Church of England Diocese of York Aislaby

Facilities and features

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The toilet is wheelchair accessible from outside, through the Vestry, but there are three steps from inside church

On road parking only

The toilet is wheelchair accessible from outside through the Vestry, but three steps from inside church

There are no steps into church but there are three steps into the chancel and choir with a handrail.

Hearing (induction) Loop

Our Building

See Calendar for open dates and times

Built in 1896 it is a Grade II listed building. Built of coursed squared stone the roof has been renewed in concrete tiles. Cruciform without aisles. North transept tower, north porch and vestry. Apsidal chancel. Paired lancet windows, stepped buttresses. Battlemented tower with round projecting stair turret. Stepped lancet west window. Good oak door. Interior: stone and smooth plaster. Ornamental crown-post roof. High- quality painted glass: west window by W F Curtis Ward and Hughes, 1905, also some lancets. Other windows by Shrigley & Hunt. Good oak choir stalls and communion rail. OSBM on tower base.

Music and Worship

Built by Peter Conacher & Co, Huddersfield and Dublin. Installed in 1910 and most recently restored in 1986. It is a single manual pipe organ with pedals and seven speaking stops

Evensong on 1st Sunday at 3pm

Groups, Courses and Activities

Help for Visitors

There is a community library at the back of church and books may be bought or exchanged. Due to the coronavirus restrictions this amenity is unavailable at the moment

Other Features

We collect contributions of tinned and dry goods and deliver to the Trussell Trust Middlesbrough Food Bank.