Saint Paul, Burton-on-Trent

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PLEASE NOTE: Saint Aidan's, Saint Modwen's and Saint Paul's will be without a Vicar from 14 April 2013 following Father Paul's move to the Diocese of Rochester. During the interregnum this site will not be updated as regularly, and it may take a while to answer emails. Saint Aidan's and Saint Paul's Sunday 8.00am Eucharists will also be suspended until a new priest is appointed, as will Saint Modwen's evening service. Interim contact details can be found elsewhere on these pages.

 

LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

1.  Quiz Sheet "Who's Hue?", available now.  To get your copy contact either Mike Mear 01283 544652 or John Woolley 01283 532748.  

2.  Silent Auction - Saturday, 24th November in the  Church Hall.  10am - 2pm.  Highest bidder wins!  Viewing lots on offer Friday 23rd November 6pm-8pm.

3.  Christmas Fair, Saturday 7th December at 12 noon.

4.  Carols by Candlelight, Thursday, 19th December at 7.30pm with the Tutbury Band

5.  Christmas Services:  Christmas Eve - The First Mass of Christmas at 8pm.  Christmas Day - Sung Eucharist at 9.30am 

 

The grace and peace of God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ be with you!

You can find us in Saint Paul's Square, adjacent to the Town Hall, and a short walk from Burton-on-Trent railway station. Our 123' tower is one of the tallest buildings in Burton, and clearly visible from the passing A38 trunk road. Burton, in the English County of Staffordshire, is historically Britain's brewing capital, and legend has it that the first Lord Burton (of the Bass brewing family), who built Saint Paul's, secretly hoped it would become a cathedral when Burton was made a city – alas, neither event happened!

Today we are a small, family-oriented congregation, in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England. That means our principal form of worship is the Eucharist (also called the Mass or Holy Communion), and is celebrated with traditional ceremonial and music. This is because we believe that when we read the scriptures and share the consecrated bread and wine as Jesus commanded his followers to do, he is still with us in a special way. In addition to our regular services we have periodic social events and special courses, and our hall provides a home for a variety of community programmes, including Brownies, Yoga, and a mothers & toddlers group. The church is also usually open for visitors Mondays to Fridays between 12.00 noon and 2.00 p.m.

Since 1 November 2005, Saint Paul’s has been part of the newly-created Parish of Saint Aidan and Saint Paul, formed by the merger of Saint Paul’s Parish with the former parish of Saint Aidan, Shobnall. A parish is a geographical district served by one or more churches; you will normally need to live in the parish, or have a qualifying connection with one of the churches, if you wish to arrange a baptism (christening) or wedding in a particular church. If that is why you are visiting this site, or for any other information, you can contact the Vicar, Father Paul Farthing through this website. You can learn more about Saint Aidan’s by following the link on this page. Father Paul is also Vicar of Saint Modwen's, Burton Parish Church.

Historic records for Saint Paul's have been deposited at Staffordshire Record Office, where they are available for consultation by the public. These consist of the parish registers of baptisms 1874-1967, marriages 1874-1977 and banns of marriage 1892-1946 and 1973-1983. More recent records remain with the church. Please contact the record office in the first instance about records from these periods.

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Saint Paul's Church
c/o The Vicarage
Rangemore Street
Burton-on-Trent
DE14 2ED
Tel: 01283 532748 (Churchwarden)
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Sunday

Sung Eucharist
Every Sunday at 9:30 AM
Coffee Incense Common Worship
Evensong
October to July only.
Every first Sunday at 6:00 PM
Common Worship

Tuesday

Eucharist
Every Tuesday at 9:30 AM
Common Worship
Church Open for visitors
An opportunity to drop in and look round
Every Tuesday at 12:00 PM for 2 hours
Seniors Friendship Club
Meeting dates can change at short notice. Please check weekly notice sheet.
Every second Tuesday at 2:15 PM

Wednesday

Mums & Toddlers Group
Staffordshire term time only. Cost £1 per session.
Wednesday at 9:30 AM for 1½ hours
Family Friendly
Church Open for visitors
An opportunity to drop in and look round
Every Wednesday at 12:00 PM for 2 hours
Yoga Class
Hatha Yoga classes for mixed ability, cost £3.50 per session. Please bring a blanket. 6.00pm to 7.15pm. Information 01530 260627 or 01283 532748.
Wednesday at 6:00 PM for 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Thursday

Church Open for visitors
An opportunity to drop in and look round
Every Thursday at 12:00 PM for 2 hours

Friday

Church Open for visitors
An opportunity to drop in and look round
Every Friday at 12:00 PM for 2 hours
Eucharist
The Rosary precedes this Mass on the first Friday of the month.
Every Friday at 12:30 PM
Common Worship

Saturday

Eucharist
Every Saturday at 9:30 AM
Common Worship
Regular Choir Grade 2* Listed Building Tower Floodlighting Stained glass Guidebooks / notes Organ Church Open Wheelchair Access / Ramp Wheelchair accessible toilets Large Print Hymnbooks / Orders of Service Toilets
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Church open most weekdays mid-morning to mid-afternoon.

Nurture Courses

 
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The Revd Peter Joseph ORTON
237 Wetmore Road
Burton-on-Trent
(01283) 537574
A Church Near You ID: 4195
Diocesan ID: 20/436
Built: 1874
Architect: David Slade
Style of worship: Traditional Catholic
Our Patron: Lord Burton and Bishop of Lichfield (joint)
Archdeaconry: STOKE-ON-TRENT (202)
Deanery: TUTBURY (20210)
Benefice: St Aidan & St Paul Burton (20/066BJ)
Parish Legal Name: St. Aidan and St Paul Burton (200447 20/447)
CofE Church Info: (620436 20/436)
Short URL: acny.co.uk/4195/
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The current editor is: Paul Farthing

 
 
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