Interim Priests

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



WV10 0LF

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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 churches of St Martin  of Tours, Rough Hills and St Stephen the Martyr, Springfield became the Benefice of Wolverhampton St Martin and St Stephen in December 2015.

Whilst they are not ajoined to each other geographically they are served by the same clergy. Fr Damian Feeney SSC was appointed Interim Minister in July 2019 whilst continuing as Parish Priest at Holy Trinity Church, Ettingshall. Fr Roger Gilbert SSC currently ministers to the people of St Stephen’s.

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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 Oswestry 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).


Sunday Masses

St Martin at 9.15am
St Stephen at 11.00am


Tuesday at St Martin’s
10.00am - Said Mass

Wednesday at St Stephen’s
2.15 - 3.00pm
Exposition and Adoration
3.00pm - Said Mass


Lord Jesus Christ, you taught us to love our neighbour, and to care for those in need as if we were caring for you.

In this time of anxiety, give us strength to comfort the
fearful, to tend the sick, and to assure the isolated of our
love, and your love, for your name’s sake.


We especially pray for all those who live or work within our local communities on the following days:

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