Welcome

Welcome to our website, especially to our many on-line & physical overseas and local visitors. Our Patron is St John the Evangelist, whose history is summarised here … .

Perhaps you may care to review our pages detailing Parish Mass Times, Current and recent Bulletins, News, Photo Gallery and other parish activities. Whilst Mass Times are usually held on regular basis, there are occasional variations, so it is best to review times for the current week (click here … ….)

You may care to download Fr James Callaghan‘s leaflet welcoming you to the Parish (click here … …), or explore the links to Middlesbrough Diocese, Ampleforth Abbey, and beyond (click here … …).

To contact the Clergy on any matter, direct, please kindly use the option on the contact page (click here … …).  

For some information on our Market Town click here … … .


Please use the pull down menus below each main menu topic to review all content; and in turn use the menu to negotiate the rest of the website. For reference, the website is usually updated on a Friday evening, should you wish to check the latest information on offices for the weekend, immediate and future events .

You may also wish to review the Parish Facebook page (click here … … )


Coronavirus (Covid-19)

As there has been a whole series of changes effecting public attendance at Churches since the start of the pandemic, and the Catholic Bishops’ directives then and later, please refer to the Coronavirus page for a summary of developments, in steps, over what has become an extended period ( click here … … ), together with the News page for further detail ( click here … … ).


Should you have any suggestions for items to include in this site, kindly e-mail the Parish Administrator (click here … … ) . However, should you find any problems when exploring this website, or need any corrections, please kindly contact the webmaster direct using the contact page option (click here … ...)  .

Thank you for your interest in this Parish.

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{ upd 26 Jun 2020 }

© St John the Evangelist, Easingwold, part of Ampleforth Abbey Trust, a registered charity number: 1026493