The Civic Sunday service is traditionally the first engagement of the new Mayoral year.
It gets underway at 10.45am on Sunday 21 May with a short procession from the Civic Centre to St Peter's Collegiate Church, where the formal service led by the Reverend David Wright will begin at 11am. All faiths are welcome and refreshments will be served in the Georgian Room at Wolverhampton Art Gallery afterwards.
Councillor Elias Mattu, who will be elected the 159th Mayor of Wolverhampton at the Full Council meeting on Wednesday evening (17 May), said: "Civic Sunday is an important occasion in the Civic calendar when the people of Wolverhampton come together to attend church.
"I am looking forward to taking the chains of office next week and passionately believe in keeping traditions alive. I would therefore like to invite people of all faiths or none to join me for this very special service."
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- released: Thursday 11 May, 2017