Youlgrave, All Saints

Youlgrave, All Saints

Welcome to All Saints, Youlgrave.  Early in the 12th century Christians began to build this church as a permanent place of worship and witness to their faith. Built on the site of a Saxon church, it has been altered and added to in succeeding centuries - Tudor memorials and a Burn-Jones east window are but two examples.

Celtic people had a saying that heaven and earth are "only three feet apart' - and that there are 'thin places' where that distance is even smaller"¦ For well over a thousand years, Youlgrave seems to have been just such a place.

People of all walks of life still seek out spiritual things here, worship God here, live out a life of faith here. Why not come and visit this 'thin place' - of church and hills and valleys - and experience it for yourself?

Regular bell-ringing - visiting ringers welcome by appointment.  Music concerts throughout the year - visiting musicians welcome.


All Saints, Youlgrave
All Saints, Youlgrave
Window, All Saints, Youlgrave


Church always open
Refreshments nearby
Place for quiet reflection


Stained Glass
Architectural Features

Alport Road
DE45 1WS

Rev Louise Petheram (Priest in Charge [SSM])
01629 636814 /

Open times:

9.00 am to dusk