Whatever your preferred style of worship, we can offer it to you across the Deanery! Our Churches worship in a variety of ways, from a Choral tradition to online Zoom worship, Contemporary worship music and Charismatic. We pray you will find a home to worship God with others.
Most of our Churches follow Anglican Common Worship on a Sunday morning. If you would like something a little different, you might want to try the following as alternatives or try the services advertised below.
For family friendly worship try:
St Oswald’s Sowerby children's activities every week, Godly Play 1st and 2nd Sunday, Worship for All 3rd Sunday, Family Communion 4th Sunday. Youth Group every Sunday evening.
St Oswald's Messy Church every term and Summer Holiday Club!
St Mary’s Welcome service (2nd Sunday of the month) and Family communion (4th Sunday of the month), both at 10am.
Cafe Church at St Wilfrid’s South Kilvington - Worship with cake and drinks, craft activities, and discussion-based discipleship for all ages. (4pm on the first Sunday of the month)
Monthly All Age worship and a monthly Good News Club - a Messy-Church-style event for recent Confirmation candidates and their families for growing discipleship at St Andrew's South Otterington
All Saints Northallerton Breakfast Church, 9:30am every Sunday for an informal, discussion based service
Messy Church All Saints Church, Northallerton on the 4th Sunday of the month at 4pm (except August)
Family Church St James Church, Romanby 2nd Sunday of the month at 4pm (except August)
For alternative styles of Worship:
Contemporary worship - The6 service is a Sunday evening service, focussing on Spirit filled contemporary worship and in depth bible teaching. This runs on the third Sunday of the month at St Mary’s Thirsk and the 4th Sunday of the month at All Saints Northallerton. Both as the name would suggest, at 6pm!
Celtic evening prayer is a quieter and more meditative service of prayer, held at 6pm on the second Sunday of the month at All Saints Northallerton.
Online worship - Zoom service. During Covid a number of people found zoom worship a great way to stay connected with the family of the church. This service has continued online, you are welcome to join any Sunday!
Email email@example.com for the access link.
The Vine Community Thirsk - we are an ecumenical group of Christians in our 20-40s, meeting monthly for worship, discipleship and fellowship. Find out more details @vinethirsk FB and Instagram or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Table Northallerton - meets monthly on a Thursday evening providing a warm and inclusive space for worship for the LGBTQAI+ community. Anyone is welcome.
Connect 2 is an informal monthly Wednesday service meeting at Brompton.
You can find details of all these services through the links to church websites on our home page!