Kirby Hill village is situated approximately one mile North of Boroughbridge, in a rural location surrounded by farmland.
Set in the heart of this delightful North Yorkshire village, the Church is very active, full of inspiration and welcoming to newcomers. There are social & children's activities as well as worship. We have a real interest in providing a wildlife haven and in encouraging everyone to share their talents for the benefit of all. We have an induction loop system and ramp access for wheelchairs.
All Saints' Church is a Grade 1 Listed building with Saxon origins. There has been a settlement in Kirby Hill for over a thousand years and All Saints' Church possesses many interesting historical features, including stones dating back to the Saxon era.
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All Saints Kirby Hill is part of a United Benefice, the other Churches being St. Helen's, Skelton-on-Ure and St. Mary and All Saints' Cundall.