St Paul's Little Eaton
Life at St Paul's Church




Who Are We?

Our vision
We've spent some time thinking and praying about what we need to be aiming for over the next couple of years. If you would like to know more, can download our vision document.
St Paul's Vision Document

what is a christian?

A Christian is someone who has a living relationship with God because they accept Jesus' forgiveness and seek to live with him a their ruler.

If you would like to find out more about the message at the heart of the Christian faith by viewing a short on-screen presentation called ‘Two ways to live: the choice we all face’, click here.





St Paul's Values
Whether you are just looking at what goes on at St Paul's or just new to the area and looking for a church, we would like to welcome you personally to our church.


We believe the Gospel should be central to our church,  Our key aims are to: Teach, Tend, Reach, Send.

Gospel Centred

Because God is God he rightly deserves all honour, praise and glory - so everything at St Paul's is ultimately for His glory, and therefore His glorious gospel is central to all that we do.

Teach

We believe that God has uniquely revealed himself in the bible, and so, the bible is true and relevant for today. That means teaching the bible is an essential.

 

Reach

We long for others to find a relationship with God too - that they would find God's love and acceptance in Jesus.

 

Tend

Jesus commanded his followers to love, support and encourage each other, as we are built up as followers of Jesus, whatever circumstance we find ourselves in.

 

Send

Our conviction that Jesus came to rescue us isn't just limited to Little Eaton... but to all the world! God is God of the whole world,and so we want to encourage the work of spreading the good news of Jesus beyond our parish.

 

Prayer

Prayer is talking to God, bringing before him the work of the church and the needs of the world. Praying reminds us that we depend on God for all we do.

 






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