Places of worship are open for services.

We are excited that we can still meet as the body of Christ to worship together.  Please follow all guidance and risk assessments as you attend services.


8 am BCP (Book of Common Prayer) Holy Communion will be in the VCR.

Please enter the VCR (Church room) from door in the car park only.

10.15 am service will be in Church.  This service will be live-streamed on YouTube, so those unable to attend can join in at home.

Please enter through the main doors of Church, following any queuing markers.

18.30 pm Evening service will be in Church.

Join us for an informal service of worship, prayer, testimonies, and using the gifts of the Spirit.

Please note, there is NO evening service on Sunday 12th December.

If you would like further information about any of services or other events happening here at St Paul's, please contact the Church Office for more details: or on 01689 850697


On Wednesdays we are open for 12pm Holy Communion.

This service is happening in Church.  Please enter through the main doors of Church.


There are now no restrictions on meeting together, so let's join together and worship our God!  See below on how we are keeping everyone safe.

    • Face masks are now required in places of worship, so please bring and wear your own.
    • The Church (and VCR for 8am service) will continue to be well ventilated with windows open.
    • Please sanitise hands on arrival.
    • The Gallery and back row/s of Church will be a no singing area with mandatory mask wearing for those who wish to sit here and be distanced from those singing.
    • We recommend leaving one or two chairs between family groups in rows.  If you would like to sit with others, please ask first before sitting next to them!


We recognise though that some may still be unable to attend at this time, so please continue to watch services online or listen to the sermon on the phone (see here for more info about Dial-a-Sermon).


Services begin at 10.15 am on Sundays. Please arrive between 9.55 am-10.10 am, to allow time to be seated and ready for the service to begin at 10.15 am.

1st and 3rd Sundays will be Holy Communion, 2nd Sunday will be All Age, 4th and 5th Sundays will be Morning Worship.  Children and youth will start in the service before leaving at the appropriate time for their own groups, apart from 2nd Sunday when everyone will remain together.

When services are Holy Communion, it will be done in line with Church of England guidelines. Receiving Communion is up to the individual and wafers will continue to be intincted at this time.

Congregational singing is now allowed!  So let's lift our voices together at Church and online as we worship our God.

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