Welcome to the website of the parish church of All Saints, North Street. All Saints is an Anglican church situated in the centre of the medieval city of York in northern England. The present church, which is mainly fourteenth and fifteenth century, stands on a site hallowed for worship for almost 1100 years. It contains one of the most important displays of medieval stained glass in the British Isles, including the famous Pricke of Conscience window.
Worship at All Saints is in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England, centred on the Eucharist, the service instituted by Christ himself. Mass is offered three times a week and our main service is Sung or High Mass, celebrated every Sunday at 5.30pm. We use the English Missal liturgy at this service.
COVID 19 WORSHIP MEASURES
All Saints is now open for services on Sundays
with Mass at 5.30pm and Mass at 10.30am on the first Sunday in the month
The church is also open from 12.00 to 2.00pm on Thursdays with Mass at 12.45pm but with the changing situation please refer to our Newsletter for the very latest information (available from the link on the right)
Please contact us if you require any other information or details about visiting the church.
RESTORATION & CONSERVATION APPEAL
The church of All Saints North Street contains an exceptional collection of stained glass dating from the second quarter of the fourteenth century and the first half of the fifteenth century, distributed across thirteen windows. The glass is not only of great quality, but is also of exceptional iconographic interest, with windows depicting rare, and in one instance unique, subjects in stained glass. The windows offer a glimpse into the devotional life of a wealthy and literate late medieval parish.
for the Stained Glass Windows at All Saints
LATEST NEWS: All Saints Church North Street, York, awarded £531,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund
towards the Restoration and Preservation of its Stained Glass and the restoration work is now underway
With your help we can safeguard this nationally important historical treasure. Please follow the links below to help safeguard this unique piece of history...READ MORE HERE