Church AT Home
We are Open!
Our chapel (within the main church building) is available for private prayer, between 10.30 am and 2.30 pm on weekdays Monday- Friday.
You are very welcome to come and spend time in quiet reflection and prayer.
On Sundays from 19th July and through August the church will be open between 3 and 5pm, with a said Holy Communion service at 4pm.
During your visit, you will be asked to observe social distancing. Hand sanitisers will be available.
Please do not come to church if you or any of your household have had Covid19 symptoms in the last 14 days. If this is the case, we will be very happy to provide or signpost you to practical, chat or prayer support – contact email@example.com.
Watch our online services here:
Holy Communion BCP Service
Contemporary Service with Holy Communion
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We are aiming to offer points of connection, encouragements, Bible teaching and prayer support to all the young people in these times. Here’s a brief overview of what’s currently on offer for young people:
Wednesday evening Zoom sessions at 8pm (for older youth, years 9-13 – note year 8s welcome also)
Sunday morning Pathfinders Zoom sessions at 11.30am (for younger youth, years 7-9) – smaller opt in group(s) for youth who want to go deeper with sharing prayer requests and supporting one another
Michael and the youth team are aiming to make individual supportive contact with each of the 100+ young people we have a connection with. Please contact Tori if you would like your young person to be added to any of these initiatives
On pause for August -join us again in September.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom login details!
There’s wonderful support happening across the St Paul’s family and in our neighbourhoods, through existing friendships and homegroups, and new networks. We really want everyone to keep safe and to support each other in self isolation and social distancing, and so we are helping put people in touch with each other for practical help with shopping and errands, phone or online chats, and prayer.
If you count yourself as one of our church family and would like to offer support in these ways, please email email@example.com.
If you are in need at this time, and are local to St Paul’s, please contact us. If we cannot help directly, we will try to put you in touch with other local groups. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creation Sunday - 6th September
“God’s creation is wonderful … let’s keep it that way”. That’s what our 10.30 service on Sunday 6 September will be about. We want to celebrate the beauty, variety, wonder and power we see in creation but we’re aware that it faces many challenges from human activity, so we’ll look at why as Christians we should care for creation and what we can do to preserve what’s good and remedy what’s not.
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