Driffield has long had strong religious ties to Christianity – indeed, historical and archaeological evidence suggests that there was a church at Little Driffield in Saxon times, probably around the time in which Christianity was first introduced into Yorkshire in the 7th century.
The largest of the Driffield churches is dedicated to All Saints; it has a 500 year old tower and was designated a Grade I listed building in 1963.
For more information about the Driffield churches, including details of religious services, visit the following websites:
All Saints Church www.driffieldchurchofengland.co.uk
Driffield Methodist Church www.driffieldmethodists.org.uk
Our Lady & St Edwards Roman Catholic Church www.driffieldcatholicchurch.org.uk
Driffield Congregational Church www.d-c-c.org.uk