Services are now being held in church, you are most welcome to join us at 4.30pm, either in person or via our You Tube channel.
What does this mean for St Paul’s?
We are continuing with our virtual Growth Groups for the time being. If you know of anyone who is not a part of a group, and who may be isolated, if you can reach out to them to offer support that would make a huge difference.
Sunday services are now being held at church and live streamed to our YouTube channel. You can also watch past services if you’ve missed any.
Children There will be a children’s slot during the online service.
Through the week There is also content going up during the week, including Morning Prayer on Tuesday, James is going through The Psalms on Thursdays and Songs of Praise on the first Wednesday of the month.
What about pastoral visits?
In circumstances where someone is self-isolating for their protection and a pastoral visit is thought to be necessary, visits can be made, ensuring rigorous health and hygiene practices and maintaining social distancing.
What about weddings and funerals?
Weddings are not permitted at this time.
What does this mean for the Church Hall?
All groups using the Church Hall have been informed that the hall is now closed until further notice. Please contact individual groups leaders for more information.
Is the church office still open?
The staff team are now in the office on Thursday and Friday from 9am to 3pm at the moment, hours will increase soon. If you need to contact the office, we have a new number, 01332 987550. Please leave a voicemail message if there is no answer. Alternatively, contact us via the office email.
We appreciate that this is a worrying time for many people. This season will be challenging for all of us, affording us the opportunity to grow in trust and dependence on God. We want our church family, and our wider community to know that we are with you and we will remain with you throughout this time. We will provide updates as they are available on this page, on Facebook, via email and on the church noticeboard.