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St Gregory's church

St Gregory's Church stands on The Green, is set in a small churchyard - long since closed for burials - and was built in 1839. It was consecrated on 11th April 1840 by Charles Thomas Longley, the first Bishop of Ripon. St Gregory's Crakehall is a member of the Gateway Parishes.

Priest in Charge (as of July 25th 2017):
Revd. Chris Lawton
The Vicarage, Patrick Brompton.

Pauline Irwin
Tel.: 01677 426021.

Picture of St Gregory's Church, Crakehall, North Yorkshire


Services at St. Gregory's are shared with the Gateway Parishes and as such not all services in St Gregory's are led by the priest. On the first Sunday of the month there is a United Healing Communion at 10am at one of the six parish churches in the community. Thereafter, as a general rule, there is a service in Crakehall on a Sunday at 11am. The fourth Sunday is the lay-led 'Simply Together' service which is particularly family orientated.

We also have a Wednesday Holy Communioin service at 10am.

Benefice Parish Lunch

Takes place in the Bay Horse Inn on the third Thursday each month at 12.30pm.
Contact The Bay Horse on 01677 422548 on or before the preceding Tuesday.

Come along and bring your friends.

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