There’s always lots happening at St Wilfrid’s!
Here are the dates when we are running out Summer Toddler Group – from 9.30am.
St Wilfrid’s has a wonderful history. For over 90 years its members have provided a faithful Christian witness to our community. There has been much change: not only is our building very different to that originally built in the
St Wilfrid’s church leaders have starting working with Rev’d Nick Ralph and his team from Portsmouth Diocese to help us better understand our wonderful community of Cowplain. Nick and his college Leigh Rampton have reviewed the profile and changes
A community where everyone feels valued, included and part of something bigger than themselves. And where an ever-growing number of people are living in the sure and certain hope of eternal life, knowing that God loves them and that
At the end of November, 2017, we held a Modern Slavery Awareness evening at St. Wilfrid’s. We were blessed with some very informative speakers who held our attention throughout the evening. It was facilitated by Rev Edwina Fennemore who spoke
Intergenerational ministry isn’t simply the concept of having all ages listening to the same sermon alongside each other, or having an illustration for the children and then moving on to the “serious, adult bit”. Instead Intergenerational services aim to have
This January, we are starting an exciting new Sunday Club at St Wilfrid’s. This will be a Sunday school club for school children aged 4-14 years of age, and will run on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month
What does Lent mean to you? Ask people outside of the church and they will probably look blank, but many Christians also only know it as a time to give up chocolate or alcohol. So how did it come about
Easter is middling early this year, with Easter Day falling on April 1st. That means that Lent starts middling early as well: Ash Wednesday is 14th February. And just a week after that, our Lent course begins, lasting for five