** CORONAVIRUS LATEST **
again for Sunday Worship at 10.30am
however, that these arrangements may
be subject to change at short notice.
Please arrive early to sanitise, Test & Trace register and be seated.
Facemasks are to be worn by all, except for children under 11 years old or any who have a medical reason.
Social distancing of 2 metres to be followed by all.
Wash hands and/or use sanitiser stations on entering and leaving the building.
Sides persons will direct you to your seats.
There will be no singing.
Children will be welcome, but will need to be supervised by their parents/carers at ALL times.
There will be no refreshments - you can bring your own drink if needed.
We will not be able to socialise in the building or outside in the Church grounds, either before or after the service.
We have lots of information here about our character as a Christian church and the kinds of things we get up to, during the week, as well as on Sundays. St Paul’s is a thriving, modern, evangelical Anglican church. There are many ways in which we serve the community and witness to God’s love. We’d really like to share some of that with you here, so please do explore and enjoy.
Future Event to note at St. Paul’s
True Direction's Christingle Service 2020
St Paul's Church began meeting in a corrugated iron building in East Street in 1913 as a mission church to the expanding area of East Braintree. The land where the present church building stands was acquired in 1952, but it was not until October 1969 that the present building was opened as a church centre. During this period, St Paul's was part of the parish of St Michael's. In 1992, the new parish of St Paul's, Braintree came into being.
Our vision is to be at the heart of the community, revealing the heart of God.
To help us achieve this vision, we aim to:
- create a warm welcome and sense of belonging to God's family through invitation, inclusion and involvement;
- put God at the centre of everything we do, keeping our faith and trust in Him;
- love our neighbour and show God's love to people;
- acknowledge and grow our God-given gifts in order that we may serve the community and give generously;
- grow faith in the love and truth of God through prayer, reading the Bible and spending time together;
- be open, truthful and honest, and act with integrity.
We are committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. St Paul's PCC has adopted the Church of England's policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England's website here. Our parish safeguarding officer can be contacted here.