The Parish Church of All Saints Slingsby lies on the western side of the village. The present church was built in the late 1860s in the image of its predecessor on the site, which had to be demolished. It is therefore mainly 15th century in style with Victorian modifications.
Along with neighbouring parishes, Slingsby’s Anglican church belongs to the Benefice of the Street Parishes, which is part of the Diocese of York.
All Saints Church has published two new updated guides to the church building arising from recent research by Dr. Dav Smith from the University of York. Local History Group members and Slingsby School were also involved with the preparation of these. The two colourful guides give the history of the church and point out the key features. The adult guide costs £2.50 and the children’s guide 75p. Both are available from the church.
In 2018 a major project has gained Heritage Lottery Fund support. It aims to replace roofing material, install CCTV and create a new Local History Resource Centre and exhibition area in the church. More details here.
The original Slingsby Church Time Capsule of 1867 was unearthed in 2015 and a new one buried in 2016. More details HERE
Earlier, a major appeal had started in 2009 to raise funds to restore the church tower. Work eventually commenced in March 2012 and was sucessfully completed in May 2012. Read more about the All Saints Church tower restoration and appeal here.
If you wish to help protect Slingsby’s heritage and one its its most important buildings, please consider becoming a Friend of All Saints Church Building. Please email [email protected] for more information.
The latest news and events from All Saints Church can be found below:-
10.30a.m. to 12.p.m.
The Green, Slingsby
In aid of All Saints Church roof repair fund.
Please help us reach our fundraising target which we have to achieve for a successful Heritage Lottery Fund bid.
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Can you spare an hour on Sat 17 Nov at 10am to help sweep them up?
The magnificent sycamore tree in All Saints Churchyard is one of the crowning glories of Slingsby village. Home to millions of bees and other insects and birds which enjoy it all year round. However, during November it drops tons of leaves on the paths which can lead to them becoming very slippery.
Refreshments will be provided.
Please bring a sweeping brush or rake and a pair of gardening gloves.
All Saints’ church is kept open by the hard work and dedication of a very small – and ageing – congregation. Although attendance at Sunday services is often very small, we know that people in Slingsby love All Saints, and appreciate it being there for Festivals, Marriages, Christenings and Funerals. We would warmly welcome new members of the congregation. Please do feel free to just ‘turn up’ whenever is convenient. Alternatively, if you can’t make Sundays but have a great idea for alternative times and dates, do let us know what might suit you …..some of us are very interested in more church-in-the-pub events.
All Saints Church contacts
Reverend Martin Allwood [[[ Email: [email protected] ]]]
Churchwarden: Ann Wilson 01653 628853
PCC Chair: Kate Giles: email [email protected]k.ac.uk
Street Parishes Website: http://www.thestreetparishes.org.uk/slingsby.html
Slingsby Methodist Church
The Methodist Chapel was built in the late 1830s on a site adjacent to the village green. John Wesley himself had preached in Slingsby in 1757. Chapel and Church hold regular combined services.
Methodist Chapel contacts
Rachel Prest 01653 628277;
Audrey Foster 01653 628643
Email: [email protected]
The Home Fellowship Group continues to meet fortnightly on Wednesday evenings and we offer a warm invitation to all to join us.
METHODIST SERVICES AND EVENTS
For details of services and events September – November 2018 (info correct as at 10 Sep) follow this link: Methodist events Sep-Nov 2018
The latest news and events posts (on this website) relating to Slingsby Methodist Church can be found below:-
Researching your family history? View the local burial records guide.