St Mary's Church

Welcome to your parish church in Warthill!

Our church building is open every day during the day for visiting and private prayer, and we gather for Morning Prayer every Tuesday at 9.00am 

We have an All-Age Holy Communion service in the church on the fourth Sunday of the month, and there are services in our other benefice churches on other weeks.

We have a live service of Compline (night prayer) every Wednesday at 7.00pm over Zoom. You can either download the free Zoom app or just join us through your web browser at The Meeting ID is 867 0783 9332.

Get in touch

Rev Kath McBride

The Rectory
30 Church Street

YO19 5PW
01904 489349
What's on

Morning Prayer

Every Tuesday at for 25 mins
St Mary's Church
Warthill York, YO195XL, United Kingdom

Do join us for a service of Morning Prayer in the church building.

To join our Zoom Compline prayer, use
Meeting code 910 7062 0029
(and contact [email protected] for the password) or use this link


We take very seriously our responsibility to safeguard the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults entrusted to the church's care.

The Diocese of York includes the Benefice of Rural East York, which includes St Nicholas, Dunnington and also Holy Trinity, Holtby; Holy Trinity, Stockton on the Forest; and St Mary's, Warthill churches.

All volunteers in positions of responsibility complete the Safer Recruitment process as outlined by the Church of England National Safeguarding Team. They are also expected to familiarise themselves with the Child Safeguarding Policy and Adult Safeguarding Policy, where applicable to their role.

Church of England Safeguarding Principles

We are committed to:

Promote a safer environment and culture.
Safely recruit and support all those with any responsibility related to children, young people and vulnerable adults within the Church.
Respond promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.
Care pastorally for victims/survivors of abuse and other affected persons.
Care pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons.
Respond to those that may pose a present risk to others.
These policy commitments are based on our five foundations:

Human rights and the law.
Core principles.
Good safeguarding practice.
Learning from the past.
Data Privacy Notice for St Nicholas, Dunnington

Each church in the benefice has its own Data Privacy Notice. These can be viewed on request by contacting the churchwarden.

The post of Safeguarding Officer is currently vacant. Please contact the Rector of the benefice, The Reverend Kath McBride in the first instance.

The Rectory, Church Street, Dunnington, Telephone 01904 489349. Email [email protected]