Facilities and features
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We have a fully accessible toilet situated just by the main door of the Church, in the Tower.
Baby changing facilities are available in the toilet.
There is ample parking on the Church drive. If the drive is full, there may be further parking behind the Church.
The Church toilet is fully accessible with ample wheelchair access.
There is a defibrillator on site at the Church Club bowling green behind the church.
St Paul's is a Grade 2 listed building.
Music and Worship
We have a full peal of eight bells, which are regularly rung for services.
We occasionally host concerts for local choirs and bands in Church. For further information on using St Paul's in this way, please contact Fr David.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Our Youth Group meets monthly, on a a Friday evening. See the Events link for further information.
We run regular nurture courses in the Autumn term; in recent years, these have followed one of the Pilgrim Courses. During Lent, we have a regular Lent Study Group, which recently has focussed on popular films. The course for 2019 follows the book by Rachel Mann, From Now On, based on the film The Greatest Showman.
Coffee is served after both Sunday Services at the back of Church; there is also coffee served at Beehive in the Church Club (behind the Church) after the Wednesday Morning Mass.
St Paul's has a regular Messy Church Congregation, which meets on the Third Sunday of each month, from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm. All are welcome.
We run a regular Pilgrim Course, during the autumn each year, on Thursday evenings in the Vicarage.
Stay and Play meets on Tuesday mornings during term-time from 9.30-11.30 am.
Help for Visitors
St Paul's is open to visitors from 9.00 am until 5.00 pm Sunday to Friday. All are welcome to pop in for quiet reflection or private prayer, or simply to visit the building.