Site Updated November 2014
Welcome to All Saints Church, Crathorne
from the Rector, Pam Sanders.
There has been a Christian church presence in the village for many centuries which is carried on both by ourselves at All Saints and at the Catholic Church of St Mary, just up the road from us.
Our regular service times are as below, although when there is fifth Sunday in a month the service may be held in another church, as Crathorne is one of five churches which I look after: the others are All Saints, Hutton Rudby; St Martin, Kirklevington; St Cuthbert, Middleton and All Saints, Worsall. Having 3 churches called 'All Saints' means that I usually have say 'WhichAll Saints' when answering enquiries, particularly for weddings.
The church is in a beautiful position and is itself a lovely building which was rebuilt at the end of the 19th century but still retains some ancient stones. To see All Saints Crathorne in spring, surrounded by daffodils, is very special. The congregation is very welcoming if you would like to attend a service, or you might like to wander in the churchyard and absorb the peace there.
We have special services for Easter, Remembrance, Harvest and Christmas, including a Christingle on Christmas Eve; notices about these are in the church porch some weeks ahead.
All services are Eucharists [Holy Communion] in modern language format.
1st Sunday 9.30am
2nd Sunday 9.30am
3rd Sunday 6.00pm
4th Sunday 9.30am
We look forward to seeing you