Church of England Diocese of Leeds Batley

About Us

Welcome to All Saints Parish Church, Batley. Christians have been worshipping on the site of the current church since before 1086. Today's church building dates from 1485, and is one of the finest and oldest stone buildings in Batley. Our worship is centred on the celebration of Holy Communion.  We have a monthly service pattern as follows:Traditional Holy Communion (first and fourth Sundays); traditional Morning Prayer (second Sunday); All Age Communion  (third Sunday); cafe Church (fifth Sunday).

We are a worshipping community which is Christ centred and family-friendly seeking to make Jesus known to those around us. Why not come and join us? We would be happy to see you!

Applications for baptisms and weddings are welcome throughout the year.

Our priests are the Revd Dr Martin Naylor (Incumbent) and Revd Mark Umpleby (Associate) and our Safeguarding Officer is Mr Richard Martin.  The Safeguarding pages and contact details for the Anglican Diocese of Leeds may be found here https://leeds.anglican.org/safe