From Sunday 5th July 2020 there will be one Sunday service at 10.00am. This will be a said service of HOLY COMMUNION and subject to the current guidelines issued by the Church of England for coping with the Corona Virus epidemic.
Church Opening for Private Prayer:
From 15 June onwards, the church building will be open for private prayer at the following times:
Mondays - 9am to 12 noon
Tuesdays - 9am to 12 noon
Wednesdays - 9am to 12 noon and 4pm to 6.30pm
Thursdays - 9am to 12 noon
Fridays - 9am to 12 noon
NOT OPEN ON SATURDAYS
Sundays - 9am to 12 noon
Online Prayer Board:
St Hildeburgh’s is now running an online Prayer Board – all members of the community are welcome to submit prayers which will be prayed by our vicar, Rev Paul, and posted online. Please follow the link: https://www.sthildeburgh.net/prayer.html
Self-Isolation Buddy Scheme:
St Hildeburgh’s is running a ‘Buddy’ scheme, pairing volunteers with vulnerable members of the local community (for purposes such as shopping etc). Please Follow the link: https://www.sthildeburgh.net/coronovirus.html
St. Hildeburgh's is the Church of England Parish Church of Hoylake in Wirral, United Kingdom. We are a warm and welcoming Christian family that is growing.
We have services in modern and traditional styles that cater for the whole community, ranging from Holy Communion in modern language, a monthly family praise service to services using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer.
There are many parish groups and activities such as Mums & Tots (for whom there is a special fortnightly service), 'Voyagers' for young people, and a luncheon club for senior members of the community.
We have strong links with our local community, for instance with our local church school (Holy Trinity), the local RNLI lifeboat, the air cadets and many care and residential homes to name but a few.
Our services are open to all: whether you have been a worshipper all your life or have never been to church before. We aim to make everyone welcome. Do join us!
A Message from Rev Paul, our Vicar ...
"As Vicar of Hoylake, I would like to extend a very warm welcome to you from our growing Christian family here at St Hildeburgh's. We are a people founded on prayer and worship through Jesus Christ that aims to reach out to the whole local community: First, through a diverse range of worship - both modern and traditional; second, through our growing community activities that seek to provide something for all the people of Hoylake. We hope you will join us. Welcome!