St Martin's & St Paul's
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St Martin's Church (postcode CT1 1PW) is located on the east side of North Holmes Road, close to the junction with Longport and St. Martin's Hill. It is about 10 minutes walk from Canterbury Cathedral. It is the oldest church in the English speaking world - still used each week for the purpose for which it was built, i.e. the worship of God. It forms part of the Canterbury World Heritage Site.
There is a service each Sunday morning at 9.00 am and on Thursdays at 12 noon, and you will be very welcome to join us.
The church is open for visiting at the following times:
St Paul's Church (postcode CT1 1NH) is located on the south side of Church Street (St. Pauls) close to the junction with Broad Street, which is part of Canterbury's inner ring road. It is about 5 minutes walk from Canterbury Cathedral. The Parish office and Hall, known as the Parish Centre, are immediately next to the church.
There is a Sung Eucharist services every Sunday morning at 10.30 am. On the second and fourth Sunday of each month, there is also a said Eucharist service at 8.00 am using traditional language. Until about March 2013, the services are being held in the adjoining Hall while the interior of the Church is upgraded.
The Parish Hall (postcode CT1 1NH), known as the Parish Centre, may be found also in Church Street (St Paul's) immediately next to the church on the east side. There are informal services each Monday morning at 9.30 am, Tuesday evenings at 7.30 pm.
The Parish Hall is available for hire. For further details, either contact Mrs Jackie Curd, the Hall Supervisor, on (01227) 452131 or email the parish office on office-at-martinpaul.org; you will need to change the -at- to an @ sign if you cut and paste this email address into your email browser.
Images of the exterior and the inside of the Parish Centre.
Updated 14 Jan 13