All Saints, Pavement, is the Guild and Civic church of York. It is also the Regimental church of the Royal Dragoon Guards. As a result there are many special services held each year at the church


 Ash Wednesday (March 6th) mark the solemn start of Lent.  At 6.30pm we will have a Sung Eucharist (BCP) with the imposition of ashes.  Do come and join us if you possibly can as we start Lent by reminding ourselves of our mortality and the suffering and death of Christ.  A poster can be downloaded here.


For our Lenten series at Evensong (6.30pm) we are to examine the complex topic of Poverty.  We will be looking at this both from a statistical and social point of view as well as from a theological point of view.  Helping us is Dr Becky Holloway (Joseph Rowntree Foundation) and Revd Dr Greg Hoyland ( formerly Senior Lecturer at the University of York St John).  The sessions are Sunday March 10th "A Poor Definition"?  Sunday March 17th "Fair Enough?"   Sunday March 24th  "The Blessed Poor?"  and Sunday March 31st "A Poor Response?".  A poster about this series cam be downloaded here


Both the 10.30 and 18.30 services are sung services and are supported by the choir. The church has a strong choral tradition.

There is also a said service of Holy Communion at 9.00am on Sundays. Our services each Sunday use the liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer

9 am Holy Communion

10.30 am Choral Matins or Sung Eucharist

6.30pm  Evensong




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