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Welcome to the Parish of Hoylake's News Blog.

We are a warm and welcoming church that is looking to grow.

For more information about us, please visit our website: www.sthildeburgh.org

Friday, June 29, 2012


Please Support our Church School’s Summer Fair
 
Holy Trinity C of E School
Summer Fair
Saturday, 7th July
12 - 2pm
Everybody welcome - please support 
our school!

Generous Donations to Support the Work at the Vicarage

We would like to record our very sincere thanks to members of the congregation who have given and pledged financial support towards work at the vicarage – a splendid £1,300 has been given.

We Have a Vicar Again!

We are pleased to announce that the Induction Service for our new Vicar, Rev'd Paul Rossiter went exceptionally well last Thursday (28 June 2012).

The church was full to capacity with members of our church family, Paul's familiy, many visiting clergy and various visiting dignitaries. - including the Mayor of Wirral and Esther McVey MP.

The service was led by Bishop Keith of Birkenhead, Archdeacon Michael of Chester and the Rural Dean - Gillian (Paul's wife!).

It was an enjoyable and uplifting evening.

Rev'd Paul will be taking his first services as our Vicar on Sunday 1 July:

  8.00 Holy Communion
10.00 Parish Communion
  6.00 Evensong.

We hope you can join us!

Friday, June 1, 2012

Quiz Night


Friday 22 June – Church Centre

Quiz commences 7.30pm Arrive anytime from 7pm onwards. Please bring nibbles to share in the break. Squash provided but bring any other drinks you wish. Teams of 6 or just turn up and form teams on the night. No entry charge. Raffle for church funds


All welcome so do bring friends/neighbours/family
Come for a fun light-hearted evening.

Prizes!!!!!

Ladies' Guild Coffee Morning



Saturday 9 June, 10.30

We are all impressed by the standard of colourful flower arrangements created by St Hildeburgh's Ladies’ Guild, especially at the festivals of Easter, Harvest and Christmas. The guild pays for these from its annual fund-raising coffee morning which this year will be on Saturday, June 9, from 10.30am-12noon, at the Church Centre. Admission costs £1 and includes unlimited tea, coffee, squash and biscuits. Attractions include stalls selling gifts; hand-made greetings cards; toys; and homemade cakes, scones and pastries. Items for sale will be welcomed by Jackie Surridge or Joyce Reade. Please come along on the day and bring a friend.