Church Life - Latest Information about our services 9th July

At St. Paul's we are delighted to be reopening our doors and welcoming you

for Communion on Wednesdays at 9:30 am and Sundays at 9:00 am

We have taken all the necessary safeguarding steps

to ensure that you have a safe and rewarding visit with us.

Please click here to see what will happen when you come to Church



What to expect when you come to Church

Acting on Advice from the Church of England this is what to expect when you come to Church.

It is advisable for you wear a covering over your nose and mouth.
Before entering the church, your temperature will be taken remotely by a steward and unfortunately, if it is higher than the government recommendation, you and any members of your household won’t be able to attend the service. We understand that this may be upsetting, but please help our stewards to keep you and the church family safe.

We are providing sanitizing gel and this must be applied on entering and leaving the church.
Please do not congregate at the entrance or in church, but move to your seats as directed.
Seating will be distanced, but of course, you may sit with other members of your household or anyone you have formed a bubble with.


Communion will be given in one kind only.

You will be ask
ed to keep a one metre distance whilst queuing and you will be required to use sanitising gel before receiving communion.

Unfortunately, at the end of the service it will not be possible to socialise in the church.

Toilet facilities will be available.

Please help our stewards, who have volunteered, to ensure that we can hold the service in safety and fellowship to the Glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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