Update 27th November 2020Our churches are open for private prayer only at the following times:In Selby:Sunday between 2.00pm & 3.00pmWednesday between 10.00am & 11.00am. In Carlton:Tuesday between 10.00am & 11.00am. From next week (5th/6th December) our schedule of Masses resumes, with the addtion of a Sunday Mass at Carlton. Please see the Newsletter for details.DONATIONSPlease consider texting CHURCH SELBY to 70500 to contribute £5 to the Offertory of our Parish.You may donate directly to our Parish b clicking on the Donate button belowThank you
1. St Mary’s Church SelbyThe present St Mary's and St Germain (1856) was designed by Dunn and Hansom of London and is built in the early decorated Gothic style. Notable features include the East Window consisting of five lights. The centre one is of Our Lady, the principal patron of the church, and St Germain and St Lawrence are on one side with St William of York and St Edward the Confessor on the other. The arms of the Petre Family appear in the side windows.
2. St Mary’s Church CarltonThe church, presbytery and a school opened on the 31st August 1842. In 1876 a small convent behind the church was established for the nunsof the Order of the Sisters of Mercy. A walled footpath called Convent Walk, known locally as Nun's Trod, linked the three buildings.The church is built in the Gothic style, with white brick and stone dressings. The stained glass window above the altar is in three sections, with the Blessed Virigin Mary in the centre, flanked by St Augustine and St Gregory.
3. Selby Foodbank ProjectA venture supported by Churches Together in Selby, the Foodbank's operation depends on it receiving sufficient donations to make up food boxes for a family's basic needs for up to 72 hours.Gifts are welcomed from the list here. For safety/storage reasons food should be within its recommended 'consume by' or 'sell by' date and containers undamaged.Can you spare an item or two from your shopping on a regular basis?
4. East Window, St Mary’s SelbyEast Window consists of five lights. The centre one is of Our Lady, the principal patron of the church, and St Germain and St Lawrence are on one side with St William of York and St Edward the Confessor on the other. The arms of the Petre Family appear in the side windows.