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Your first visit to St Paul’s

We delight in welcoming visitors to St Paul's and would love to see you. We invite you to 'come as you are', and we take pride in accepting everyone into our community.

There is no need to consider yourself a Christian before visiting us, or to be particularly 'religious'. There are no perfect people at St Paul's! We are all journeying together to learn more about God, to experience his love, to grow in faith and to be gradually transformed into the fulfilled men and women he created us to be. 

Now the practical details; Our 10am morning service, with a range of age specific activities for children lasts for about 90 minutes, after which you're welcome to join us for tea and coffee in what we call 'Main Street', the central area within St Paul's. On the second Sunday of the month at 11:40am, we also have a one-hour communion service. Our evening service, the 6:30@StPauls, uses more modern songs and musical styles, with a break for tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cakes before the talk. It includes FUEL, a separate teaching stream for 11-18 year olds. 

People tend to dress informally. There's a car park at St Paul's but it is of limited size in relation to the numbers who attend church and most people tend to park on Nonsuch Walk, which runs both sides of Cheam Road, or on Northey Avenue.

We look forward to seeing you.
 

Further information

If there's anything you'd like to know before coming to a service, please email Ann McIntyre in the Parish Office.