Said to be the smallest active church in Yorkshire, and one of the smallest in Britain, St James is a Grade II listed building. Dating from Norman times, it has been closed for worship and then reopened at least twice, and boasts a decorated font and lovely, rustic organ. Some say that smugglers used to hide out here!
We meet for worship just once a month, with a modern-language Communion service on the first Sunday at 3.00 pm. Do come and join us!