Welcome to The Street Parishes

A warm welcome to the Benefice of The Street Parishes - uniting four Parishes, seven churches and eleven villages along the B1257. The Benefice starts on the edge of Malton with Broughton and includes Swinton, Amotherby, Appleton-Le-Street, Barton-Le-Street, Coneysthorpe, Slingsby, Fryton, Hovingham, Scackleton and Coulton.

We want to “make Jesus Christ known” to the parishes we live in and welcome you to share our journey of faith. The About Us page has more information on our faith or if you would like to attend one of our services, our calendar can be found on our Bulletin Board page.

Looking to contact us for a wedding, baptism or funeral? There is more information on the Worship page.

Coronovirus Update

While all public worship is still suspended until further notice in order to contain the spread of coronabirus, some of our churches are now open for private prayer. St Helen's Amotherby, All Saints Slingsby and All Saints Hovingham will now be open for a limited time furing the week. Please check notice boards for details. We urge you to continue to pray and be mindful of others.

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If you have a wedding or baptism booked please contact the Rector.

A prayer for those affected by coronovirus

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Join us in prayer for the 72nd anniversary of the NHS.

For more resources and a plain text version of this prayer, visit cofe.io/NHSPrayers.
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Tomorrow's service is now available on our website. Download the liturgy sheet and join in with the service.

https://thestreetparishes.org.uk/fourth-sunday-of-trinity-5th-july-2020/
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Today we commemorate Thomas the Apostle.

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Who are you praying for?

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The Benefice of The Street Parishes
Bishop Stephen Geoffrey Cottrell will be confirmed as the 98th Archbishop of York at 11.00am on Thursday 9 July 2020, in an online video conference. More information on the Diocese of York website.

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The Benefice of The Street Parishes
Here is today’s prayer from the Church of England.

You can access text and audio versions through our website at cofe.io/TodaysPrayer.

Forthcoming events

Nothing from 4th July 2020 to 7th July 2020.

Parish happenings

  • Fourth Sunday of Trinity – 5th July 2020

    Fourth Sunday of Trinity – 5th July 2020

    Join with us for our Fourth Sunday of Trinity service. The service sheet can be downloaded through this link. O God, the protector of all who trust in you,without whom …Read more
  • 28 June 2020- Trinity Three

    28 June 2020- Trinity Three

    Join us for our service this Sunday, the Third Sunday of Trinity. You can download our service sheet here. Almighty God,you have broken the tyranny of sinand have sent the …Read more
  • 21 June 2020 – Trinity Two

    21 June 2020 – Trinity Two

    Download our service sheet and follow our service this Father’s Day and Second Sunday of Trinity. Lord, you have taught usthat all our doings without love are nothing worth:send your …Read more
  • Trinity 1 – 14 June 2020

    Trinity 1 – 14 June 2020

    Our service today starts the season of Trinity or Ordinary Time, but far from being “Ordinary” our reading encourages us to share our Good News with others. Follow the service …Read more
  • Trinity Sunday – 7 June 2020

    Trinity Sunday – 7 June 2020

    This Sunday Archbishop John Sentamu conducts his last service as Archbishop of York. Join with others online by watching on Facebook or YouTube. More details can be found on the diocesan …Read more
  • Pentecost – 31 May 2020

    Pentecost – 31 May 2020

    For fifty days we have celebrated the victory of our Lord Jesus Christ over the powers of sin and death. We have proclaimed God’s mighty acts and we have prayed …Read more