NOTICE: Public Worship During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Updated Saturday 7th November 2020

It is with much regret that Bridlington Priory is still unable to offer its full range of church services due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Update: the UK Government has again closed places of public worship during this second lockdown. Therefore, with the exception of any funerals, the next act of public worship to be offered at Bridlington Priory is expected to be a celebration of Holy Communion on Sunday 6th December at 10.30am.

Bridlington Priory remains committed to re-establishing its full range of services as soon as possible.

Sunday Services at Bridlington Priory

A celebration of Holy Communion will be streamed live on Facebook from Bridlington Priory every Sunday morning at 10:30am. 

Please click here for futher information about streaming Bridlington Priory services online.

Donating Online to Bridlington Priory

If you are able to make an online donation to support God’s mission through the Priory at this difficult time, please click here for information on how you can help.

Priory Prayer: Say One For Me

Although the Priory building is closed, you are most welcome to use the Priory Churchyard and the Labyrinth for personal prayer and reflection, remembering to observe social distancing guidelines. You can also request prayer for yourself or others. Please click here for further information.

Pastoral Care

Our pastoral care team visits people at home, leads services in residential care homes, and takes communion to those who cannot attend church.

For further information, please telephone Rev. Jean Fowler (01262 673019).

‘Listening Ear’

‘Listening Ear’ is a confidential service for those who are burdened with concerns that affect themselves or others, and just need someone to listen.

While the weekly meetings are not taking place at the Priory at the moment, you can email if you are in need of support or assistance.

Bridlington Priory Choristers: ‘Risen Lord’

Eight of the Bridlington Priory choristers have recently recorded the following piece (‘Risen Lord’ by Barry Rose) from their own homes.

“This is our first attempt at ‘remote singing’ – we hope you enjoy the end result as much as we enjoyed making it.”