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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

Monday, March 28, 2016

Bacon Butty Tuesdays at St Hildeburgh's in Hoylake

Join us
EVERY
Tuesday Morning
(10.30am to 12 noon)
for a
BACON BUTTY & CUPPA

Open to the whole community 
and  there's NO CHARGE!!

It takes place in
St Hildeburgh's Church Centre
(behind St Hildeburgh's Parish Church)
Stanley Road
Hoylake
WIrral, CH47 1HL

This community outreach is supported in part by
Wirral Borough Council's
WIRRAL WEST COMMUNITY FUND

How to find St Hildeburgh's Church ....









Saturday, March 19, 2016

Services for Holy Week & Easter 2016


Services 
for
HOLY WEEK
and
EASTER
2016
(20 to 27 March 2016)
at
St Hildeburgh's 
Parish Church
Stanley Road, Hoylake


Wednesday 23 March
10am Holy Communion

Thursday 24 March
MAUNDY THURSDAY
7pm (evening)
Holy Communion

Friday 25 March
GOOD FRIDAY
1.30pm Stations of the Cross

Sunday 27 March
EASTER DAY
8am Holy Communion
10am EASTER COMMUNION
(no evening service today)

There are short services of  
Morning Prayer 
in the church's 
Lady Chapel  
at 
9.00am 
on 
Tuesdays, 
Wednesdays 
and 
Thursdays

Friday, March 11, 2016

Who is my Neigbour? Open Worship: Sunday, 13 March 2016

Sunday
13 March 2016
6.00pm
at
St Hildeburgh's Parish Church Hoylake
in the
Church Centre
(behind the church on Stanley Road, Hoylake)

Our informal 'open worship' this month 
will explore the theme ...

WHO IS MY NEIGHBOUR?

video


All are welcome!
The worship is very informal, with worship songs, prayer, refreshments and lots of opportunity to discuss





Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Please Support St Hildeburgh's Exciting Church Grounds Project by Voting!

St Hildeburgh's Parish Church is fortunate in having extensive and largely wooded grounds. We want to make these an amenity open to the whole community. To this end, we are embarking on an ambitious project.

The project will be in several stages and will include:
  • Creating woodland paths
  • Establishing picnic areas with picnic tables
  • Creating a memorial garden with Hoylake's war memorial at its centre during this, the anniversary of the First World War

Currently, the war memorial is in a car park behind the church - we intend to move it into a more visible and dignified location at the east end of the church grounds, bordering on The King's Gap.

We are making a bid for funding from Wirral Borough Council to help with the cost of the project .... and we need your vote! If you feel you can support us, please vote online by 18 March 2016. The address for the online vote is at:

 https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3ZY29MG

Pictured below in order are:
  1. The War Memorial
  2. The memorial's current location in the car park behind the church
  3. The proposed new location for the memorial
  4. A view of some of the wooded land that will be opened up for public access