St. Wilfrid's Church is a community of people committed to proclaiming the love of God to all the people in our parish and beyond. We share worship together in the historic and beautiful Parish Church dedicated to St. Wilfrid of York.
On these pages you can find out more about what we get up to and how you can get more involved. I hope you enjoy exploring our site.
Unfortunately for security reasons the church is normally kept locked during the week however visits, for groups and individuals, can be arranged by contacting the Rector. Contact details can be found by using the 'Contacts' tab above.
The Church is open to visitors every Saturday from noon until 4.00 p.m. (weddings permitting) and refreshments are served throughout the day.
The 1st day of Lent is a time to search ourselves and root out those things that seperate us from God, through prayer, study and penitance we seek the the narrow gate that leads us to God. On this day we are marked with ash as a symbol of our mortality and out utter dependence upon the God in whom 'we live and move and have our being.'
Ash Wednesday Eucharist
with the Rite of Ashing
Wednesday 6th March
Music From The Movies
Come and join us for a joyful afternoon of music for all the family played by our fabulous organist David Williams. Treats include 'Let it go' from the film Frozen, 'How Far I'll Go' from Moana, 'I Wan'na Be Like You' from The Jungle Book, 'Happy' from Despicable Me 2 and the Captain Hook Waltz from Peter Pan. Admission if free but there will be the opportunity to make a donation.
Music from the Movies
Saturday 30th March
A day to celebrate our mothers, but also all those who love, care for and nurture us. At our All-Age service we give the gift of flowers in gratitude for all that we receive.
Mothering Sunday Service
Sunday 31st March