All are welcome to our services:
The church is equipped with an induction loop for those who are hard of hearing.
There are large print service books for those who need them.
The service books are clearly laid out and easy to follow.
The church is accessible by people in wheelchairs, and by prams, via a ramp.
The church is equipped with modern toilets, including baby-changing facilities and a disabled toilet.
There is a team of sidespeople on hand to assist anyone who needs help.
You can find a list of services coming up on the diary page of this website.
On a Sunday morning the main service is usually Holy Communion. It starts at 10 am and lasts just over an hour. The congregation is accompanied by choir and organist.
As you can see we have a very diverse congregation - all are made welcome!
After the service, refreshments are served in the community room.
There is a Sunday School and provision for younger children.
But on the first Sunday of the month, there is an all-age Parade Service. And during Holidays and at Half-Term the service is also more child-friendly.
More details about Church Services can be found in the Church Diary.
On the right you can see a picture of St. Paul's Choir. Sadly Grace was not here on the day the photograph was taken.
You can also see Bev and Peter from St. Thomas' choir in the picture. The choirs from St. Paul's and St. Thomas' like to sing together when they get the chance.
The photograph also includes a rare picture of Eric the organist and choir master!
The choir is only wears tinsel at Christmas! Many members of the choir also put on a show for the Parish on the first weekend in February.
Choir members range in age from roughly 18 to 80. If you'd like to join, please contact the Choirmaster for an audition.