Children, Families, Students
Our aim at St Paul's is to enable everyone, and perhaps most especially our children and young people, to identify their spirituality, explore issues of faith, and make sense of the world around them.
Sunday groups for children and young people are held during the morning service (term time only).
Sparklers for 0 - 4 years
Bouncers for 4 - 7 years
Confused for 7 - 11 & 11-16 years
These provide a variety of age-appropriate activities and the opportunity to develop friendships and a sense of community.
A comfortable area in the church is set aside for very young children who wish to remain in the service and their parents.
Extra activities are organised by our youth worker, Laura Scott. She can be contacted on email@example.com
Mondays 10 - 11.45am (term time only)
Alongside variety of fun activities for babies and toddlers, there is time for rhymes, stories and singing while parents and carers can chat and enjoy a cup of coffee. Contact Julia Evans or Elaine Hope for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
For children of all ages (accompanied by an adult), Messy Church happens roughly every six weeks and is an opportunity to learn more about God and the Christian faith by celebrating the churches seasons and festivals. It is a friendly and fun time for creative and often messy (the clue is in the title!) activities.
Sunday Celebration Services
These take place six times a year and are 'all age' services which celebrate the church seasons and festivals. They have a more informal format and include creative and reflective activities suitable for children, young people and adults, discussion, and the opportunity to make use of the chapel for quiet reflection.
Young Adults & Students
In addition to young adults being involved in worship, community meals, social action, and community outreach, we also have activities especially for 18 - 35 year olds, including films, discussions, games nights and arts events. Contact email@example.com