The original Saxson Preaching Cross outside the ChurchThe original Saxon Preaching cross outside the Church

St. Peters Church 
Conisbrough, South Yorkshire

Welcome to first official website of South Yorkshire's Oldest Building

By Keith Barraclough

Home
Foreword
Chronology
The Church is built
Stonework pre 1200
First Alteration
The first Extension
Extensions 1450 ad
Extensions 1450 p 2
Features 1475
Refurbishments
 20th Century
Early Tombs

Church Photos

Church Windows
Church Photos 2
Slide Presentation 1
Slide Presentation 2
From The Roof
Views From Luis
Altar and Features
Priest and Vicars
Church Group's
Mothers Union
History page 1
Weddings
Meaning of Terms
Links
Guest Book
This site dedicated to the countless thousands of Conisbrough Christians, who for over 65,000 weeks  at time of writing have built and maintained this beautiful building of St. Peters as the house of God  for Christian worship and ceremony.

St Peter's Church from the South East

Diocese Sheffield
Archdeaconry Doncaster

Deanery W Doncaster

Benefice Conisbrough (St Peter)
Benefice Address The Vicarage,
8 Castle Avenue
Conisbrough
Doncaster DN12 3BT

St Peter's Church was built in Saxon times circa 740- 750ad  and served as a Minster or Mother Church to around seventeen other Churches from Harthill near Sheffield to Goole in the East.

 

St Peter's Church Conisbrough

A new official site constructed by Paul Laycock

For an update on current activities and forthcoming events visit

www.StPetersConisbrough.co.uk

 


 

 

CHURCH INFORMATION:

Vicar The Rev'd Alan Griffiths

PH. 01709 864695

Church Office PH. 01709 867718

LOCATION

St Peters Church,

Church Street Conisbrough,

South Yorkshire

 Public car park, adjacent to the Church.

Map of Conisbrough

[ left click on map for street details ]

Map of Conisbrough by multimap

Email

Info on St Peter's

SITE INFORMATION:

Acknowledgements to Peter Ryder and Keith Barraclough for major historical and photo content on this site.

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Webmaster John Doxey

Who would like to thank the Rev'd Alan Griffiths and the Parish Council of St. Peter's Church Conisbrough for the great honour and privilege of producing this site.

Please note: Do not contact me for Church inquiries, use the contact information opposite. Should you have a query or problem concerning the site then please contact me.

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