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St Paul's Church was opened in 1930, and is at the centre of the Parish of Nork, sign posted from the A2022.
The Church has a modern, prayerful feel, with the appearance of the inside of the hull of an ark.
The tradition of the Parish is Modern Catholic, balancing word and sacrament. The Parish Sunday Worship includes modern and traditional music and settings. Our Sunday worship is inclusive of Children and Young People, we have a thriving Junior Church and we serve fair-trade refreshments.
St Paul's is a part of the Banstead 5 Ecumenical Fellowship of local churches, who work together for mission and Christian fellowship.
St Paul's has undergone a programme of redecoration and lighting works and the interior of the church building now looks stunning. We now have a dedicated 'Junior Church Room' and are developing our mission among families and children. Longer-term we would like to develop our Church and Hall facilities. Our Church is exciting & prayerful, all Welcome!
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Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
|St Pauls Church is open 8:30am (for Morning Prayer) Monday - Friday every weekday until 5pm. St Pauls Church is usually open for visitors between and after Services on a Sunday. The church is only open at service times during the long school summer holiday.|
|www.backtochurch.com||St Pauls Church Hall, Warren Road, Nork. A Large Hall with kitchen and toilets including a disabled toilet and ramp. Also back room of hall (Youth Church Room)available for rent for small groups of 20 or less. For more information or rental of Hall and or Youth Church Room please contact Mrs Kathy Williams on 01737 356204. Thank you.|
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