St Paul’s Church take Safeguarding seriously. On this page we have links to our protection policies on Children and Vulnerable Adults which contain information important to users, organisers, parents, carers and leaders who use St Paul’s Church. They also contain information on who to contact should you have concerns regarding Safeguarding. You can download our more »
St Paul’s is the location of the CAP (Christians Against Poverty) St Albans Debt Help Centre, which is one of over 230 such centres across the UK that are helping thousands of people to get out of debt. If you would like to talk to them, please ring the free telephone number 0800 328 more »
Here at St Paul’s we are always looking to expand our team of volunteers and there are plenty of opportunities to help serve in the worship team. We are looking first and foremost for people with servant-hearts who long to glorify our heavenly Father through the offering of their time and talents. Therefore, with this more »
Here are some of the new songs that we’ll be singing at St Paul’s over the next term. We hope that these songs capture your imagination too and allow you to come into a greater depth of intimacy and relationship with Jesus Christ. 1) Stand In Your Love – Josh Baldwin 2) Who You Say more »
Our vision for worship at St Paul’s Here at St Paul’s we understand that worship is primarily a lifestyle of passion, sacrifice and obedience to God made possible by the empowering and equipping of his Holy Spirit. We also understand that music has the power to move people and is a wonderful tool that allows more »
Make sure you keep up to date with all that’s going on by signing up for either our Monthly Parents and Carers Update if you regularly come on a Sunday morning or just for occasional updates about upcoming events and parties. Letters, Forms and Flyers Find letters that have gone home, any forms you may need as well more »
Coffee and play for Mums, Dads, Carers and Babies (bumps, newborns and babies up until walking). We meet in Garden Room 1 from 10 – 11.30am on Thursdays in term time.
We are fortunate to have Rainbow, Brownie and Guide packs that are based at St Paul’s. They attend two services a year and many church families are involved with the groups. If you would like further information please contact the church office who will be able to put you in touch with the relevant leader.
Working with local schools At St Paul’s, St Albans we love partnering with the local schools. We see Schools Work as a key area of our Church as we seek to serve our local community. We are pleased to be able to offer schools a wide range of resources free of charge including; lessons, assemblies more »
Explorers is for school years 3 – 6, children aged 7-11 (>25 on the register with about 15 weekly). We have an informal atmosphere with a slightly more mature feel to help the transformation to youth. We listen to and pray for each other, spend time soaking in God’s presence and get up to all more »
Climbers is for children from their second term of reception, through years 1 and 2 (>30 on the register, about 15 weekly). We enjoy learning about the Bible, games, craft and learning more about chatting to and catching what God can say to us. We meet in the Large Hall. Climbers is overseen by Tori more »
Scramblers is our Sunday group for children who are 3 years old until they have settled into their first half term of Reception (>30 on the register, about 20 weekly). We have playtime, storytime, creative time and singing and dancing. We enjoy worship with voices, instruments or actions or all three and prayer with each more »
Tumblers is for children who can toddle around unaided until they turn 3 years old (>20 on the register, 10 – 15 each week). The children have 40 minutes of free play with ride on toys, colouring, playdough, trains, dressing up, dolls, books, puzzles and even a slide and trampoline! During this time the leaders more »
Stepping Stones is our group for babies until they are confidently walking (> 20 on the register, about 10 weekly) and meets in Garden Room 1. A typical session includes 40 minutes free play during which the leaders get to know children better and pray for them and their families. Then they join with Tumblers more »