St John's Bellerby

This is a small rural parish with the congregation living in the village or surrounding farms. St John's the Evangelist is a small church built in 1801 but rebuilt in 1874. It received a new roof in 2005 after much fundraising, then was redecorated by the congregation,and carpeted throughout.

To find us, use postcode DL8 5QG or click on MapRev Michael and Giselle Hepper

We were delighted to welcome Rev Michael Hepper and his wife, Gisele, to Bellerby on 9th August 2011.

Michael is introducing a range of innovative and interesting new Services and events- see his Welcome, and the Events page.

 

 

 

4/3/2013- Dorothy Walker, our oldest parishioner, who only died very recently aged 108yrs, attended our Coffee Morning and signed the new Electoral Roll

 

 

 

 

 

18/5/13 Rev Michael has quickly become an important part of the community, not just because he is the Vicar, but because he is willing to join in anything even to the point of donning fancy dress himself when judging  a fancy dress competiotion at Bellerby Feast!

 
EVERYONE is WELCOME at our Parish Eucharist Every Sunday at 9:15 AM for 1 hour 

Also at Evening Prayer on the last Sunday of every month at 5:00 PM for ½ hour

Please check the Calendar for any changes or special events

Visit our Church by request phone 01969- 62225101969- 622251, 624368 or 622524

To read more about the village and its community, click on Bellerby Village
 
 

 


 


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