The Arts Society York Church Recorders
The Arts Society York Church Recorders
The Arts Society Church Recorders

Church Recorders

Church Recorders promote recognition and preservation of the rich artistic heritage in places of worship by recording the contents of churches of all religions. Participating churches are presented with an illustrated book detailing each item and its history. Copies are also sent to national institutions.

Use The Arts Society Church Recorders
If you are interested in inviting enthusiastic, disciplined and committed volunteers to make a detailed inventory of your church or place of worship, please email info@theartssocietyyork.org.uk

There is no charge for The Arts Society church recording or for the production of church records.

Join The Arts Society Church Recorders
All Church Recorders must be members of The Arts Society - either as Society Members or Affiliate Members. There are Arts Societies all over the country, many with Church Recorder groups. Most Church Recorder groups will be happy to invite you to come to the church where they are currently working and find out if it is something you want to do.

The Arts Society York Church Recorders
Our group formed in 1993 and has since completed a wide range of fascinating projects in:

  • St Botolph's, Bossal
  • St Helen & The Holy Cross, Sheriff Hutton
  • St Mary's, Hemingborough
  • St Peter's, Dalby
  • St Helen's, Bilton in Ainsty
  • All Saints, Cawood
  • All Saints, Bolton Percy
  • St Giles', Marfleet
  • St John the Baptist, Healaugh
  • St Helen's, Stillingfleet
  • All Saints' Pavement