.  Please see the 'Parish Safeguarding' page for more details /parish-safeguarding/

    The Parochial Church Council of Kirkbymoorside with Gillamoor, Farndale and Bransdale is Registered Charity Number 1182973


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