Church At Home

How we are bringing our Church Home We are developing our online resources, so please re-visit this page to find out the latest…. Special poem for Easter from Richard We are posting regular updates on our YouTube channel and require no logins! Our YouTube Channel [section=Video Prayers] Tuesday 21st April Night Prayer for 21st June: https://youtu.be/AfVqqpFN1VYFeaturing more »

Sustainability

St Albans Sustainability Festival 2020 St Paul’s Church will be taking part in the St Albans and Harpenden Sustainability Festival in 2020.  The festival is from 23 May to 7 June – more details of the event are available here.  The schedule is being put together at the moment.  Watch this space….   Want More more »

Priorities

Vision into Action: Setting our Direction Our Vision into Action document sets out the key objectives for St Paul’s in taking forward its vision over the next 2-3 years. It is supported by detailed Priority Action Areas – actions and areas that we look to take forward over this period. This is a live document, more »

Statement following the recent BBC documentary

With safeguarding in the public eye again this week, we’d like to take a moment to remind you how seriously we take safeguarding in the parish. We follow all the requirements of the House of Bishops’ policy and the church legislative requirements. We practice safe recruiting and we have a parish safeguarding officer. We have more »

Silent Prayer Group

Stressed? Need a rest? Spend some time in silent prayer. “God speaks in the silence of the heart. Listening is the beginning of prayer.” Mother Teresa Silent prayer is a time to receive more from God. It’s a time to let go of our worries. To soak in His presence. What to expect… We start more »

Book Club

About the Book Club The Book Club meets twice every term, usually on a Thursday evening. Everyone is welcome. Our next meeting will be online! We will try to get a Zoom conference on Thursday April 23rd at 8pm. The book we have chosen is ‘God on Mute’ by Pete Greig. Copies from  abebooks.co.uk (also available from other booksellers). Everyone more »

Christian Book Display

When ? Date of next book display: Sunday February 16th after 8am, 10.30 am and 6.30pm services. Book Display happens once a month at the end of each Sunday service. We aim for the third Sunday in the month. What ? The display consists of Christian books donated by church members. They are all completely more »

Book Club – Recent review

The Book Club met on 27th February 2020. We agreed that ‘The Life you’ve always wanted’ by John Ortberg is well worth recommending. It is a gentle introduction to spiritual disciplines which makes you think ‘I could do that!’. It speaks persuasively to recent Christians – it could be part of Alpha follow up – while more »

Additional Needs

Inclusion and Additional Needs at St Paul’s The Bible describes the church as a body made up of many different parts (1 Corinthians 12:12-27). Each part plays a significant role and is valued. So, at St Paul’s we highly value every individual, and want to help everyone, no matter what their age, physical or relational more »

Youth Trip to Uganda

On this page, you can: make a donation to the Youth Mission Trip, please click here you have not booked your ticket to the Dinner and Auction of Promises yet, contact Michael as there may be a few left take a look at the Auction of Promises catalogue. You can bid even if you are not at the more »

Youth Events Coming up…

Calendar and what’s happening   Various midweek dates for 1:1 meet ups I am available as much as possible for young people who wish to meet up with me (or other leaders) for a 1:1 chat, perhaps over a hot chocolate after school either in the concourse at church or in a coffee shop (near church / in town more »