Church of England Diocese of Sheffield St James, Ravenfield

About Us

A friendly parish church set in at the edge of the old village looking out over countryside. A fine 1756 church designed by John Carr of York, which has a rare single handed clock on the face of the tower. The interior contains a number of fine hatchments and monuments.

Part of the united benefice of Braithwell, Hooton Roberts and Ravenfield. The Church is set in the village of Old Ravenfield near Rotherham.

Services follow the pattern of an All-Age service on the 1st Sunday of the month at 10am,

Communion services on the 2nd and 4th Sundays and Morning Worship on the 3rd Sunday - all at 9:00am.

If there is a 5th Sunday in the month then there is a service which rotates between the three churches of Braithwell, Hooton Roberts and Ravenfield and is held at 10:00am. Please check for time and venue.

See our services page and contact details.

Vision Statement: 'St James' Ravenfield is a Christian community seeking to share the good news of Jesus by welcoming, sharing, supporting, and demonstrating God's love to all.'