St. Michael the Archangel is the Anglican parish church for Malhamdale, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is a centre for worship and many other activities which are described in this website.
Set in beautiful Malhamdale we get many visitors, so, whether you wish to pray in peace and quiet, enjoy the tranquility of this place, or appreciate the wonderful medieval heritage, we offer you the warmest welcome.
In the website you will find all the information on Services, church organisations, and the activities of the church. You will also find information on our rich history and heritage. We particularly welcome schools to learn about the church and the Christian faith and we have materials and people available to help your visit.
Our church is now open for visitors every day of the week, from 9am to approx. 6pm every day.
We have a service of Holy Communion every Sunday at 10am.
Currently our organist plays hymns, accompanied by a small choir. We have not introduced full congregational singing yet, to enable everyone who attends worship to feel safe and comfortable. We would prefer those attending services to continue wearing face coverings, to check in with Test and Trace, and to observe social distancing. We also ask that everyone coming in to church sanitises their hands on arrival and departure.
Please also see our Facebook page, which is regularly updated, at https://www.facebook.com/KirkbyMalhamChurch
The congregation of St Michael the Archangel is an active Christian community and we are continuing to serve the people of Malhamdale in this time of crisis in practical ways and through prayer and spiritual support. If you, or anyone you know needs help or support, then please don't hestate to contact us.