St Paul's Invitation copy

A very warm welcome to all our on-line visitors. We hope you enjoy what you find here.

We are now in Year A of our Lectionary for 2016-7.

Our daily readings this week are from
those set for Epiphany 6.

We will be keeping Thinking Day on Sunday 19th February.
Jon Searle will be helping us think through the well known hymn,
'Will you come and follow me?' (Graham Maule / John Bell)

Please see here for all other services information.

St Paul’s is open, friendly and welcoming to all age groups (whether regular churchgoers or if you're simply inquisitive about who we are and what we do.)

We are excited about the ways in which God is calling us to grow as a community, for the community. Our aim is to express our deep appreciation of both the spoken and sacramental Word with a lightness of touch and a smile. We are actively discerning God's particular Mission of love within our community that will lead us onwards and outwards into the world.

Sundays

8:30am Holy Communion, a quiet early morning Eucharist.
11am Sung Eucharist
Children are equally welcome to stay in church during the service or go to the Meeting Room for Sunday School and everyone is particularly invited to stay together during our 3rd Sunday ‘Whole Church’ services.
N.B. Pilgrim Study course during Sunday lunchtimes during Lent. All welcome to any or all of the sessions.

We predominantly use the 1982 Liturgy on Sunday mornings but create experimental devotion for special events throughout the year. If you would like to give us a try, we look forward to meeting and greeting you and hope that you might enjoy becoming part of this faithful family of Christ.

Mondays and Wednesdays

8:00am Morning Prayer, said quietly in the side chapel. All very welcome.

Tuesdays

11.00am Holy Communion

(1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month)

12.30pm Lunch, Meditative Reflection and Holy Communion from the Reserved Sacrament.
All baptised Christians are welcome to receive Communion.

Thursdays

3.30pm – 4.30pm The Rector is in the Church Office (in the old black tin hall) if you would like to see a member of the clergy for any reason.