St Aidan's, Gillamoor


Update 9th January :-

Services at St Aidan's have been suspended during the current national lockdown.  We will be offering weekly worship via zoom, as well as online Reflective services during this time.  Please see the 'Home' page for details.




St Aidan's Church is in the moorland village of Gillamoor, three miles to the north of Kirkbymoorside.

The church stands on a well-known local beauty spot, Surprise View, overlooking the North York Moors.

There has been a church on this site since 1284, although the present building was entirely rebuilt in 1802 by a local stonemason from Farndale, James Smith. The church was restored in 1880, and furnished by Temple Moore in 1908 (see The present pipe organ was originally in Fairburn Church and was moved to St Aidan's in 1959.

Also within the village of Gillamoor are to be found the local Church of England Primary School ( and The Royal Oak Inn ( .
















1st Sunday of the Month  8.45am Holy Communion (Common Worship Order Two)

2nd Sunday of the Month  6.30pm United Service with the Methodist community

3rd Sunday of the Month  8.45am Holy Communion (Common Worship Order Two)

4th Sunday of the Month  6.30pm Evensong (Book of Common Prayer)


Midday Prayer is said every Monday at 12.00pm.


For further information, please contact Brenda Robinson (01751 / 432738)