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The parish is in the centre of Winchester and the church is entered via Upper Brook Street (SO23 8DG) and is bounded by Upper Brook Street, North Walls and Middle Brook Street.
The church was built in 1854 in the ‘working class’ area of Winchester where there were tanneries, dying houses, brickyards and market gardens. These have all gone and the area comprises of the shops and flats in the pedestrianised town centre, with flats and housing on the other streets.
It was built as an Anglican Anglo-catholic church and maintains that tradition today, it is a parish of the Society under the patronage of S. Wilfrid and S. Hilda, and is a Forward in Faith parish.
Working in and with the Diocese and Deanery of Winchester under the Five Guiding Principles it is cared for pastorally by the Bishop of Richborough by remit from the Bishop of Winchester.