All Saints' Church, Brantingham

All Saints’ Church is 12th Century in origin and restored by the Victorians, in the late 19th Century. It is situated almost at the foot of Brantingham Dale in an open aspect.  It is without doubt one of the most picturesque churches in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The building fabric is in a good state of repair with  modern facilities, services and systems. A brief history of the church can be purchased in the building or read here
 
In 2009 an extension was built, this comprises an internal toilet and storeroom and an external, accessible toilet for the disabled. There is also a small catering facility within the church.

The Sunday morning service is at 9.15 am. All worship is from the ‘Book of Common Prayer' with Holy Communion on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month and Lay led Morning Prayer on the 2nd Sunday. The festivals are celebrated at All Saints. Christmas services include a very popular Nine Lessons and Carols by Candlelight, a Crib Service and recent carol singing around the village pond. Harvest is celebrated with an evening service led by a guest preacher, followed by a Harvest Supper. An annual memorial service has been introduced for those whose loved ones have died.

All Saints’ has a pipe organ, and an organist for some services. When the organist is not available there is a collection of CD's which are used. The Church benefits from a modern sound system with a loop for the hard of hearing. The congregation are involved in the choosing of hymns.
 
 Refreshments are served after each service with many members of the congregation staying   behind to talk and enjoy fellowship within the church and its setting. Where possible, Fair Trade products are served and other Fair Trade products are available to purchase. 
 
Families and young children are very welcome.

All Saints’, Brantingham is very popular with wedding couples. 

During the summer months the Church is usually open on a Sunday afternoon for visitors to enjoy the building and have refreshments
 
The church organises a weekly Chair Exercise and Fellowship Class in St.Mary's Church Hall, Elloughton which is attended by many people from the Benefice and the wider community.