• Welcome to the Benefice of Buckrose Carrs<


    The members of the congregations of the churches in the Benefice of Buckrose Carrs warmly welcome you and invite you to join with us each Sunday as we gather together to worship God.


    The monthly pattern of services in the Benefice is:

    1st Sunday       0900  St Andrew's, Rillington            CW Communion

                             1100   St John's, Yedingham             BCP Communion

    2nd Sunday      1015   All Saints', Thorpe Bassett     BCP Communion

    3rd Sunday       1015   All Saints', West Heslerton     CW Communion

    4th Sunday       1015   St Hilda's, Sherburn                CW Communion

    5th Sunday       1015   St Martin's, Scampston           BCP Communion

     A copy of the weekly Pew Sheet can be downloaded from our Worship at Home Resources page.

    Sherburn's latest book Sherburn - A History of St Hilda's Church is on sale at Sherburn Post Office and the East Ridng Hotel, or is available by post from:

    anneannecollier@gmail.com or 01904 413554 or 07517 993720. £8 per copy plus £2 p+p.

    Profits to St Hilda's Church and TEAR Fund, a Christian charity that partners with churches in more than 50 of the world's poorest countries.


    Saint Andrew's church in Rillington is usually open for private prayer each day from 0900-1500.

    Saint Martin's church in Scampston is open for private prayer each day from 1000-1500

    All Saints' church in Thorpe Bassett is open for private prayer each day from 1000-1600.

    Contact details for churchwardens are shown on the page for each parish.


    The Benefice Prayer Group meets on the First Tuesday of each month, but for January, it will be the 2nd Tuesday (11th), starting at 5pm for no more than one hour.

    We meet on Zoom when it’s cold, or together (but apart) in Rillington when we can.

    The first half is prayers, prose, bible passages and reflections on a given theme for that month.

    The next part is thinking and talking about the needs within the Benefice – especially in this time without a Rector.

    Finally we offer our whole conversation and the people who live and work in the Benefice to God’s mercy, grace and love.

    January's topic will be: What shall we do with our gifts?

    Interested?  – for more details contact rwood16@btinternet.com.



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