Parish of Rudby-in-Cleveland (Hutton Rudby)
The Church of All Saints in Hutton Rudby
Rudby Bank, Hutton Rudby, Yarm TS15 0EY
Traditional Sunday Eucharist at 9:30 a.m. - 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month
Cafe Church with Eucharist at 9:30 a.m. - 2nd Sunday of the month
Services vary on 4th Sunday, see Services page for details.
Tuesday Eucharist - 10:00 a.m. in Church House.
Churchwardens: Mr Owen Searle (01642 701 355) and Mrs Jennifer Watt (01642 701 730)
Safeguarding Officer: Mrs Sallyann Hewitt (01642 700550 or Safeguarding@huttonrudbychurch.org.uk)
Facebook: All Saints Church in Hutton Rudby
Hutton Rudby is infact comprised of two villages, Rudby and Hutton, with a population of approximately 2000 and situated approximately 5 miles west of Stokesley. There is a convenience store with a Post Office and a petrol filling station. In the village there is a very active village hall with many activities, clubs and events. Apart from the Church of England parish of All Saints, there is also a Methodist congregation with a chapel and hall. Anglicans, Methodists and a small group of Roman Catholics are in a Covenant and some collaborative work is undertaken in addition to working together for Christian Aid etc.
All Saints' Church, which is situated alongside the River Leven marking the boundary of Rudby and Hutton, has a closed churchyard and a peal of 8 bells. The church is approximately 700 years old, grade 1 listed and in a good state of repair. There is also a hall, known as Church House, in the centre of the village which is well used by the community and the church.