Brookfield, Stainton with Hemlington, and Hilton Church Family (Plurality)


Updated: 1st December 2023

You can find out about our Safeguarding at these links: Stainton, Hilton and Brookfield

Our Parish Safeguarding Rep is Bob Ardley - contact details here.

The York Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA) is Rob Marshall - contact details here.

Welcome to the website of the Church of England

in Stainton, Thornton, Maltby and Hemlington;

in Hilton

and in Brookfield.

St Peter & St Paul's Church, Stainton, St Peter's Church, Hilton, and St Margaret's Church, Brookfield, are all dedicated:

  • to being a visible Christian presence within the communities they serve,
  • to holding those communities before God in prayer,
  • making real and valued contributions to addressing issues,
  • offering pastoral care, and support, and
  • providing places and patterns of worship to help people from all walks of life to draw closer to God and worship Him.

History of Brookfield Church

The Parish of St Margaret of Scotland, Brookfield.

The Church family at Brookfield was originally a daughter church of Stainton parish, a "Church Plant" in the days before such terms were in common use. St Margaret's Church building was built by, and on land given by, Duncanson's the local builder/property developer who built the Brookfield estate; the Church was built in 1960 and dedicated in 1961. The Church continued as a daughter Church of Stainton Parish until 1988 when St Margaret of Scotland, Brookfield, became a Parish in its own right.

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