Welcome to our Parish!
Covid regulations have relaxed, and we are now welcoming unrestricted congregational numbers at our common worship. While face coverings and social distancing are no longer mandatory, the Church of England still support the continued use of face coverings and we would ask you, please, to continue to be sensitive to the feelings of others in these matters, while anxieties persist for some people.
St Robert’s is open throughout the week between 9.30am and 5.00pm.
Next Sunday is August 14th – the 9th Sunday after Trinity – when….
……the streamed morning service in Pannal at 9.15am will be Parish Communion.
At 6.00pm, there will be a service of Evening Worship
Full details of the monthly and weekly schedule of worship and specific service sheets are also available via the pop-up and mid-week message.
We will continue to lead morning prayer Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (and available afterwards) on YouTube (click here to view these services) and encourage our whole community to continue praying wherever they are to keep in touch with God and hold our concerns and hopes before him. The ministry team continue to hold all our congregants and parishioners in our daily prayers.
If you would like a prayer said in church for you or someone who is on your heart please contact the clergy.
St Robert of Knaresborough, Pannal is one part of a joint benefice with St Michael and All Angels, Beckwithshaw. This website serves the parish of St Robert’s
St Robert’s is a Church of England parish church serving the community of Pannal and Burn Bridge on the southern edge of Harrogate. It has a lively worshipping community with a flourishing Junior Church (usually over 70 children from 0-16), a good choir and a wide range of groups and activities.
St Michael’s is a traditional rural church with a strong bell-ringing community, serving the village of Beckwithshaw and its surrounding area. You will find its website at http://stmichaelsbeckwithshaw.org/
We hope you find what you are looking for on these pages. We would be very pleased to see you, either as a visitor or to join us in worship.