Welcome to 

All Saints Church

serving the villages of Newton on Ouse,

 Linton on Ouse and Beningborough 

Here you can discover the history of our church, find out about services, forthcoming events and get in touch

You can also learn about our Friends of All Saints group and check on their programme of events for the coming year.

Church open times - 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

(Volunteers willing & able!)


We are delighted to announce the appointment of Reverend Lucy Brencher as Priest in Charge for the Benefice of Alne and the Benefice of Skelton with Shipton and Newton on Ouse.

Bishop John has said: 'Lucy has considerable experience of rural mission and ministry having served her title in Rural Ainsty and latterly been leading the parishes of Acaster Malbis, Appleton Roebuck, and Acaster Selby alongside ministry in the Copmanthorpe Group in which she has developed services and community events to engage local people, especially the young. She also served the Tadcaster Benefice during their last vacancy. I am confident that with God’s grace, this will be a great adventure for the area.’

Revd Lucy says of her appointment: ‘I will be delighted to be the new Priest in charge. I am very much looking forward to meeting everyone, worshipping together, and discerning ways to grow deeper in our faith and broader in our outreach to our village communities. I pray that there will be great blessings as we step out with God's guidance to serve him in our villages.'

We do not have a start date as yet but wanted to let the local community know we are delighted to have a new priest in charge after such a long period of interregnum.

All Saints is the parish church for the three villages of Newton on Ouse, 

Linton on Ouse and Beningbrough.

We are part of a newly formed ministry unit that consists of six churches situated in villages between York and Easingwold. 

Our church here in Newton on Ouse together with St Giles, Skelton and Holy Evangelists, Shipton by Benningbrough form the Benefice of Skelton with Shipton and Newton on Ouse.

The Parish of Alne has three churches, St Mary's, Alne, the Church of St Stephen, Aldwark and St Michael's, Tollerton.

Our churches belong in the Easingwold Deanery within the Diocese of York.

All Saints' is located on:

Cherry Tree Avenue

Newton on Ouse 


YO30 2BN

If you follow the signs for local National Trust property Beningbrough Hall you will find the church on your right as you pass through the village.

Recent renovation work has been supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund; our thanks to them and to all who contribute by playing the National Lottery.