St Wilfrid's Halton

Journeying in Faith;
Spreading Love;
Serving our Community.

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Our Church

Your parish church serving the communities of Halton & Halton Moor.

St Wilfrid's Church offers vibrant colourful Anglo-Catholic family-friendly worship with Communion every Sunday. We are part of the Diocese of Leeds in the Church of England. We have a thriving Sunday School, which meets every week apart from the first Sunday of each month, when we worship together in our All-Age Eucharist.

All are welcome to join us at our services, particularly if you have never been to church before.

Sevice times

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Sunday 9th January

 Sunday 23rd January 

Sunday 6th Feburary (communion)

Sunday 20th Feb

Sunday 16th January (communion)

Sunday 30th January 

Sunday 13th Feburary 

Sunday 27th Feb (communion)


Coronavirus Update

Changes to Services

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to affect us, our usual pattern of services and opening has been suspended.

For Sunday worship we are currently alternating between St Wilfrid's and our sister church in the benefice, St Philip's Osmondthorpe. We meet at 10:30.

​For the remainder of 2021 please find us at the following:

St Philip's

Nov 14th (Remembrance), Nov 28th (Advent 1) and Dec 12th (Communion Advent 3).

St Wilfrid's

Nov 21st (Communion, Christ the King), Dec 5th (Advent 2) and Dec 19th (Advent 4).

We will be continuing to offer a Faith Online slot on our Facebook pages too. One of a variety of things will appear early each week. 

Praying Together


St Wilfrid's Church is a generous community, and your generosity funds our ministry and mission. The simplest way to give to our work is through the Parish Giving Scheme. 

Signing up is very straightforward. Through your prayerful commitment, we get a regular, tax-efficient source of income which has the capacity to increase with the cost of living, yet involves virtually no administration for us. The system is secure, confidential and easy to use, and free to you and us, supporting our church today and for the future.

If you are interested in finding out more, please don’t hesitate to contact Hannah, our Vicar. If you would like to sign up, click on THIS LINK or call the PGS team on 0333 002 1271, quoting Halton St Wilfrid’s parish code of 460 646 276.

Another great and simple way to support our work is EASYFUNDRAISING! Over 4,000 shops and sites will donate for FREE when you use #easyfundraising to shop with them. Help us raise more by signing up HERE.

Thank you.


As a parish in the Diocese of Leeds we take our commitment to safeguarding, and the responsibilities that come with it, very seriously.

We work in accordance with the national Church of England policy. Our safeguarding statement is reviewed and agreed by our PCC every year. You can find the latest update at the bottom of this page.

If you believe a child or vulnerable adult is in immediate danger please call the police on 101.

If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact Tamsin Morris on 0113 4501702 or at

You can also talk to the Vicar, Hannah Smith on 0113 2609154 or at

Our diocesan safeguarding adviser is Jenny Leccardi who can be contacted on 0113 3530259.


Our historic building

Visit us!

St Wilfrid’s has the only original entirely wooden spire in the UK, which retains its original wooden shingles & frame. 

Our striking and beautiful church building, bridging the gap between Arts & Crafts style and Modernism, was completed in 1939, was designed by Arts & Crafts architect, Albert Randall Wells and features sculptures by Eric Gill and others.

The stone church is impressive in structure, with many large windows giving a beautiful, bright and spacious interior.

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Contact Us

Vicar: Hannah Smith

0113 260 9154​

Hall Bookings: Trish Puzycz



Please contact the Vicar if you are interested in a baptism, wedding or funeral.


Find Us

St Wilfrid's Church, Selby Road, Leeds LS15 7NP


One Benefice, Two Churches

We are part of a joint benefice with St Philip's, Osmondthorpe.

Follow this link to learn more about them.