- Pocklington Group of Churches - All Saints Pocklington

All Saints Pocklington

All Saints, known locally as the "Cathedral of the Wolds", is a beautiful Grade 1 listed medieval building set in the centre of the bustling market town of Pocklington, at the foot of the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds.

The present church was built between 1190 and 1460 but there has been Christian worship on the site since the 7th century, when St Paulinus first preached in Pocklington and baptised many in the adjacent Pocklington beck.

The Church is open daily, offering a quiet place for prayer and reflection. The many visitors enjoy its rich history and architecture. The building is well used by community and charity groups as well as for Church activities and events.

Much as we love our beautiful, ancient building, we recognise our facilities are limited. We have made many improvements over recent years, but there is still much to be done.

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Very many thanks for your support.
All Saints Pocklington

Wardens
Mr Nigel Laws and Mrs Hilary Slow

Subject to the necessary Health and Safety Guidelines, churches may now open for public worship and private prayer.
We are pleased to inform you that services will resume on Sunday 26 July.

Church will also be open, for private prayer only, on Tuesdays 11am - 1pm.
For more information see page 2 of the Reopening Guide for the Pocklington Group of Churches.