Online church

Morning prayer, Thursday 6th August

Night prayer, Wednesday 5th August

Principal service, Sunday 2nd August

Sunday fun with Jackie

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You can find the previous weeks' services, including all the online material for Holy Week and Easter, here.


If you know of someone without internet access, do please alert them to the 'Daily Hope' service, which offers something new every day. More information is available here.

daily hope


Information about online church

In light of the fact that public worship has now been suspended, St Paul's church has moved online for the foreseeable future.

On Monday to Fridays, I am posting pre-recorded videos of daily prayer, on the St Paul's Facebook page, in the morning at 8.30am, and then either in the evening, at about 4.00pm, or at night, at about 8.00pm. These recordings will be available on this page, and also on the St Paul's Facebook page. (We are at if you want to follow us there.)

The videos will be available for viewing until the next day, when they will be replaced.

In the morning, I will pray a service of spiritual communion, on a Monday, and then for the rest of the week, usually one of the standard Anglican offices. For the second service, I will either be praying evening prayer, or night prayer, otherwise known as compline. The words to spiritual communion can be found here, and the other services here.

On Sunday, I will streaming a service from my house, including all the things you would normally expect from a Sunday service - prayers, Bible readings, a full sermon and communion. That too will be available to watch after the event.

If you know of anyone who doesn't have internet access, and who might benefit from prayers or just a chat over the phone, email me (my address is at the bottom of each webpage) and we will see if we can work something out.

Please be assured that though the physical building of St Paul's is closed, the church and good Lord Himself are still very much open for business!

Rev Colin Fairweather

Assistant Curate