Thursday, March 28, 2013

Have you seen our new Stations of the Cross?

Have you seen our new Stations of the Cross?

They were painted for us by local artist, Liz Roberts.

Below there is a film clip showing them:

Monday, March 18, 2013

Easter and Holy Week Services 2013

Join us this Holy Week and Easter at St. Hildeburgh's Parish Church in Hoylake! All welcome!

Wednesday 27 March: 
10.00am Holy Communion

Maundy Thursday 28 March: 
7.00pm Holy Communion

Good Friday 29 March: 
1.30pm Stations of the Cross

Easter Sunday 31 March:
8.00am Holy Communion
10.00am Easter Family Communion
6.00pm Holy Communion

Do join us!

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Welcome to St Hildeburgh's and Updated Website Coming Soon!

We shall soon be updating our main website ... here is a preview of the introduction and welcome video it will have!

Monday, March 11, 2013

The Cross of Christ - 6.00pm Sunday 17 March 2013

Please make a note…on Sunday, March 17, at 6.00pm Evensong is to be replaced at St. Hildeburgh's Church Hoylake, by 'The Cross of Christ: A Devotion for Congregation and Choir'. This has not been performed at St Hildeburgh's for many years and our organist, Stephen Claus, and the choir are encouraging as many people as possible to come along and take part.


Friday, March 1, 2013


An African adventure is coming up for St Hildeburgh's worshipper William Jones – but it is far from a holiday.
William, 18-year-old son of churchwarden Carron, is off to Uganda where he will be working with under-privileged youngsters for 3½ weeks with just one weekend off.
He has to raise £1,300 to cover his travel and other costs and, having amassed £600, aims to augment his funding by undergoing a sponsored chest-waxing – by St Hildeburgh's own qualified beau­t­ician, Kathey Lang. Our congregation are invited to sponsor William on the form at the back of church from today.
He will be joining youngsters from the Church of the Good Shepherd, Heswall, on their yearly mission to Uganda. The group, who will fly out on July 12, will be living, eating and working with the local people in very basic conditions.
William told us: “I have got a real feel for Africa, after visiting South Africa, and I’m really excited about this project. I’ve got no illusions – it will be a tough trip and hard work.
“It’s the sort of place where people sleep on the floor – a mud floor. Money has already been raised to pay for mattresses for them and now we will be working to redecorate and upgrade their homes, and helping in various ways.”
William is in his last year in the sixth form at Hilbre High School, studying Drama and ICT (Information & Commun­ication Technologies).