Church AT Home And at Church

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Holy Communion Service

Contemporary Service with Holy Communion

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Services in Church!

There is no longer a need to book your place at Church – unless you are looking for a socially distanced seat. To book a socially distanced seat please contact the office.

We hold services on Sundays at 8.30am (Holy Communion  – Common Worship) and 10.30am which is our main service.  Both services are streamed on our YouTube channel (see above).  The 8.30am and 10.30am services are being held in Church every week.

Monthly Holy Communion Service

This service will take place every 1st Wednesday of the month and will use the same liturgy as the 8:30am Sunday service but without the hymn and the sermon. It will be followed by the pop-in cafe for those who wish to stay for refreshments.


.The writer of Hebrews in chapter 10 verse 25 encourages us to “not give up meeting together…but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” 

In the face of something that we can’t control then what better way to respond than to continue to gather in prayer (albeit online) to the one who IS in control, Jesus.  

 Each Monday we will be gathering on Zoom for a weekly church prayer meeting to pray into and about the COVID 19 pandemic and associated issues we and the country face at this time. 

 If you would like to join us, please email to get the Zoom login details!

Monday prayers

The staff team are meeting in church to pray each Monday 12.30-1pm. All are welcome to join this gathering and pray together.

We are looking for Volunteers

If you are interested in serving in anyway at St Paul’s, please talk to Lindsey, Jo or the staff team!  In particular we are looking  for help at the 10.30 service, including laptop operators, tech team, coffee servers, welcomers/stewards, and people to prepare intercessions and read the Bible passage. No experience needed and guidance /training will be given. How might you play a part?