St Denys, York
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St. Denys is a traditional Anglican Church committed to sharing and celebrating the love of Christ within our local community.
Our services are held in a beautiful medieval church containing some of the oldest stained glass in York. Services are contemplative in style and communion is taken every Sunday. Sung worship is led by an organ (we are fortunate enough to have our very own organ scholar).
In addition we offer an attractive and accessible programme of regular one-off events including concerts, prayer evenings and cultural and heritage open days.
We would very much love to welcome you to our church.
Sunday - 10am (BSL signed service first Sunday of every month)
Wednesday - 9.30am
Save our church from falling down!
As many of you will know, St. Denys, Walmgate, is a medieval, Grade I listed church within the York city walls, housing some of the oldest stained glass in the country alongside a number of other valuable Norman, Medieval and Early Modern treasures. Sadly, recent archaeological and architectural investigations have revealed that the north aisle of St. Denys is in need of immediate repair. We are progressing a substantial grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to begin work. However, due to the criteria of the bid the congregation still has to fund a large proportion of the work: £100,000! Hence, our appeal for support through crowdfunding at: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/StDenysYork-NorthAisleAppeal. Any help, will be more than gratefully received. Thank you.
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|In addition to opening for services, the church is usually open from Palm Sunday until the end of September on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays between 10am-4pm|
|Please contact Ann White on 01904 633103 for details regarding the church hall.|
The current editor is: Mary Brooks