All Saints’ Church was built in 1849 five years after the Parish of All Saints’ was formed to provide additional accommodation when St. Peter’s had no free seats. It is renowned as the birthplace of British Pentecostalism.


St Andrew’s was built in 1907 following further development and the need for an additional place of worship in the area. A masterpiece of design, it has earned the title of “Cathedral of the Arts and Crafts Movement.”

Each are well worth exploring - why not come & worship with us sometime?


St Peter's, built in 674AD by Benedict Biscop is one of the oldest churches in Britain, where Christians have gathered for more than 1300 years & the Venerable Bede's home from the age of 7.



Formed on the 1st of January 1997 from the former Parishes of St. Peter’s, All Saints’  and St. Andrew’s, the Parish comprises three churches, each with their own special place in the Christian heritage of this country.

One Parish



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St. Andrew's

St. Peter's


All Saints

Three Churches,