Vicar: Rev Stuart Powell SSC


St Martin’s Vicarage

Dixon Street

Rough Hills

Wolverhampton  WV2 2BG

Tel: 01902 341030

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Saint Stephen the Martyr

Hilton Street

Springfield

Wolverhampton

WV10 0LF

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Saint Martin of Tours

Dixon Street

Rough Hills

Wolverhampton

WV2 2BG

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Welcome to the Benefice of Wolverhampton Saint Martin and Saint Stephen Website.

The Benefice of Wolverhampton St Martin and St Stephen is made up of two Anglo-Catholic churches. On the 1st December 2015 the benefice of St Martin of Tours, Rough Hills, Wolverhampton and the benefice of St Stephen the Martyr, Springfield, Wolverhampton, were united to create a new benefice to be known as The Benefice of Wolverhampton Saint Martin and Saint Stephen.

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Our Tradition

Both St Martin’s and St Stephen's are churches in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ through Word, Sacrament and Service. We are part of the Diocese of Lichfield, under the Episcopal oversight of Bishop of Ebbsfleet under the House of Bishops’ Declaration.

Where the churches are located.

St Stephen's Church is about a 5 minutes’ walk from Wolverhampton Railway and Bus Stations and also from the City centre.
(Post code WV10 0LF).

St Martin's Church is approx.10 minutes from the City centre either by bus or car.
(Post code WV2 2BG).

Regular Services

The regular celebration of the Mass is at the heart of our lives together. It is usually celebrated on the following weekdays

Tuesday -  St Martin at 9.30am

Wednesday -  St Stephen at 7.00pm

Friday -  St Martin at 9.30am  

Saturday -  St Stephen at 10.00am

Sung Mass is celebrated on Sunday

 St Martin at 9.15am

St Stephen at 11.00am