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 »
Following CofE guidance all Public services and church meetings have been suspended
A New Baby? The Service of Thanksgiving and Blessing is a chance to gather your family and friends together in Church to welcome your child. It includes a naming ceremony, a commitment for parents and god-parents (or guardians), words of welcome, and a prayer for God’s blessing. Alternatively, the Baptism Service (sometimes called Christening) is more »
6:30pm Informal Worship An informal service that starts with an extended period of worship. Each week we make time to listen to God, experience the Holy Spirit’s ministry, hear relevant teaching and intercede in prayer for our town, nation and the world. Every other week we celebrate Holy Communion. All this finishes at 8pm and more »
10:30am Morning Worship and Children’s Sunday groups A service for everyone aged 0-90! Our service normally lasts one and a half hours except for the first Sunday of the month which is only one hour. Join us to engage with God in worship, relevant teaching and Holy Spirit ministry. This service is family friendly: everyone more »
8am Holy Communion (Traditional) This service is based on the Book of Common Prayer (1662) and our congregation numbers about 20. Our service lasts for about an hour, starting with a traditional hymn.
Everyone has questions when they try something new. Here are some questions that we are commonly asked, we hope that they will answer some of your queries. If we have missed anything, just get in touch and we will do our best to answer. ► What is a service like?We have three services on a more »
All Sunday services have been suspended following advice given by the CofE in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. You can listen to previous sermons here. At St Paul’s, we welcome people as they are. Our services are informal and our dress is casual. We make no collection during any of our services, but a plate more »