Church of England Diocese of York Aislaby

About Us

We are a small but welcoming village church, built in 1896, overlooking the stunning Esk Valley.  We have some very beautiful stained glass windows and an organ built by Peter Conacher & Co., of Huddersfield and Dublin.  The organ was installed in 1910 and the most recent restoration was in 1986, it is a single Manual Pipe Organ with pedals and seven speaking stops.

See the photographs of the exterior, interior, some of the stained glass windows and the organ in the "gallery" at the top left of your screen.

There are no steps leading into the church but the one toilet is in the vestry, reached by three steps.  There is a handrail, and also rails leading to the Choir and Chancel.

We have two regular services a month:

1st Sunday: 3.00 pm. Prayer Book said Evensong service

4th Sunday: 9.00am. Common Worship said Eucharist service

On the 5th Sunday, 10.30 Benefice Eucharist held in rotation between the churches in the Benefice.


31 January - St John, Sleights

30 May - St Hilda, Sneaton

29 August - All Saints, Ugglebarnby

31 October - St Margaret, Aislaby

During the coronavirus pandemic we are opening the church building for private prayer, for times and dates see the calendar section.

There is a community library at the back of the church, but this is currently not available due to the coronavirus restrictions.