Rated highly by Pevsner and often referred to as 'The Cathedral of Yorkshire Congregationalism', St Andrew's is a truly remarkable Nonconformist church. Designed by Lockwood and Mawson in a neo-Gothic style, it was begun in 1864 and paid for largely by industrialists from the West Riding, Lancashire and the Midlands who spent their holidays in Scarborough. A huge building, it contains glass by Wailes of Newcastle and, unusually, a chapel dedicated to St John.
Service times: Sun 1030.
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|Notes||The church is open to visitors 10.00 am to 2.00 pm Monday to Friday.
Guided tours available Tuesdays 10.00 am to 2.00 pm, and Fridays 10.00 am to noon.
On other days visitors can self-guide by using information sheets in the church. For more details phone 01723 369070
The Elder Tree Luncheon Club meets at the church Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9.30 am when hot drinks and scones/cakes are available, with lunch served at 12.15 pm. For more details call 07833477154 between 9.00 am and 3.00 pm.
On Tuesdays St Andrew's serves soup and sandwiches between 11.30 am and 1.30 pm. For further information phone 01723 377359
Ramshill Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 2LN
Map reference: TA 041877 Lat: 54.27487 Long: -0.40278
Parking : free
Accessible by Public Transport : Scarborough station
Full disabled access & WCs. Child friendly.
On-street parking for 3 hours, with disc - available at church and nearby shops.