The present church building of All Saints in North Ferriby was designed by John Loughborough Pearson, R.A., and was completed after 3 years work in 1848. Pearson is considered one of the best church architects of the 19th century, beginning his works with a number of churches in the East Riding and later he designed Truro Cathedral.
All Saints’ church is classified as a Grade II structure, being “a particularly important building of more than special architectural and historic interest”.
To obtain your copy please send a cheque for £4 to All Saints’ church office,
Parish Hall, 19 Church Road, North Ferriby, HU14 3DA.
Many people comment on the peace and beauty in our church building. You are very welcome to come and experience this for yourself.
You can see photos of the building decorating during our flower festival by clicking here.