St Denys, York
- About Us
- Find Us
- Contact Us
- Services and Events
- Features and Facilities
- More Info
Built on the site of a Saxon church and possibly a Roman temple, this small mediaeval church was first recorded in c.1154. Its unassuming exterior belies the fine collection of mediaeval stained glass, including the earliest in York, which illuminates the interior. A sculpted Norman doorway and a 15th century heraldic roof are also worthy of note. One of only about 40 English churches dedicated to St Denys, whose figure can be seen in the 15th century east window.
You are seeing this message instead because your browser has not loaded the program code to produce the map.
This could be for a variety of reasons, including:
- Regular Services
(Hymn Books / Orders of Service etc.)
|In addition to opening for services, the church is open from Palm Sunday until the end of September (except on race days) 9am-5pm.|
|Please contact Ann White on 01904 633103 for details regarding the church hall.|
The current editor is: Mary Brooks