Church of England Diocese of York Ingleby Barwick

St Francis of Assisi

We are a diverse Christian community attracting people of all ages and backgrounds – we hope to make you feel welcome!  

The Parish Church Council of St Francis of Assisi Church has formally adopted the House of Bishops’ ‘Promoting a Safer Church; safeguarding policy statement’ and seek to promote a safer church for children and vulnerable adults. Contact details of the Parish Safeguarding Adviser (PSA): Mrs Chris Mayo, [email protected]

The Diocese of York Safeguarding page: https://dioceseofyork.org.uk/safeguarding

We enjoy Anglican worship that ranges from traditional to contemporary and we want to grow as members of the Body of Christ.

To arrange a Christening or the calling of Banns of Marriage,

please come to the Office Hour held in church every Thursday from 6.30pm.

Our main service times are 8:30am and 10am Sundays, 10am Wednesdays – other services and special events are posted on our Facebook page. You are welcome to attend any of the services on offer at St Francis Church.

Cornerstone Children’s Church meets during the 10am Sunday Eucharist in term time. More than Sunday School, it is an energetic act of worship for children.

Also in term time:

Mondays at 9:30am: St Francis Parent and Toddler Group in the Hall Contact: Jean Lowe 01642312032

8pm: Prayers for Healing and Wholeness

Tuesdays at 9:30am: Noah’s Ark Toddler Church Contact: Fr Clay Roundtree 01642760171

Wednesdays at 1:15pm: Titchies Mother and Baby Group (for babies under one year of age)

Thursdays from 9:30am: ‘Pause’ Cafe Church Contact: Helen Latif 01642762602

Fridays at 1:30pm: Noah’s Ark Toddler Church Contact: Fr Clay Roundtree 01642760171

To enquire about Church Hall bookings please ring Peter Lightfoot on 07799 657555

Get in touch

Fr Clay Roundtree

St Francis House Barwick Way Ingleby Barwick TS17 0WD
(01642) 760 171

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Holy Communion

Every Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. for 40m

Barwick Way
Ingleby Barwick
Stockton on Tees

a service in traditional language from the Book of Common Prayer, 1662.

Book of Common Prayer Refreshments Family Friendly Creche