You can sure of a warm welcome at St Paul’s Church on Sunday mornings at our 10am service as we seek to know God’s love and share God’s love with one another and our community.

New people are always welcome and we will be glad to see you.

We aim to be a friendly welcoming church, open to people of all ages and backgrounds. 

Whatever stage you are at in your own spiritual journey we hope you will feel at home at St Paul’s
 

Sunday FAQs

What can I expect?
A service of Holy Communion with traditional hymns accompanied by the organ and a message from the Bible that connects with everyday life

When does the service start? 10am


What kinds of people come to St Paul’s? 

Old people and young people. Black people and white people. Middle class and working class people. In fact, every kind of person. 

What is the dress code?
Most people dress casually but there are no hard and fast rules.

How will I know what to do?
Our services are simple and straightforward. The service sheet gives directions about standing, sitting and kneeling and our welcome team will guide you to your seat.


What about the children?
Children of all ages are very welcome. We have Sunday groups for children aged 4-11 that take place during the service and there is a creche area for children under 4 with toys and books at the back of church. Children aged 11 years and over are welcome to join Resonate and Deeper Connections that take place in the hall at St James’ Church each Sunday morning.


What about disabled access?
There is a wheelchair accessible entrance in the south side of the church. There is a hearing loop system for use during the services.