• Special services & Celebrations

    St. Paul's is anAnglican Church in the heart of Cambridge, serving local people. We are an inclusive & informal community who seek to make connections within ourselves, with other people
    & with God.

  • LIFE EVENTS

    BAPTISMS, THANKSGIVINGS, WEDDINGS, BLESSINGS,

    FUNERALS, MEMORIAL SERVICES

      

    We would love to support you in the special and significant times in your life. There are different times in life when we feel particularly drawn to God and to the church, sometimes in joy and sometimes in sorrow. There is always a lot to talk and think about around these events and we are here to help in this process. Please contact us, (vicar@stpaulscambridge.org.uk) and one of our ministry team will be in touch with you.

    Wedding Venue Enquiries

    Jenny Cavallo office@stpaulscambridge.org.uk

     

    For information about baptism, confirmation and marriage certificates www.elydiocesanregistry.co.uk

     

     

     

    Celebrating the Seasons:

    This is an informal, family friendly, Sunday morning service with a mixture of elements including, song, prayer, reflection and creative and reflective activities. There are around 5 services throughout the year and details of these are found in Family News and on the Home page of the web site. As the title suggests they tend to celebrate the seasonal and liturgical times in the year, All Saints, Harvest, Advent, St. Paul's Day, Easter etc.

    St George's Court Care Home

    St. George's Court Care Home is just a stones throw from the church. Some of the residents, with and without help, come and gather with us at our Sunday Morning service. Alongside this Christina Barry LLM, with a small team, hold a Sunday evening service each month.

    Messy Church

    Messy Church is held once or twice a term usually on a Saturday morning and, as with Celebrating the Seasons, focuses on the church seasons. The church building lends itself to this event providing a big open space for a variety of fun activities and another space to enjoy lunch together. We welcome between 30 and 60 children with their parents and enjoy a messy, creative, and reflective time together. It is advertised through posters, on the web site and in Family News.