Churches Together in Ackworth

Churches Together in Ackworth is a group of several different Christian Churches and Meetings who meet together regularly to plan services and events within the village.  We comprise, the Church of England, the Methodist Church, the Ackworth Community Church, The Quaker Meeting, and the Catholic Community.

Please see below some information on each church.

The Church of England

We have two churches in the Village, St Cuthbert’s Church in High Ackworth, and All Saints’ Church on Wakefield Road, Moor Top.  Both have services on Sunday mornings, with All Saints’ Church having a Sunday afternoon service, and midweek service as well.

Before the pandemic we had run several regular events, and many one off events.  As we emerge from lockdown we hope to start such events again.  All events will be found on our website, or advertised on our Facebook page.

St Cuthbert's

St Cuthbert's Church

Purston Lane



All Saints'

All Saints' Church

Wakefield Road



Ackworth Community Church

Meet Sundays 10.30am, upstairs in the Parish Rooms.

Ackworth Community Church is a friendly independent church with a warm, family feel. 

For further details contact Ashley Guest: 01977 649320



The Parish Council Community Centre

Bell Lane




Ackworth Methodist Church

We are a warm and welcoming Church, situated on Barnsley Road.
Our Sunday morning Services commence at 10.45am.
We have a Boys’ Brigade which is connected to the Church (you can view all their information on the “Children’s Activities” page).
We have a Hall available for letting purposes.
All enquiries to the Minister, Revd Naomi Kaiga, Tel: 01977 705100

Ackworth Methodist Church

Barnsley Road



Ackworth Quakers

We are the Religious Society of Friends; we place a high value on developing true friendships and quality relationships.

We are a religious group, members of the "Churches Together in Ackworth", whose religion is rooted in Christianity.  However, we have no creed and Quakers have a wide range of belief.  We have no pastors or priests and learning about religious matters and developing faith is seen as personal responsibility.  Pastoral care is the responsibility of everyone.  We worship in silence which is only broken when someone feels moved to speak; we call this "ministry".

Our experience has led us to accepting what we call our testimonies: testimonies to peace, equality, truth and simplicity.  from our testimony of simplicity, has grown a strong witness to concern for the environment.

For more information contact Andrew Ward 01977 616384

Physical meetings are hoped to resume from September 2021 - Sundays at 10:45am at the School Meeting House

Ackworth Quakers

Ackworth School

Pontefract Road