Bridlington Churches

Flamborough, St Oswald

One of the four churches in the Headland Benefice, St Oswald's has a long tradition of sharing the love of God through hospitality. You are most welcome to join us. Our services are Holy Communion, 8am and 10.30am on a Sunday, and 10.30am on a Thursday, and Morning prayer at 8am Monday to Thursday. At the 10.30 Sunday services members of our choir sing. Our monthly sung Evensong is suspended at present. We usually join the other churches of our Benefice on the fifth Sunday but that isn't happening at present either. Check our website for more details.

Our Priest in Charge livestreams a service at 4pm each Saturday. You can find it on our Facebook page.

At the southern end of the Benefice, the parish of Flamborough St Oswald extends from the point where Dane's Dyke meets Bridlington Bay, to the south, right round the `Head' to the point where the northern end of Dane's Dyke runs out into the North Sea. The church is a 12th century building with an excellent carved rood screen and loft. It also boasts a royal pardon granted by Charles II in 1660 to Walter Strickland, absolving him of high treason, despite the fact that Strickland had supported Parliament during the Civil War. The church is open for private prayer from 8am till 4pm daily.