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Helmsley All Saints Church, Helmsley
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The Church of All Saints is an Anglican parish church serving the town of Helmsley in North Yorkshire, England. It is located between the north-west corner of the market square, and Castlegate, on the B1257 road north of Helmsley Castle. Dedicated to All Saints, it has been part of the Church of England since the Reformation, and there are three churches Sproxton, Rievaulx, and East Moors in the same benefice. The church was granted Grade II* listed building status on 4 January 1955.

Sunday Services

8am - Holy Communion (BCP)

9.30 - Sung Eucharist
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  • Great history and amazing windows and paintings wonderful trees and walkways in graveyard an unexpected gem. 
  • As soon as you walk through the main doors you feel something special. To me this is a traditional church even with the more modern murals along the far wall. Even with my children investigating with ...  more »
  • During a recent stay in Helmsley, we visited the local Parish Church of All Saints with its visually attractive three-stage square west tower; this large building is situated in its own grounds close ...  more »
  • I found the picture of Christ haunting. It seemed that He was firstly looking at me with searching eyes and then praying for me with closed eyes. My husband did not experience the same sensation. Is this work of art an optical illusion or .........? I assume It was related to St. Monica's handkerchief showing the face of our Lord. I wonder if other people have experienced the same experience...???