Church of England Diocese of Sheffield St. Wilfrith Moorends

About Us

St. Wilfrith's is the Parish Church of Moorends, and is a member of the Society of St. Wilfred & St. Hilda.

During this time of Coronavirus we are OPEN FOR WORSHIP:

We meet for Sunday Mass at 3.00pm and for Mass  at 10.00am on Wednesdays.

We are a Covid-Safe environment, and observe all the social distancing & hygiene requirements.

 

Enquiries about Baptism (Christenings), Marriage, and Banns may be made after Mass on Sunday afternoons (4.00pm). However, at this time of National Crisis, we have to observe Government restrictions on Baptisms & Weddings, but you are very welcome to make enquiries for a future date.

Confessions: before or after any Mass.

Sunday Mass this Week: (18th April: 3rd Sunday of Eastertide (B).)

Hymns to follow this week (whilst Fr. Pay sings & Carol plays the piano):           

                                 English Hymnal    129: Christ the Lord is risen again!                                                                                                                   [sheet] He is Risen, alleluia!                                                                                                                                128: At the Lamb's High Feast we sing                                                                                                            133: Jesus Christ is risen today (+ Regina Caeli)

This Sunday's ReadingsActs 3:13-15,17-19;  1John 2: 1-5; Luke 24: 35-48.

[Next Sunday's Readings:  Acts 4:8-12;  1John 3:1-2;  John 10:11-18.]

Wednesday 21st April: 10.00 am Said Mass.

Tuesday 20th April: 12.00 noon: Archie White's funeral at S. Wilfrith's.

                            We pray for the repose of his soul: Jesus, mercy! Mary, pray!

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And at this time, we join the rest of the country in praying for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth & her family.

We pray for the repose of the soul of Prince Philip:

                                                       God of our lives,

                                    we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip,
                                            for his love of our country,
                                           and for his devotion to duty.
                                  We entrust him now to your love and mercy,
                                       through our redeemer Jesus Christ.

                                                               Amen.