Went when church volunteers where running a soup kitchen. saw two good saxofonist playing 1940 music
Victorian church, built as Grosmont grew as an industrial village. Large, Victorian and well maintained. Good information boards about the history of the village, and context of the church.
We had the privilege of attending a worship service on Sunday. What an encouraging experience. Welcomed warmly, good music, a very meaningful sermon by Canon Stuart Bell that was full of 'fire', very appropriate for Pentecost Sunday. Coffee and biscuits afterwards. Thoroughly…
Called in here after travelling on the NYMR. Nice to be able to visit, but it didn’t have any special features to grab our attention.
This church is easily reached from the railway has a calm and serene atmosphere. It is well worth a visit to sit and let the atmosphere take over. The fabric of the church is well maintained.