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  • Welcome and a big hello, from everyone at St Wilfrid's in Wilford.

    Our website tells you a little bit about us and hopefully gives you some news about what the members of our church family are doing, both within the church itself and within our local community.  You can use the subscribe button lower down to sign up for our weekly round-up of news.

    Our service times are usually 8:00 am and 10:30 am every Sunday, but you can find information about others events and activites throughout this website,  If you don't know us, or haven't been before you should know that you are most welcome and that it would be great to see you at a service or at one of our of our events. Our church is your church. Hope to see you at some point soon!                       

    Revd Phil Marsh

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    Mental Health: Children and Young people
    The aim of this workshop is to provide an understanding of the mental health issues that may affect children and young people, and includes information on how we can support them. It is suitable for parents, family carers, those involved in children/youth work, and pastoral care.

    News from around the diocese
    Each month the Diocese produces 'Nifty Notes' a round up of News from around the Diocese.

    News from around the diocese
    Each month the Diocese produces 'Nifty Notes' a round up of News from around the Diocese.

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