Edale Parish Church

At the Southern end of the Pennine Way,

now twinned with Kirk Yetholm at the Northern end

Our Church Today – Everyone is Welcome

🕯 Church Services🕯

Services usually occur in Edale every Sunday of each month at 10am. See below for variations. The fifth Sunday of a month is a joint service with the other Hope Valley Churches and therefore is hosted by one of the churches.

🕯Services in churches have resumed but space is limited.

In Edale services are on Sundays at 10am. We will be maintaining social distancing and ask that face coverings are worn by attendees. 🕯


Today many visitors to the church are walkers setting off to or returning from the Pennine Way. At the other end of the Pennine Way is Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders. Our churches made contact 4 years ago and two members of Edale’s PCC visited Kirk Yetholm for the rededication of the sanctuary following their extensive refurbishment of the Kirk. This meeting lead to the twinning of our two communities and our thanks to Edale Parish Council for completing this process.

Our church has undergone extensive repairs primarily to the roof. However, along side the building work members of the Parish are undertaking heritage and garden projects. Our next steps are to build an accessible toilet and reorder the back of church to make a more welcoming space for our visitors.

If you wish to follow our developments please go to our blog.

Edale church also keeps a presence on …

‘a church near you’ website.

For details of our services, one off events and policies please go to…