Welcome to St Paul’s Church

We are a family-friendly, inclusive parish church aiming to serve the local community and build relationships with people at different stages on their life’s journey. We are a lively, (increasingly more) international and ecumenical congregation catering for differing needs through worship and community.

Following the UK Government’s measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, our church building is closed and our public services of worship have been suspended. These regrettable steps are an essential part of the national effort against COVID-19.

Please read the pastoral letter from Revd Susan Bolen, Priest-in-Charge, to find out how our ministry and mission will continue during this challenging time.

You can still enjoy our Sunday 10 am Holy Communion service and daily Morning and Evening Prayers (at 9 am and 6 pm) online on our YouTube channel. Orders of Service and pew sheets to support worship can be found here. Recordings of our services are posted on our website under Videos of Online Services

A series of video homilies for Easter from The Rt Revd Dr Richard Cheetham, Bishop of Kingston, can be seen under Diocese of Southwark.

Our commitment to the community, of all faiths, is undiminished. If you are vulnerable, alone, or self-isolating and in need of support (e.g. shopping, a chat), please contact our Coronavirus Angels Help Line (click here) so that we can put you in touch with the help you need. For more about our activities, please go to news.

St. Paul’s Church, Parkside takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Further information can be found at Safeguarding.

We are a part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Southwark.

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                                                                                 St. Paul’s is a registered charity.