Church Fenton is a village and civil parish in the Selby district of North Yorkshire, England. It is about east of Leeds, about from Tadcaster and from Sherburn-in-Elmet. Neighbouring villages include Cawood and Ulleskelf.
The name 'Church Fenton' means a village with a church in fen or marshland. The village was recorded along with nearby Little Fenton as Fentun in the Domesday Book.
Church Fenton's website contains a history, and details of local groups and events. The village has a post office and two public houses: The White Horse and The Fenton Flyer. Village commuters are served by Church Fenton railway station. The village is also home to a Met Office Weather station.
RAF Church Fenton is located immediately north-east.