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St Martin’s

Fr Damian Feeney SSC
Tel: 07949 570387

St Stephen’s

Fr Roger Gilbert
Tel: 01543 505007

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Saint Stephen the Martyr

Hilton Street



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Saint Martin of Tours

Dixon Street

Rough Hills



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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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The death of a loved one is often the hardest thing any of us have to experience in our life. Words cannot adequately express our sense of bereavement and loss when someone we love so very much is no longer with us.

The funeral liturgy emphasizes our faith in Jesus’ victory over death and our hope in resurrection, even as we mourn our temporary separation from a loved one.  We believe that death is not the end, but the beginning of a perfect, permanent life with Christ in heaven.

A funeral service celebrates the life and love of the deceased but it is also an occasion when we commend them with great hope to the mercy and love of God in a journey which continues on into all eternity with him.

For more details about a funeral in the Church of England please click here.

Funerals are usually arranged via your chosen funeral director who will liaise with the parish staff.

A prayer after a bereavement