Holy Communion


St Paul's Church

All are welcome! 


A Message from Reverend Clare



We are delighted that we can reopen our church building for worship in person, and we welcome you to join us on Sunday mornings at 10am for a service of Holy Communion, prayers, music and reflection on the Bible. All are welcome!


During worship we ask you to follow Covid-19 guidelines by remaining socially distanced using the seating set out, wearing a mask at all times (unless you are exempt), sanitising your hands and completing the track and trace app or information. We are pleased to be able to gather in person and we want to do all we can to ensure the safety and health of those in our community. 

You can find regular updates about worship and prayer support via Facebook or TwitterTo sustain your spiritual life at home you may wish to use these prayers and reflections on the Church of England Daily Prayer page


We continue to pray for all in our parish and city, especially those in hospital or at home, for the NHS and hospital chaplains responding to the crisis, for our schools and colleges as they return to in-person teaching, and for our nation and government at this challenging time. 


May we seek the light of Christ and recognise Christ's presence among us as the gift of love given for our health and salvation.  

On Wednesdays we continue the work of FoodCycle Marylebone delivering food to individuals and families in our community. If you would like to volunteer with FoodCycle Marylebone please sign up on the FoodCycle website. Over the spring we hope to return to a programme of cooking a weekly vegetarian meal which will be collected from the church by guests signed up on our guest list. If you would find it helpful to collect a meal once a week please do contact our Food and Wellbeing Officer, Bill Miller, by email or phone and leave your contact details. 

Please pray for us as we pray for you

'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength ... Love your neighbour as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these.'