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Our Lady of Lourdes, Kingswinford

The spiritual life of the parish includes a Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Benediction; this was initiated with a Redemptorist Mission in 1997 and continues on a monthly basis.

The Catholic Women's League has played a significant role in supporting parish life and events since 1964 and the SVP Conference is also an active presence in the life of the parish.

Parishioners support the Food Bank by means of regular donations.

Out Church Hall is used not only by the parish but also supports the wider communities social activities and a number of organisations. 

Parish life


Fridays 9:30-11:30am, Parish Hall

Catholic Women's League (CWL)

Meets regularly

Parish history

The origins of the parish of Our Lady of Lourdes, Kingswinford, lie in the days of World War II, when it was not easy for locals to get to Brierley Hill for Mass. The generosity and unstinting efforts of so many during the subsequent years resulted in the building of our present church.

The Church was blessed on the 5th July 1983 by the Right Reverend Joseph Cleary, Bishop of Cressima and Auxiliary of Birmingham, and then it was consecrated on the 11th February 2005 by the Most Reverend Vincent Nichols, the Archbishop of Birmingham at that time.

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