About Us

A beautiful church at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. A friendly atmosphere, and you are always made welcome.

Celebrated its centenary year in 2009.


Welcome to All Saint’s Church in Earby, your church on the hill overlooking our town since 1909. Our building stands back from the main road on the way out of Earby towards Thornton in Craven, surrounded by farmland, with a view across the valley to the West and a backdrop of green, rolling hills to the East.

All Saints is a family church and has a long of caring for and serving our community as the Parish Church in Earby, especially during church festivals such as Christmas and Easter. Many generations of Earby parishioners have been baptised and married in the church over the years, and also laid to rest.

We are a welcoming church community devoted in our love of God and the fellowship we can offer to everyone. Our regular Sunday service of Holy Communion takes place at 9:30am, with refreshments and cake afterwards. On the second Sunday of each month, there is a joint service with our sister church St. Mary’s, Kelbrook, at 10.15am. This will take place in alternate churches. Please do check our calendar and facebook page. We have Messy Church and Wild Garden for our younger members, and a Service of Healing is held on the last Sunday of every month.

Our Vicar, the Rev. Hugh Fielden has been in post since 2007. He also officiates at our sister church, St. Mary’s, Kelbrook, and is also the Chaplain for the British Legion in our area.

Safeguarding of young people and vulnerable adults is the main priority of the PCC. If you have any concerns, or questions, please contact us.