On Saturday, 2nd October, there will be a wedding in St Martin's Church at 13.30. The church will be closed for visiting that day at 12.30 to prepare for the wedding. We apologise for any inconvenience.
The intimate nature of the church particularly lends itself to quiet, contemplative, forms of worship.
St. Paul’s is a 12th century church which was extended and greatly changed during the Victorian era. In 2013 it was reordered with new lighting, a sound and AV system, and fully flexible seating. This transformed space has enabled us to offer new and inspiring worship in the form of special services. It has also been used for concerts, conferences, barn dances, a tea party, and even a pantomime!
As a parish we hope we are known for our warm welcome and inclusive nature. St. Paul’s services usually include music enhanced by a robed choir and the enthusiastic participation of the congregation. The liturgical team includes a band of servers. We offer a younger and older Sunday School (known as Sunday Zone) every week, though once a month the older group remain in church to take a more active role in worship.