The Parish of Halas
A website for the Church of England Parish Churches in Cradley, Halesowen, Hasbury, Lapal and Romsley
We are a team of five churches, working together to live as friends and followers of Jesus Christ in our local communities.
Alongside other churches in Dudley and Worcestershire (the Church of England Diocese of Worcester) we pray that our lives reflect the life of Jesus through our commitment to...
Justice & Freedom
If you'd be interested in joining with us in our worship, our fellowship,
our work or any part of our daily journey with God, get in touch.
We'll always do our best to make you feel welcome
and look forward to hearing what you have to say.
We are seeking to be diverse and inclusive churches
Rob Hall (Rector) Katryn Leclezio Dominic Melville Hazel Charlton
0121 550 8744 01384 411383 0121 550 7426 07895 107095
Helping men who suffer domestic abuse
Helping men who abuse to stop
0808 802 4040
03444 111 445
our church buildings may be closed for now, but our church life isn't
Our "Church at Home" page has readings, sermons, prayers and meditations, and a link to a separate page of resources for children and families.
If you know people who need to receive these weekly resources by post, please let the parish office know. Thank you.
Our Facebook page
Prayer each day at
8:30am and Evening
Prayer at 5:00pm
You can view the latest service below
Please remember in your prayers those who have died recently and those who love and miss them:
A family journey through Thy Kingdom Come: Click on the map for an interactive version
Click on the logo for prayer resources
The Black Country Food bank needs our particular support at the moment to answer significant need in our community. If you can't get supplies to them, you can give financially through their website. Click on the logo above.
volunteering in dudley borough
and in romsley & hunnington
If you live in Romsley or Hunnington and are able to volunteer, please ring 079 079 76915
What happens if I am sick and need prayer?
Please contact the clergy. We may not be able to visit in person at the moment but we are more than happy to be on the phone and pray with you. And of course we'll keep you in our private prayers and the prayers of the church community if you should you wish it.
What happens if someone needs Last Rites?
If someone you care for is in hospital, contact the hospital chaplaincy immediately, but please also let the Parish Clergy know. If they are at home, please contact the parish clergy directly. Our numbers are under our photos at the top of this page.
What happens if I need to arrange a funeral?
We are always here to take funerals. The Funeral Director will be in touch with us if you would like a Church of England minister to conduct the service. For the moment however, under government guidelines, funerals can only take place at the crematorium or at the graveside, not in church buildings. Only immediate family can attend - generally spouses or partners, parents and children. We realise that this is very hard, but these rules apply throughout the country at present, and are for your protection and the protection of the people you care about. We would encourage you to consider whether then holding an additional Memorial Service when the present crisis is over might be helpful for you and for those unable to attend the funeral. All friends and family would be welcome to come and pray, remember, and celebrate their life,
What happens if I want to arrange a christening?
Please contact the Parish Office. There are no baptisms at present, except when a life is in danger. However we are happy to make provisional bookings for the future when we'll be free to gather together again.
What happens if I want to book a wedding?
Please contact the parish office. There are no weddings at present, but we are happy to make provisional bookings for the future, and will do all that we can to help you if you have had to re-arrange a planned ceremony.
for Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults
If you have any concerns, questions or enquiries regarding safeguarding, please contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer
Each of our five churches has a Safeguarding Representative who will be happy to address any questions you may have:
St Peter Cradley: Sharon Turner
St John Halesowen: Margaret Hannaford
St Kenelm Romsley: Pat Hall
St Margaret Hasbury: Alan Hughes
St Peter Lapal: Sue Bicknell
The Halesowen Welcome Group
was an initiative of local Churches for asylum seekers and refugees and Halas has been involved from the beginning. The video will give you some idea about the group's work.