You are most welcome to be part of our Church Family
Our church building is a Victorian stone rebuild after a fire destroyed most of the Mediaeval building in 1872. There are still some mediaeval aspects of the church still visible. The lady chapel is a particularly interesting part.
We are a friendly, welcoming group, who take great time and effort to make the message of Jesus interesting, understandable, and relevant to everyday living.
Our services tend to be short, lasting between 30 and 60 minutes long, as we place just as much importance to talking together and sharing one another's journeys, joys and concerns afterwards. This, we believe, helps us to support one another, and lend a helping hand, when asked for.
Sadly at this moment in time due to the Coronavirus, there are no Church Services. Things may change. Please look at our Services and Events Section for details.
Visits to the churchyard however are permitted, to sit or to tend graves of loved ones, provided that you are with one other person only at a time and keep a safe distance apart from others in the Churchyard.
We are operating a streamed virtual Service every Sunday from Adwick Rectory at 10.30 a.m.. Details of how to access this on Zoom, can be obtained from our Rector The Rev Ann Walton on 01302 723224, as you need a passcode to view.
She also does a weekly newsletter with readings, poems and prayers to accompany this. Again if you wish to be included, please contact her with your e-mail details at [email protected]
In Normal Times
We enjoy celebrating and hold concerts and a Garden Party at various times throughout the year.
Details of all our events and services can be found on the Calendar of Events on this website.
Enquiries for Weddings please phone Rev Jacquie Gardner on 07827918419
Enquiries for Baptisms please phone Joy Johnson on 01302 723582
Enquiries for funerals please phone Ann Houghton on 07859884891
Pastoral enquiries can be made through this website by telephone 01302 815206 or 07859884891 or e-mail.
<span style="font-size: 1rem;">If you wish to visit the Church at other times, I suggest that you contact us by e-mail so that this can be arranged to view this wonderful building and learn more about its history and spirituality</span>
We can be reached off the A638 Wakefield Road by turning right on to Hazel Lane and following this road up on to Straight Lane in the village of Skelbrooke. The church is at the end of this road.
Alternatively, from Doncaster, travel up to the A638 to Red House Interchange, take A1 North and travel about a mile and take a left turn to Skelbrooke on to Bannister Lane. Turn left at the end of this on to Straight Lane in the village. The church is at the end of this road.
Church of England, St Michael and All Angels, Skelbrooke, Adwick Deanary, Diocese of Sheffield