The Headland Benefice

About Us

The Headland Benefice lies on the cliff tops of the East Yorkshire coast between Filey and Bridlington. There are three parishes, Flamborough, Bempton (including the adjacent village of Buckton) and the combined parish of Reighton and Speeton. 

The churches are very much at the centre of village life and are there for the glory of God and for everyone to use. As part of our expression of faith, we offer hospitality after services and at the many social events throughout the year. The highlights of the year include flower festivals in summer, harvest festivals, Remembrance, nativity on the hoof (with real donkey), and a Christingle service which brings together so many families to herald in Christmas. If you have a head for heights and a liking for early mornings, then the 7am Ascension Day service from the tower top, followed by bacon sandwiches, might be for you!

For up to the minute news and events go to our Facebook page here 
or our pages on A Church Near You:

St Leonard's, Speeton   St Peter's, Reighton   St Michael's, Bempton   St Oswald's, Flamborough

Click for our latest Newslink pew sheet.

Our Headland Benefice magazine - click here

Foodbank donations are collected regularly from Flamborough and Bempton churches. Please leave your contribution in the box at the back of church.

Read about our 2019 Benefice Pilgrimage here. The next pilgrimage will be summer 2021.

Bridlngton Deanery here

Monthly news from our diocese here

Video from Bishop Alison of Hull about a new project in the Diocese here