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Easter Season



In order to be Covid secure, pre-booking for the Easter Season Sunday services is essential (25 places available)

St Clement’s book with

Mary Andrews 01904 624132 or with

Judith Rigg rigg892@btinternet.com

St Chad’s book with

Mary Banbury 01904 703224, marybanbury@googlemail.com

Sunday 9 May

10.30am Eucharist at St Clement's

    booking essential from Monday 3 May

12 noon zoom worship

Sunday 16 May

10.30am Eucharist at St Chad's

    booking essential from Monday 10 May

12 noon zoom worship


Sunday Worship

A Eucharist at 10.30am is held in St Clement's or St Chad's Church each Sunday. The details are above and booking is essential.

The  zoom service at 12 noon continues  (Email John Day for Zoom details).

You can watch a video of the Sunday worship below or via our Facebook page, click here to access it.

St Chad's: Campleshon Road York YO23 1EY

St Clement's: Scarcroft Road York YO23 1NE

Weekday morning worship

Join us for morning prayer via Zoom on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9:30 am.  Email John Day for the Zoom link.

Weekly Bible study

Join us for our weekly BIble study on Tuesday at 7.30 pm, via Zoom.  Email John Day for the Zoom link.

Regular service pattern

at St Chad's

Sunday morning worship

10am: Parish Communion

Traditional sung communion service with hymns and a sermon lasting about an hour.

4:15pm: Worship Service

Informal worship designed for all ages lasting about 45 minutes including Bible readings, music, teaching and prayer activities, followed by a free hot meal. 

Weekday morning worship


10:30am: Communion Service

A short said communion service lasting about half an hour with a sermon.


Wednesdays – Saturdays

9am: Morning Prayer

20 minutes of prayer and scripture to start the day. 

Monthly worship

Taize Service; 1st Thursday @ 7pm

 A time of prayer and quiet reflection lasting about half an hour using the music from the Taize community alongside Bible readings and prayer. 

Prayer meeting: 3rd Wednesday @ 6pm

A time of prayer together lasting about half an hour, for the needs of our world and community.