1986 Religion 1
There are 7 places of worship of 4 denominations. The Anglican church of St. Lawrence at Scalby was founded C11th. It has a vicar, a deaconess and a reader. It holds 4 Sunday services and one each Thursday. It has 150 communicants. St. Mark's, also Anglican, dates from 1938. It holds 4 Sunday services, one on Wednesdays and Saints day communion for an average weekly congregation of 130, including members of the nearby Burniston barracks. It has its own vicar. St. Joseph's, with a congregation of about 100, is Roman Catholic. Built in 1960, it holds one service on Saturday, one on Sunday and a Saturday confession. It has its own priest.
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