Hull West

Hull Deanery centres on the city of Kingston upon Hull, which is home to over 257,000 people, making it the biggest city in the Diocese of York. Hull suffered heavy damage in the blitz, its fishing industry declined in the 1970s, and its industry is now focused on the chemical and health care sectors. Selected to be the UK’s City of Culture in 2017, Hull is also home to Hull Truck Theatre, Hull City football club, Hull FC rugby club, and Hull Kingston Rovers. Find out more about the churches in Hull Deanery here

It was standing room only at the Hull Reform Synagogue for the open service on Friday at which the Archbishop was invited to witness a special event. We hear from the Archbishop and Rabbi Danny Rich about this.  Also the Archbishop spoke about the presentation of his Hull FC rugby shirt on his Pilgrimage this week and cheering on the team.  He shared his experiences of the week starting at North Ferriby, the River Humber, the Humber Rescue service, the care at the Dialysis Unit at the Hull Royal Hospital and the importance of teamwork. Click here to listen to his interview (original programme

23rd February 2016

9.00 Pilgrimage Prayers at All Saints North Ferriby. 9.30am leave to walk around North Ferriby. 10.15am [email protected] Extra at All Saints Parish Hall. Visit North Ferriby School. 1.15pm Leave Coronation Gardens, Church Rd to walk to Swanland . Calling at Toddler Group at St Barnabas Church. Leave around 3.00pm to walk around Swanland then 4.00pm Pilgrimage Prayers at St Barnabas Church. 7.00pm Curry Night at St Barnabas, Swanland.


24th February 2016

9.00am Pilgrimage Prayers at St Martin’s Church, North Rd. Visit Eastfield School. Leave around 11.30am to walk around the parish. 1.30pm walk from St Martin's to Priory Primary School for a visit. 3.30pm walk from Priory Primary School to the Church of the Ascension for Pilgrimage Prayers at 4.00pm.


25th February 2016

8.00am Breakfast Club at Boulevard Baptist Church. 8.45am PIlgrimage Prayers at Boulevard Baptist Church. Leave around 9.30am to walk down Hessle Rd & Boulevard, arriving around 11.15am at Hull Royal Infirmary for a visit. Leave around 1.30pm to walk to Boulevard Academy for a visit. 4.00pm Visit Hessle Rd Network. 4.30pm Pilgrimage Prayers at St John the Baptist, Newington. Watch Hull FC match at KC Stadium.


26th February 2016

9.00am Pilgrimage Prayers at All Saints Hessle. Leave around 9.45am to walk through town centre to Hessle Infant and Junior Schools. 1.30pm Visit Humber Rescue. 2.00pm meet at Priory Park roundabout for a walk to Francis Askew School. 4.00pm Pilgrimage Prayers at St Nicholas, Kingston-upon-Hull. In the evening join The Hull Reform Synagogue for their open evening.


27th February 2016

9.00am Pilgrimage Prayers and coffee morning at Anlaby Village Hall. Leave around 10.15am to walk through Anlaby. Visit East Riding Leisure, Haltemprice. Around 1.45pm walk through Willerby Shopping Centre and on to St Luke's Church, Willerby for Pilgrimage Prayers at 3.00pm.


28th February 2016

9.15am Morning Service at St Andrew's, Kirk Ella. After refreshments 11.00am second Morning Service at St Andrew's, Kirk Ella.