All Are Always Welcome

It's our joy to welcome you on behalf of the Church in the Parish of Easby, Skeeby, Brompton on Swale, and Bolton on Swale, an Anglican Church, part of the Richmond Deanery within The Diocese of Leeds

From these areas and others, many people consider themselves part of one Church who work in partnership with many other groups and individuals within the area. In usual circumstances we can be found in many places within the parish, St Mary's Bolton on Swale CofE and Brompton CofE Primary Schools, Scorton Village Care Home, St Edmunds Community Space, and three friendly welcoming church buildings within the parish.

We continue seeking new ways to meet the needs within our communities . If you know of any way we can enhance what we are doing at present please do be in touch.

You can access:

    • Sunday worship - Sunday services are  provided face to face with the venue being announced earlier in the week.  The service is recorded and put online,  on the parish Facebook page and on the website later each Sunday.
    • Open the book - has resumed back into the schools. You can also find the Open the book videos on our facebook page and website.
    • The Open Pantry -  Is open in all three churches St Agatha's, Easby, - Mon-Sun 9am-3pm
    •  St Paul's Brompton On Swale Mon-Sat 9am-2pm
    •  St Mary's Bolton-on-Swale. Monday to Sunday 9am-3pm.
    • For any extra support you can contact 07980 276226 or email admin@esbb.co.uk

Worship is vital to who we are, yet the shape of worship is changing, what is not changing is that we are here for all people of all backgrounds, and all beliefs, and that All Are Always Welcome

Our mission is to live out our faith as followers of Jesus Christ within our families, among our friends, whilst we work, rest and play.

Do take a look further into our web site, our Facebook page or our Twitter Account to see who we are, "Come and See" you may be surprised at how much you like us.

If you cannot find what you are looking for on our web site, please do contact us by telephone or email.

Who we are

Followers of Jesus

We are the Anglican church family of the Parish of Easby, Skeeby, Brompton on Swale, and Bolton on Swale. Our mission is to live out our faith as followers of Jesus Christ within our families, among our friends and within our communities whilst we work, rest and have fun.

Our purpose, as Christians, is to follow Jesus and to share our lives with others in the hope that they will see the truth of Jesus in us; despite all of our faults and our humanity.

Jesus told us to love one another and to go into the world and share the good news.

Living an abundant life

Living a life following Jesus liberates rather than oppresses. “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.”

The bible does not say, “Do this, and then maybe you will be good enough to be one of my sheep.” Jesus says, “You belong to me already. No one can snatch you out of my hand.”

Secure in this belonging, we are free to live the abundant life of which Jesus spoke. This abundant life is not necessarily about abundance in years, or in wealth, health, status, or accomplishments. It is life that is abundant in the love of God, made known in Jesus Christ, love that overflows to others.

It is eternal life because its source is in God who is eternal, and in Jesus, who is the resurrection and the life.

All are welcome

Jesus ministered to all people. He did not differentiate or collude and he never harmed anyone.

You may be seeking to connect or reconnect with God or in need of prayer. Perhaps you are simply looking for a quiet place to find a moment of peace and contemplation. Maybe you'd like to talk to someone over a cup of coffee. There are no obligations, just come, take the space you need. 

Where we meet


There are three traditional places of worship in the parish with church buildings at Easby,  Brompton on Swale and Bolton on Swale. We also get together in homes, cafes and other locations. We are in different places week to week so please refer to the calendar for where are meeting.

As well as being of spiritual importance the church buildings are of historical interest.