The message from the Church of England during this season, which we fully endorse, is that Church is Changing but Church is not Closed.
As we enter into the new term (from Sunday 6th September) we'll be changing what we offer in terms of services.
Sundays at 8am - Holy Communion
These services will be held in our church building every week from 6th September. There is no need to book in, as we do not expect to be at capacity at 8am..
Sundays at 10am - Online Children's Service
Each week, our Children's team will provide a children's service aimed at those aged 3-8 on our new YouTube Kids channel - which you can find here. This will be available from 10am each Sunday.
Sundays at 10:30am - Online Streamed Service
Our Adult focussed Sunday morning service will stream live (and are available later) from church on Facebook (Click here) and Youtube (click here) but we'll also upload audio versions of the Sunday talks onto our usual talks section of this website.
Sundays at 6:30pm - Evening Service
Our evening service will restart from 6th September, in the building. Numbers will be limited, so we will ask you to book in online through the calendar on our website (here). We will livestream these services (although they will not be available to view afterwards). The music will not always be live, but the preaching (from Philippians) will be!
Wednesday at 11am - Midweek Service
Our midweek service (Wednesdays at 11am) will happen monthly. We will have a service of Holy Communion on Sept 23 & October 21. We hope that the midweek service will happen weekly from the end of October.
However we do it, here at St Paul's we always want to welcome people of all ages and backgrounds as we come to worship one God. Whether you are visiting us from another church or even thinking of coming to church for the first time, you are very welcome.
In "normal times" our Sunday services are normally at 8am, 10:30am and 6.30pm, with a Traditional Midweek Service on Wednesdays at 11am. We have kept this information below, but our services will not look quite like this until the guidance allows.