Saint           Hilda's

Your Church of England in Audenshaw and North Denton

0161 336 2310




He is not far from any one of us. In him we live and move and have our being.   ACTS 17:27

There has been a place of worship called 'St Hilda's' in this area of Audenshaw and Denton for nearly 100 years.  For most of that time, it has been known as 'high church' - observing the Catholic tradition within the Church of England.

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Denton Road


M34 5EU

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St Hilda's maintains a strict policy for the safety

and protection of children and vulnerable adults, in

accordance with the directives issued by, and                                               regularly reviewed by the Church of England's

Manchester Diocese.


As a church community, we are committed to:


+ The care and nurture

of  - and respectful pastoral ministry with -  

all children and adults                    


+ The safeguarding and protection of all children and adults...


Our Safeguarding and Adults at Risk co-ordinator is:

Mrs Sandra Marston

0161 336 0151


Detailed information and additional contact details:

see 'Safe Church' page




















Our main service (the Family Eucharist) will resume at 10.30am on Sundays when the current restrictions are lifted.


We are required to follow the current rules on social distancing, cleansing and hygiene.. Those attending the service must wear a face mask or covering in church.

Hand sanitiser will be available for everyone to use when entering and leaving the church.

There will be no singing and communion will be given in one kind only ~ a wafer which will have been consecrated in the usual way.

Father John Kershaw

vicar of St Hilda's 1989-2020

May he rest in peace

and rise in glory


The churchwardens, church council and members of St Hilda's congregation would like to express heartfelt thanks to all those who have expressed kind thoughts and condolences following the sad loss of our dear friend and faithful priest, for over 30 years, Father John, who passed away after a long illness on 2nd November 2020.


Click here to read a tribute by one of our regular congregation which was published in the local paper, the Tameside Reporter

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