St Paul’s is a friendly evangelical church in the village of Little Eaton, Derbyshire. We welcome those who want to investigate Christianity and those who want to know how to keep on following Jesus.
St Paul’s is the Church of England Church in the village of Little Eaton, in Derbyshire.
We are a church that seeks to:
– honour God in all we do
– make Jesus known in our village
– build each other up in love
Welcome to St Paul’s Little Eaton.
We are a Church of England church in the village of Little Eaton, Derbyshire. We are in a united benefice with St Alkmund’s Duffield (website link)
You can find out more about us on this website, and you’d be very welcome to join us on Sundays at 4.30pm, either in person, or online – go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTHC9LYm7oj-O7JlJnTtBAw for our services.
If you want to get in touch with me, do use the link provided.
James Hughes (Vicar)
Our vision is that by God’s grace we will grow in number (primarily through conversion growth), and spiritually towards maturity in Christ, so that more people will become disciples of Christ; more people will grow into maturity in Christ and so become intentional and effective disciple-makers; and that the transforming power of the Gospel is evidenced in our church, community and surrounding area.
The characteristics of our vision have been to reach, teach, tend and send, and include a desire to reach all ages and all peoples of the parish through a welcoming, flexible and varied approach to presenting the Gospel; Gospel-fuelled discipleship; equipping every Christian to grow and serve, in the power of the Holy Spirit; and helping to advance the Kingdom of God in our community and beyond, including working together with other Gospel-centred churches to plant new churches.
St Paul’s is located on the corner of Vicarage Lane and Church Lane in Little Eaton, opposite St Peter’s Park. The Church Hall is 50m from the church up Vicarage Lane, opposite the general car park.
There is parking along Vicarage Lane, and there is a general car park opposite the Church Hall, off Vicarage Lane.