The Watch

This year The Watch will be kept by Rev’d Canon Rachel and other members of our community in their own homes during the evening of Maundy Thursday. There will be regular readings posted on Facebook throughout the evening. The Watch will end on Facebook live at 12am. In addition, all the readings are available for…

Mourning and Supporting Manchester

HPC is open with a condolence book. At tea-time, from 4.30pm there is a gathering, words spoken at 5pm. Any faith or none. It is always the hardest to speak of peace in the midst of violence.

Easter Programme

The Programme of Holy Week & Easter Services at Huddersfield Parish Church   Please note Sunday 2nd April the Messiah Concert begins at 2.30pm.

Ecumenical Witness

On Good Friday morning, Churches together in Huddersfield Town Centre begin the annual Walk of Witness around the streets of Huddersfield. A huge cross is carried around the route and the selections telling of Jesus’ last hours are read at various stations. Others services of meditation and action take place at Huddersfield Parish Church in…

Vigil for Peace

Vigil for Peace in response to the Paris attacks and other atrocities in the world. At very short notice people from Huddersfield Interfaith Council, Kirklees Faith Forum and Churches Together in Huddersfield Town Centre came together to hold a Vigil for Peace at Huddersfield Parish Church. Represented among those gathered were: Pakistani Christian, Muslim, Society…

Response to Violence

Dear Friends, In response to the events yesterday in Paris we are inviting you to come together to pray for peace and to light a candle if you so wish in St Peter’s – Huddersfield Parish Church, tomorrow, Sunday 15th November 2015 at 6.30pm.  The Vigil will last about half an hour, and we invite…