St MARY'S CHURCH, Roecliffe

Set near a beautiful village green, this unusual barrel-vaulted neo-Norman church is appealingly simple inside and out, but has many interesting furnishings including: a Jacobean pulpit, a 17th Century communion table, a series of carved panels in the vestry, a vestry door from York Minster, and an east window designed by Barnett of York.

Address: Roecliffe, York, North Yorkshire YO51 9LY

The church is open Saturdays and Sundays 10.00am to 17.00pm from April to November. Weekday access is available through a local keyholder, information displayed at the church.

Access Information:  Parking is available along the road in Roecliffe village. The church is at the end of a long churchyard path. Some disabled parking is available outside the church. There are some steps up into the main door of the church. Wheelchair users will require assistance to access the church.

 

Services: Despite the church being redundant, services are still held on a monthly basis in the church, and it is also used as a venue for concerts.  There are always services on Christmas Day, Easter Day and there is also a Harvest Festival service and a Carol Concert.